We service and repair all major brands of plastic welding machinery. Our dedicated facility is staffed by qualified and highly experienced electrical and mechanical repair specialists.
We’ve just recently completed a significant overhaul on a Dixon HF 450 for a client in NSW, including replacing the hydraulic cylinders on the rams, and repairing and re-surfacing the heating plate. It’s now completed, tested and ready to go!
For service enquiries, call (08) 9303 2164 or email email@example.com
We stopped in to check out the SPECTEX 2015 show, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre recently.
We were keen to check out the new stationary welder from Leister, the SEAMTEK 36. We were impressed with how versatile the machine’s settings are, with control over the individual rollers, and a memory bank to store commonly used configurations.
The SEAMTEK 36 is ideal for workshop-based continuous seam welds in polyethylene, PVC and other thermoplastic textiles.
This architect-designed building for a polytechnic university in Switzerland resembles a slice of of Swiss cheese! And with no straight or flat lines, it proved a challenge to the contractors waterproofing the roofing membrane.
A range of Leister equipment was used to weld this 1.8mm thick PVC membrane, from the Varimat V for long weld seams, and even the little Hot Jet S to weld the challenging hard-to-reach pieces.
Laser has been used for some time now in plastic welding very small plastic components (LEISTER has an entire laser welding division). What the researchers at Cambridge have done is taken the infrared technology even smaller, to be able to weld plastic with widths of 1µm and channels of 5µm. Now that is seriously small!
Precision is generally operator dependent (skill and practice!) – but it also helps to have the right gear. See Leister’s entire plastic welding range at Polyweld Machinery.
Ritmo has been manufacturing plastic welding machinery and tooling for poly pipe welding from their Padova (Italy) plant since 1979. With a focus on premium quality and continuous innovation, their range covers butt fusion, electrofusion and socket fusion welders.
They also manufacture a range of heavy-duty plant and equipment for workshop use: plastic pipe bandsaws, fittings fabrication machines, plastic sheet welding machines, and more. Exporting worldwide, they have a strong international presence within the plastics industry.
Ritmo machinery is built tough and well suited to Australian conditions, which is why Polyweld are proud to distribute their product range in Western Australia.
Meet the latest addition to the Polyweld Machinery hire fleet. The Italian-made Ritmo DELTA 500 butt fusion welder. For the welding of HDPE pipe 200-500mm OD. Built tough for Australian conditions.
Standard configuration includes machine body on trolley, electro-hydraulic gearcase on skid base, milling cutter and heating plate on trolley, hydraulic crane for lifting cutter/plate in and out of machine body, clamp reduction sets for 200-450mm, and operator toolkit.