Industries That Use Radio Frequency Welding

Radio Frequency (RF) welding/sealing consists of a technology that has been widely used for over 60 years. Learn more about the different industry applications made possible with MarkPeri radio frequency welding equipment.

 

Medical Applications

medical industries that use rf frequency weldingMedical RF welding services create the following types of products:

  • Containment bags for intravenous drugs, blood and saline
  • Pressure cuffs for blood pressure machines
  • Mattress covers that prevent contamination
  • Oxygen bags
  • Dust covers
  • Bags for storing and keeping medical tools sterile

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Military Applications

military application for welding
Military operations require the use of products that have strong, durable seams and reliability. With the use of military RF welding equipment and materials that can be similar or a combination of different materials, the products have the ability to resist tears and pressure points, prevent the leakage of fluids and gases or resist extreme variances in hot and cold temperatures. The military applications of RF welding include:

  • Fuel tanks
  • Water tanks
  • Inflatable bladders for liquid or gas
  • Hazmat or containment systems
  • Weatherproof covers for weapons and vehicles
  • Submersible weapons containment bags
  • Pre-conditioned air hoses for aircraft

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Automotive Industry

automotive weldingThe automotive industry has assimilated radio frequency welding into its manufacturing process for a variety of products, including mechanic work stations, spray paint booths for workers, car wash curtain walls and other products with strong seams. These seams can withstand the rigors of day-to-day use for a broad range of applications in this environment, which makes using automotive RF welding machines an attractive option. Easy cleaning of the seams contributes to indoor air quality by reducing mold build-up on the seams.

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Recreational Applications

recreational uses for rf weldingSimilar to other industries, companies in the recreational field can benefit from the versatility offered by RF welding, whether for indoor or outdoor applications. A few good examples of radio frequency welding uses for recreational applications are the huge vinyl curtains used in indoor tennis in schools, gymnasium and sporting complexes, park districts and country club facilities. These products separate courts and playing fields, protect people from fast-moving balls and objects, cordon off baseball batting cages and block the wind and other elements.

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About
RF Welding

Radio Frequency (RF) welding/sealing consists of a technology that has been widely used for over 60 years. RF welding describes a bonding process used by manufacturers of flexible products where the specifications require the fabrication of an item from two or more pieces of plastic materials by fusing the materials together. RF welding requires the use of polar molecularly structured materials. During the RF welding process, the energy causes the molecules to “scramble” at a level that is deep enough to make the molecules from one layer of material co-mingle with the molecules from a previously independent layer of material. The process creates a quality, durable, airtight and leak-proof seam.

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