Herrmann Ultraschall is a world leader in ultrasonic welding with five decades of expertise. With our 360 ° ULTRASONIC ENGINEERING we offer customer-specific support from concept to production and after-sales support. For our customers we are both consultants and solution providers for welding projects. Through our global network, we have ultrasonic laboratories in 20 countries to support you locally.
Ultrasonic welding is joining without gluing, screwing or heat input from outside. As an economical production process with fast cycle times, it offers high process control and reproducible quality. We offer suitable platforms for a variety of applications:
- Ultrasonic welding systems for thermoplastic parts
- Ultrasonic sealing systems for packaging
- Ultrasonic joining systems for nonwovens and foils
- Ultrasonic welding systems for non-ferrous metals like aluminum and copper
Our ultrasonic technology is used in many industries, such as medical, automotive, packaging, hygiene and energy storage. Our state-of-the-art machines and systems meet all the requirements of modern Industry 4.0 production, whether manual workstation or automation, and thus stand for high efficiency and sustainability.
Ultrasonics can be used for welding, reforming, riveting, swaging, and embedding. It is a fast and economical joining method for thermoplastics. The technology is used for automotive parts, household goods, electronic articles, and medical products. The advantages of the ultrasonic process over mechanical and other thermal processes are:
- Fast process times
- Low energy consumption
- Tools stay cold
- Good process control
- High reproducibility
- Clean optics
- No consumables
To solve various joining tasks, we offer both manual bench top machines and ultrasonic systems for automation. Options such as sound enclosures, allow a flexible adaptation to every customer need. Our precision ultrasonic tools are set in motion by powerful, fully digital generators up to 6400 watts. The modern control software allows a versatile configuration of the weld process and a complete control of the process. Standardized protocols enable direct communication with higher-level systems.