(August 4, 2011 - Newtown, CT USA) Manufacturing ultrasonic equipment since 1969, Sonics & Materials, Inc. now showcases a variety of leading ultrasonic technologies in videos on their YouTube channel.
Videos of ultrasonic liquid processing, ultrasonic plastics welding and ultrasonic metal welding are available for viewing on YouTube at www.youtube.com/SonicsMaterials.
Liquid processing videos include a high volume probe designed for dispersion and homogenizing applications with continuous flow and high throughput; dispersion of nanoparticles with a high intensity ultrasonic liquid processor; a cup horn with floating microtube holder and test tube showing cavitation; an atomizer using ultrasonic vibrational energy to generate a low-velocity spray with pressureless atomization; and an overview of ultrasonic liquid processing equipment and accessories.
Ultrasonic plastics welding videos feature bench-top ultrasonic welders, spin welders and vibration welders; FEA analysis of ultrasonic horns; hand held ultrasonic welding; and a re-creation of the original discovery of the ultrasonic method of welding thermoplastic parts, for which Sonics’ founder & CEO, Robert Soloff, was awarded the patent in 1965.
Ultrasonic metal welding and wire processing videos include ultrasonic cable termination using a 15 kHz spot metal welder; sequence wire splicing of 3 & 4 #10AWG (5 mm2) wires via touch screen power supply and wire splicer; and smaller wire termination with a 20 kHz spot metal welder.
Since 1969, Sonics & Materials, Inc. has been a world leader in the field of ultrasonic plastics and metal welding; plastics assembly; and ultrasonic liquid processing. The company, which is ISO 9001 certified, designs and builds complete lines of equipment, and offers in-house application assistance, materials testing, laboratory service, global sales and distribution networks, on-site field service and the industry’s most advanced ultrasonic systems. Sonics and its founder, Robert Soloff (holder of the patent for the process of ultrasonic plastics welding), were featured in an episode of the History Channel’s “Modern Marvels” television show that focused on welding. Automotive, industrial, medical, research, packaging, toy, appliance, consumer and synthetic textile manufacturers around the world use Sonics’ standard and customized equipment.
Sonics & Materials, Inc., 53 Church Hill Road, Newtown, CT 06470, USA
Phone: (203) 270-4600, Fax: (203) 270-4610, Toll Free in USA: (800) 745-1105
Sonics and Sonics & Materials are registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.