What is hot wedge welding?
Hot wedge welding is a plastic welding technique that uses a heated wedge to soften and join thermoplastic materials. The process involves two pieces of material being brought together while a heated wedge is inserted between them, softening the plastic. As the wedge is removed, the softened plastic surfaces fuse together, creating a strong and seamless bond. This welding method is commonly used for joining large pieces of plastic materials such as geomembranes, fabric, or other types of thermoplastics.
What is a wedge welder?
A wedge welder is a machine used for hot wedge welding, a plastic welding technique that uses a heated wedge to soften and join thermoplastic materials. The wedge welder applies heat and pressure to two pieces of material, allowing them to be joined together to create a strong, seamless bond. This welding method is commonly used in the fabrication of plastic products, such as geomembranes, fabrics, and other thermoplastic materials.
what is hot wedge welding machine used for
A hot wedge welding machine is used to join thermoplastic materials by using heat and pressure to create a strong, seamless bond. It is commonly used in the fabrication of plastic products such as banners, tarpaulins, billboards, and other large format applications. The machine applies a heated wedge to the materials, softening them and allowing them to be joined together. This welding technique is efficient and produces durable, high-quality seams, making it suitable for various industrial and commercial applications.
The welding machine adopts the hot-wedge structure, which is small in size and light in weight. It is suitable for welding all hot-melt materials such as HDPE, LDPE, PVC, EVA, ECB, PP, etc. The product is used in tunnels, subways, water conservancy, farming, Waterproof and anti-seepage projects in landfills, chemical mining, sewage treatment, roof construction and other fields.
Small orders accepted.
To meet small batch customized services.
To meet the voltage requirements of 120V and 230V different countries and EU standard, US standard, UK standard plug requirements.
800W is the standard power, especially suitable for the welding of materials with the thickness of less than 0.8mm.
1100W is the strengthening power, especially suitable for the welding of materials with the thickness of more than 0.8mm. With the same welding quality, the speed is faster and the efficiency is higher.
The product is delivered with an additional maintenance spare parts package, including maintenance tools, Fuses, Spare Hot wedge and Press wheels.
Post time: Jan-26-2024