Sonotrodes, boosters and transducers

Made in our machine shop. Customisable in aluminium, titanium and steel

The equipment is the result of our extensive experience in various application areas.

We offer a wide selection of sonotrodes which are adapted, depending on the different applications, to your requirements.

Using theFinite Element Analysis (FEA)we analyse the critical factors for designing equipment with the best possible combination of acoustic and mechanical properties.

Each Sonomax sonotrode - whether standard or customised - is made of materials of the highest qualitydesigned and fine-tuned to meet the most exacting standards.

Ultrasonic welding sonotrodes

The 20-30-40 kHz sonotrodes in aluminium or titanium are manufactured using the most advanced techniques in our machine shop.

For most applications requiring ultrasonic equipment, standard sonotrodes (available from stock) can be used without modification.

They are available in the following configurations: step, catenoidal, exponential, rectangular or bar-shaped, circular (solid or hollow), as well as sonotrodes with threaded or compound tips and made in different shapes and widths.

It is also possible to make various types of aluminium and titanium sonotrodes to suit specific requirements, in various sizes and with different treatments or coatings (tungsten carbide, tefloning).

It is also possible to design sonotrodes by following the parts in contact with the part to be welded or from a drawing developed with technical drawing software such as Solid Works, Autocad or similar.

Ultrasonic welding booster

We have a wide range of models with different frequencies, powers and gear ratios made of aluminium and titanium.

Boosters are acoustically calibrated elements that allow mechanical amplification of the ultrasonic signal in applications where a higher amplitude is required to achieve optimal welding.

They are used to achieve perfect amplitude adjustment between the ultrasonic transducer and the ultrasonic sonotrode.

Piezoelectric transducers

The transducers range from a variety of frequencies (20-30-40 kHz) and powers (250-2500W) and are designed and manufactured using advanced measurement equipment.

Transducers, also called converters or emitters, are special and very important elements of ultrasound technology.
 
The role of the transducer is to transform the electrical energy supplied by the ultrasound generator into mechanical vibration energy through piezoelectric elements with different chemical and physical properties.

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