- Trademark: Keber
- Origin: Suzhou
- Transport Package: Wooden Case, Water Proof Cloth
- HS Code: 8515800090
Infrared welding is a relatively new welding technique used for the many challenging materials and large part
Assembly with high strength and hermetic requirements.
During the Infrared welding, both part halves are held rigidly in position near an infrared emitting platen to melt
The joining surfaces. The platen is removed and the part halves driven together and allowed to re-solidify under
It's very similar as the hot plate welder, but the difference is infrared welder use non-connect heat manner, the
Welding surface will be better than hot plate.
Vertical or horizontal platen configurations are available. From manually loaded and unloaded machines to semi and
Fully automated in-line systems, KEBER offers the widest array of standard products designed to accommodate a most
Infrared Weld Strength:
As with the hot plate welding process, infrared welding produces a welded joint which, in many cases, yields a weld strength that is consistently equal to or stronger than any other area of the part. As a result, the weld area can most often be exposed to the same strains and stresses as any other area of the part.
Common Infrared Welded Materials
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS-Cycolac)
PolyOxy-Methylene (POM-Acetal & Delrin)
PolyAmide (PA-Nylon & Zytel)
PolyButylene Terephthalate (PBT-Valox & Enduran)
PolyEthylene Terephthalate (PET-Polyester)
PolyMethyl MethAcrylate (PMMA-Acrylic & Lucite)
PolyPhenylene Oxide (PPO-Noryl)
PolyPhenylene Sulfide (PPS-Ryton)
Thermo-Plastic Elastomers (TPE-Santoprene)
A variety of successfully realized applications in the automotive, electrical, medical and household appliance
Sectors clearly demonstrates the following benefits: Infrared welding with medium-wave metal-foil emitters is an
Excellent solution for reliable production of welded plastic parts and achieving accurate, particle-free joints
with a high mechanical load capacity. Especially suitable are moldings made of polyolefins (PP, PE), technical
Polymers or synthetic materials with an amorphous and semi-crystalline structure as well as high-temperature
Thermoplastics. This is innovative process technology meeting current market trends towards polymers with
Functional fillers of low viscosity as well as towards constantly increasing customer demands for cleanliness and
The optical aspects of the weld seams.