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Aurizon® Soniseal™ 40 UL Series

The Soniseal™ 40 UL Series uses Aurizon® rotary ultrasonic patented technology to enable new capabilities in packaging applications. It offers the utmost in seal consistency and control in a lightweight package. Designed specifically for flow wrapper, VFFS and HFFS machinery, the Soniseal 40 UL maximizes seal strength, consistency, and quality.

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Faster Processing Speed While Maintaining Seal Integrity
Rotary horns provide higher, continuous power delivery. More power means faster, more consistent sealing. Focused energy and the “flywheel effect” of the rotary system allow for greatly increased sealing speeds and highly consistent seal integrity.

Reduces Energy Consumption when Compared to Heat Sealing
Reduced energy consumption and product damage due to minimal heat production during weld.

Integrates into Existing Machine Configurations
Soniseal™ 40 UL bonders have a lightweight, compact design with a small machine footprint that is easily integrated into existing system configurations.

Increases Productivity With Precise Control of Seal During Start-Stop Conditions
Since the ultrasonic components do not need to “warm up”, start up and stop control of the machine is nearly instantaneous.

Limits Product Damage
Soniseal™ bonders eliminate the risk of potential damage to the product because the process change is only occurring within the packaging material in the seal zone.

Rotary Force Enables Sealing through Product
Rotary force offers excellent seal consistency and control over varying material thicknesses like seams and gussets because of the inertia possessed by the system. Whether you are packaging liquids or solids, Soniseal™ bonders seal right through residual product, leading to fewer product failures and less waste.

Long Service Life
Industry proven robust design allows for long service life and low maintenance requirements.

Reduces Consumption of Packaging Materials
Reduces consumption of packaging materials due to narrower seals, smaller fin sizes, and the ability to seal through layers.

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