Ultrasonic horns and its accompanying fixtures, parts and components are pre-manufactured and custom built. The widely used branson ultrasonic horn is used for different processing and manufacturing purposes, namely; textile cutting, degassing, debubbling, material sieving and sealing work. Ultrasonic horns and sonotrodes are prepared from a range of materials with the designed intention being for ultrasonic food cutting processes, food processing work and liquid processing. The horns are also used for the welding of metal and plastic.
Materials used in the preparation and manufacturing of ultrasonic horns vary far and wide as well. Materials used range from aluminum to steel. Titanium and hardened steel, as well as CPM10V will also be utilized, depending on clients’ application requirements. Where old horns have seen its day and need to be replaced in entirety, new horns can be replicated in exact fashion, taking care of part composition, welding areas and amplitude, as required. Worn horns that still have a chance of prolonged life can be resurfaced and retuned.
Regular maintenance work to ultrasonic horns comes recommended. Horns, boosters and converters will be tested in unison. Clients who are uncertain of the way forward benefit from expert recommendations on newly proposed assembly designs and best processes for assemblage. Clients with budgetary constraints can take up the option of purchasing used equipment. Apart from the horns, branson converters and transducers are also being prepared within a range of 10kHz to 40kHz.
Standard to heavy duty dukane converters and transducers range from 15kHz to 40kHz. Long before physical contact is made for the purposes of repair, maintenance and new production work, product information is always made available to the discerning client at the source or online. Online, detailed demos can show you how all processing and manufacturing work unfolds.