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Rotary Dual Head High Frequency Tear-Seal Welding Machine for Blister pack

Rotary Dual Head High Frequency Tear-Seal Welding Machine for Blister pack


double blister package




Materials:

PVC (and materials contains PVC more than 10%), PET, PETG, APET, GAG, PU, TPU, EVA and cardboard  

Products:

Toothbrush, Battery, Stationery, Food, Medical Instruments, Toys, Small hardware, Electronics parts and finished products, Automotive parts, Household applications, Cosmetics, healthcare and medical products,  and other cardboard and plastic blister package, Such as Injector, Solid plastic, Model Vehicle, Clipper, Flashlight, Battery, Spark Ignition Plug, Lipstick, Coat Hook, Cleaning Balls, Razors, Correction Fluid, Pencil and the like.


  1. Hongwei Special automatic tracking device with power change keeps same standard for each product, this help Save 15-20% power consumption compared with similar machine made by other manufacturer.
  2. High Q-value oscillation loop design, Low power consumption stable and reliable output
  3. Imported Cube HF oscillator system, Powerful output
  4. Imported “5557” or “2D21” High sensitive Anti-spark device protects mould
  5. High efficiency Push-plate design
  6. Pneumatically-driven
  7. 3 or 4 mould tray on a rotary table
  8. Cylinder Propping location device ensures precise plate position



Model

HW-BP12K2R

HW-BP15K2R

Power Consumption

12KW

15 KW

Power Supply

380 V

380 V

Input Power

12 KVA

12 KVA

Rectifier

Silicon Diode

Silicon Diode

Oscillator Tube

7T85RB

7T69RB

Max. Pressure

650 Kg

750 Kg

Max. Gap between Electrodes

250 mm

250 mm

Welding Head Travel

175 mm

175 mm

Plate Size

400 X 600 mm

600 X 800 mm

Time Adjustment

0~10 S ( Adjustable)

0~10 S ( Adjustable)

Dimensions

2500 X 2500 X 1900 mm

2500 X 2500 X 1900 mm

Net Weight

800 Kg

800 Kg


Radio frequency welding or (high frequency welding) is the process of bonding together materials through the use of electromagnetic energy. Two electrodes create an oscillating electric field that begins to shift and move polar molecules within the materials in order to orient themselves in accordance with the electromagnetic field. The movement of these molecules releases energy in the form of heat. When enough energy is applied, the molecules begin to melt and bond to one another. No external heat is applied. The weld is completed by applying pressure to the bonded area, ensuring a successful seal.

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