HIGH FREQUENCY WELDING
For a robust and durable product
In high-frequency welding, plastic films are welded together. In this way, we join PVC plastic films together for you, giving them a particularly stable and robust shape. The PVC products are mostly screen-printed.
Overview of Benefits
- Beautiful edges, round corners and spine joints with book covers made of PVC
- PVC folders get the necessary stability thanks to an inserted cardboard blank
- PVC products are water and dirt repellent and therefore also suitable for use in workshops and when travelling or for permanent use as a school book or reference book
- We process phthalate-free and REACH-compliant plastic films
- Further finishes are possible; for example, with hot foil, UV varnish or blind embossing.
High-frequency welding is a process also used in the printing industry in which plastic parts are firmly joined together. For this purpose, plastic films are mechanically welded together, giving them an extremely stable and robust shape. For a special visual design, the PVC films can also be screen-printed.
The process is suitable for the stable design of print and cardboard products of all kinds, for example folders or book covers. The PVC products treated in this way are also water and dirt repellent, which gives them additional protection.
The technique of high-frequency welding has been part of Seismografics’ fixed repertoire for many years, where a wide variety of products are treated in this way. Optionally, further finishing of the products is possible; for example, with hot foil, UV varnish or blind embossing. Furthermore, emphasis is placed on sustainability, as Seismografics processes phthalate-free and RICH-compliant plastic films.