Convert From RF to Puls2™

Advantages for Converting Radio Frequency (RF) to Pulse Packet Sealing Technology for Heat Sealers

Strong Seals.  Using a revolutionary newly patented technology, Pulse Packet (Puls2™) sealing uses an inteligent low frequency technology to create incredibly strong seals on virtually all synthetic materials.  Depending on application, seals made with Puls2™ will exceed or match RF seal integrity without bleed or discoloring.  If desired, seals can appear ‘seamless’.

Extended Warranty.  Assuming your RF welder is currently out-of-warranty, converting to Puls2™ Sealing Technology adds a 3-year Warranty on updated components.

Wider Range of Materials.  Assuming your RF welder is currently out-of-warranty, converting to Puls2™ Sealing Technology adds a 3-year Warranty on updated components.

No Computer or Telephone Interference.  RF welding machines use radio or high frequencies in MHz frequency range.  Puls2™ sealing technology is in the LF or low frequency range.  LF does not cause computer or telephone interference, and is designed for high speed automation and/or cobotic applications.

Safer Work Environment.  RF machines no longer covered under warranty are at an increased exposure level for RF electromagnetic leakage.  This leakage has led to health risks and employee safety concerns for operators of bar length RF heat sealers.  References.  Puls2™ sealing technology relies on low frequency sealing which eliminates the risk.

Lowest Total Cost of Ownership.  When compared to RF and Impulse welding, Puls2™ is faster creating higher production yields at significantly less operating costs.  The vary strong seals are produced at cooler temperatures which reduces maintenance down time, component replacement and overall operating costs.

Does your RF Welder qualify for conversion? 

If all 4 statements above are true, your RF Welder is qualified for conversion to Puls2™ Conversion. 
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  2.  Concepts and Approaches for Minimizing Excessive Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation from RF Sealers ; Paul Ruggera & Daniel Schaubert; US Department of Health and Human Services; July 1982.
  3. Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields:  Cancer, Mutagenesis, and Genotoxicity ; Louis Heynick, Sheila Johnston & Patrick Mason; National Library of Medicine; 2003.
  4. Low-Level Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields: Health Effects and Research Needs ; M.H. Repacholi; National Library of Medicine – Bioelectromagnetics; 1998.
  5. Electromagnetic Field Exposure and Health among RF Plastic Sealer Operators ; Jonna Wilen, Rolf Hornsten, Monica Sandstrom, Per Bjerle, Urban Wiklund, Olov Stensson, Eugene Lyskov & Kjell Mild; Bio Electric Magnetics; January 2004.
  6. Safety in the Use of Radio Frequency Dielectric Heaters and Sealers ; International Labour Organization and the World Health Organization; 1998.
  7. Maintaining and Troubleshooting HF Welders: A Common-sense Approach for Vacuum Tube and Solid-State Machines ; Ray Cagganello; The Tube & Pipe Journal; February 2001.
  8. Radio Frequency (RF) Sealers and Heaters ; National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA); December 1979.

Why risk employee health when you can easily convert from RF Welding to Pulse Packet Heat Sealing.