The Hot plate welding technologyThe simplest and intuitive welding system existing to date
How it works
The hot plate, working at a higher temperature
than the material point of fusion, is closed in between the two elements to be welded.
After a certain heating time
(required for the surfaces melting), the hot plate is quickly removed and upper and lower tools are pressed one against the other, welding the plastic components and creating welding flash.
NEW TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS
CEMAS solved the issue related to the adhesion of molten material to the plate walls by applying on it a non-stick coating, called Teflon
, or by constructing plates in steel or special bronze alloy
and by increasing their temperature
In this way the residual material on the plate is vaporized, leaving it always clean.
To ensure an optimal welding process, it's also possible to set the melting parameters: heating time, cooling time, heating depth, cooling depth, heating pressure, cooling pressure.