Applications

High frequency welding is a process of joining materials which, thanks to an intense production of heat created by the high frequency of the HF radio waves and a discrete pressure, allows the ends of the components to be joined to melt, ensuring in this the durability and precision of the workmanship.

The high frequency technology can be applied on different materials, synthetics, PVC, PU, ​​polyester and / or coupled leathers. The sectors we address in which this process can be used are many: from footwear to clothing, from motoring to paper converting, to the production of packaging and display blisters, from the orthopedic-medical sector to the production of products for early childhood and for school, sports and leisure products.

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