Sonobond Ultrasonics Can Help Increase Production Speeds for Masks


Ultrasonic waves produce sealed edges and secure barrier seams

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, while sufficient supplies of personal protective equipment are critically needed by hospital staff, first responders, and other healthcare providers, Sonobond Ultrasonics’ textile assembly machines can help increase  production speed and create barrier seams that satisfy regulatory requirements. 

The company's machinery uses high-frequency ultrasonic waves to produce sealed edges and secure barrier seams. Strong, reliable bonds are created without stitch holes, glue gaps, fraying or unraveling; no thread or other consumables are required.

Most commonly used face masks can be wholly or partially assembled using our SeamMaster Ultrasonic Sewing Machine or a combination of the SeamMaster and our PlungeBonder  Ultrasonic Spot-Weld Bonder. Disposable medical gowns and shoe covers, lint-free wound dressings, pillow and mattress covers, and pouches for sterilizing and storing medical instruments are some of the typical products assembled with our machines.  

The company has been granted a waiver from Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 Orders so it can continue it’s critical role in providing equipment that assembles life-sustaining medical supplies.