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Ultrasonic joining method for nonwoven materials 

You can book us! Courses are held at Herrmann Ultraschall, at your premises, or in one of our global Tech-Centers. Join us and become a certified ultrasonic expert.
Seminar appointments by request.


Objectives and contents

  • Basic principles on ultrasonic
  • Functional principle of the system
  • Machine technology
  • Designing of weld structures
  • Applications and lab tests


Due to the Corona situation, there are currently no on-site seminars. Alternatively, we offer the content as a webinar.

If you are interested, please contact

Target groups

Who should attend:

  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Design engineers
  • Machine operators and setters
  • Quality management officers
  • Production engineers

All attendees are encouraged to bring their materials and/or drawings for consultation and discussion. Principle testing may be possible and is dependent on how much time is available.


8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. / 12.00 p.m. – 1.00 p.m. lunch break

  • Welcome and introduction
  • Company profile Herrmann Ultraschall
  • Ultrasonic basics
    - Fundamentals
    - Definitions
  • Ultrasonic welding system
    - Actuator units
    - Components
    - Force supply
  • Focusing energy
    - Anvil drum pattern
    - Cutting and perforation geometries
  • Setting up applications
    - Calculating ultrasonic stack, amplitude and weld force
    - Levelling actuator unit
    - Defining metal contact position
  • Weld process
    - Parameters and limits
    - Measured values
  • Materials, influences and conditions
  • Applications
    - Laminating
    - Perforating
    - Cutting
    - Core applications
  • Hands-on in the ultrasonic lab plastics
  • Q & A session

Customized workshops

As a special service we can offer in house workshops and at you site, specifically catered to your requirements. Theoretical knowledge is hands-on combined with current applications and new research.

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