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Infrared Welding

HA | Technologies | Infrared Welding

Infrared Welding is the process of joining thermoplastic components with the use of quartz-glass infrared emitters. The surface of the plastic components are heated to a molten state then joined by being pressed together. The infrared process is a non-contact assembly method allowing for particle-free welding. Time and Power is controlled in this precise process resulting in flexibility for various materials and joint contours. For a complex product requiring precise control, choose infrared welding for your assembly method.

HS6000 Infrared Welder

Features & Benefits 

  • No restriction on contour parting lines

  • Non-Contact, Particle-Free welding

  • Lower energy costs, Instant on/off heat

  • Hermetic sealing of critical components

  • Weldability of multiple materials

  • Higher strength assemblies​​

  • Available individual lamp control


  • Center consoles

  • Battery cases

  • Fluid reservoirs

  • Manifolds

  • Dash panels

  • Glove boxes

  • Door panels

  • Filters

  • Air ducts

  • Air bag chutes

  • Office furniture

  • Visors and trays

  • Electrical enclosures

  • And Many More...

Infrared Emitter Capabilities

      For infrared joining of components, HA Industries customizes the solution unique for each application. Using standard configured or shape-following contoured emitters, adjustability for fine tuning is key. Systems are optimized for complete and precise control. The heaters are a very high energy source capable of responding instantly to voltage changes, allowing for precise control.

  • Instant on/off operation

  • Emitter Temperature: 3300ºF - 4400ºF

  • Operating temperatures reached within 1 sec.

  • Power density up to 400 W/in2

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VS4500 Infrared Welder Operation

Thermal Imaging Quality Assurance

      Thermal Imaging provides a complete process monitoring solution. This real-time thermal data and designed software intelligence, provide knowledge of the application and forethought that can be used to prevent failure and wasted scrap. The optional integrated system is optimal for an assembly method utilizing heat.

  • Thermal/Visual inspection of every cycle

  • Monitor multiple regions of interest

  • Complete machine integration

  • Data retention

  • Operator facing feedback/information

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IR Weld Thermal Software
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