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Face mask machine

JP-X25, a professional choice to manufacture sanitary-grade face masks

FFP2 & FFP3 compliant and COVID-19 safe

 

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Comply with FFP2 and FFP3 standards
From 20 to 300 units per hour
COVID-19 safe
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Made in the EU
Big production capacity
International shipping available

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Our face mask machines

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Features of our sanitary face mask making machines

  • JP-X25 Ultrasonic press welders

  • Digital technology and monitoring interface

  • Servo-controlled motors

  • High definition pressure regulator whith filter

  • Pressure switch with adjustable pressure gauge

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What you can expect

FFP2 y FFP3

In order to homologate a mask, it must comply with FFP2 or FFP3 standards. To do that, the mask has to be ultrasonically welded and not sewn. These specifications are required to work safely in contaminated environments, such as those of the COVID-19 crisis.

Automated process 

The manufacturing process can be automated depending on the units in use. From 25 masks per hour (using manual machines by ultrasound) up to 300 masks per hour.

 

High performance

Using up to 6 JP-X25 2500W ultrasonic machines, each with a concrete mold according to the welding shape. 

Made in the EU

Our machines are European made. Currently the delivery time is not very high but as the days go by the demand for machines around the world is increasing.

Manufacturing process

1. Parts in fixture

The two thermoplastic parts to be assembled are placed together, one on top of the other, in a supportive nest called a fixture.

2.Horn contact

A titanium or aluminum component called a horn is brought into contact with the upper plastic part.

3.Pressure applied

A controlled pressure is applied to the parts, clamping them together against the fixture.

4.Weld Time

The horn is vibrated vertically 20,000 (20 kHz) or 40,000 (40 kHz) times per second, at distances measured in thousandths of an inch (microns), for a predetermined amount of time called weld time.

5.Hold time

The clamping force is maintained for a predetermined amount of time to allow the parts to fuse as the melted plastic cools and solidifies. This is known as hold time.

6.Horn retracts

Once the melted plastic has solidified, the clamping force is removed and the horn is retracted. The two plastic parts are now joined as if molded together and are removed from the fixture as one part.