Hot air welding

Hot air welding 

1. Experience for hot air welding 
Over the years our company we have created a unique manufacturing technology products. Continuous monitoring of the emergence of new products in the manufacture of inflatable boats and immediate implementation of the most innovative and interesting of them, allows us to always stay one step ahead. Most of the details of which are collected by our boats are made specifically for us. Changes in some of the traditional components produced by our orders are unique. All this as well - the same material used in only the best manufacturers, and use only the best of their development, allows us to produce some of the highest quality inflatable boats in the world. Welding machine, used by us in the production, designed specifically for tissue welding PVC. An electronic control system, which is equipped with a device makes it possible to precisely control the maximum air temperature and the rate of transport tissue, which eliminates overheating, and therefore the destruction layer of PVC on the material. Welding joins materials are considerably higher, the adhesion is considerably higher than when gluing. This method is best suited for the manufacture of inflatable boats. This saves the properties and characteristics of the original materials. 
2. Welding polymeric material with hot air 
Do you want to start their own production of PVC film? Welding of plastics in plants for hot air welding is exactly what you need. High quality weld is achieved by multi-functional systems for welding. Welding of PVC films can occur as a rod or overlap, while dramatically saving time and manufacturing strength. Distinctive features of the weld PVC film at the facility offered by us are digital control over all installation options and customizable control of air flow; rollers are made of stainless steel, and their speed can be adjusted on the fly, is fed to the nozzle is clean and dry air, it is possible use on-board computer for communication. Welding of plastics overlap occurs as follows: take two sheets of film that are stacked overlap, respectively, is heated above the lower leaf surface and the upper surface of the sheet below. Hot air enters through the nozzle into the space between the sheets, then use the roller sheets are pressed together immediately after heating. When welding rod system is almost identical. However, in this case, the welding of PVC film used with the filler material. As a result, you get a perfect product from PVC film with a minimum of manpower and time. 

3.Equipment for inflatable boats
Hot air welding seams boat. Very often, inflatable boats are made of PVC or other polymeric material. It is proved that the production of inflatable boats with hot air welding is the best, because the seam welding is more robust and reliable. Equipment for the production of inflatable boats made of PVC fabric allows you to eventually get a high-quality boats, which have high strength, durability and resistance to wear. A device for hot air welding allows for perfect stitch for a minimum period of time when it is full of all k4ontrol ongoing process. As a result, you get a boat, on which the seams are practically invisible. When welding, hot air is heated in contact plastic materials. Layers of weld material is passed through the equipment for welding, and in the place of contact between the layers fed hot air. Due to the pressure rollers and heat from the air, the layers of plastic are joined into a single mass. One of the main advantages of the production of inflatable boats such methods is the ability to weld materials of various shapes and lengths. We recommend the use of manual welding. Through it, you can get a very accurate and durable product. Do you want to get high-quality inflatable boat with strong seams? Then use the facility for hot air welding, you will not miss that. For the manufacture of cylinder joints Boats "Kolibri" the technology of hot air welding. This technology provides high-quality appearance of strong flat seams for one cycle, while ensuring fast and uniform heating of the materials to be welded over the entire thickness in the field of welding. The result is a heavy-duty, sealed seams, resistant to excessive loads and temperature extremes. 

4. Hot air welding 
Hot air welding is the most efficient method of welding of thermoplastic materials. Welding is done by hot air at the junction of the material. In the weld zone is blowing hot air, which is due to heat transfer. Hot air is fed through a special nozzle designed so that the material is heated before it enters the zone of welding. With this approach, there is a decrease of temperature stresses in the material, and therefore improves the quality of welding. Hot air welding can be carried out as manual and automatic equipment, depending on the manufactured product. When welding with hot air, the formation of two types of e stitches: single and double continuous suture. The most commonly used single joints, but sometimes, when you need to create the most hermetic products apply a double seam. Hot air welding has a number of significant advantages: seal strength does not depend on climatic conditions and human factors; welding is significant savings of time resources, the welding is possible to continuously monitor the process.


Heavy duty bar tacking machine

Heavy duty bar tacking machine

Bar tacking is a specialized sewing stitch ( designed to provide immense tensile strength to the garment or equipment it is used on. 
Bar tacking is commonly used on backpacks, tents, tactical gear, and other heavy wear sewn items where normally sewn stitches might give way at a crucial moment.
 In general, bar tacking is a sign of good quality, although the rest of the product should always be looked over carefully as well. When a sewing pattern calls for bar tacking, it indicates that the designer feels that section of the pattern is a critical area that needs extra reinforcement. 

 Bar tacking is accomplished by sewing a very tight zigzag stitch across the width of the material. In some cases, the manufacturer may go over the bar tacking again, causing the stitch to have an x-like form. 

Usually, very strong threads are chosen for bar tacking so that they will stand up to high pressure. When done correctly, bar tacking can help support loads of up to 400 pounds (almost 200 kilograms). Many backpacking companies in particular pride themselves on the number of bar tacks integrated into their products, claiming that they will wear harder and longer than the competition. For commercial work, specialized bar tacking sewing machines are capable of handling high volumes of bar tacking through heavy materials like nylon webbing and canvas. Commercial bar tacking machines tend to be expensive, however, and smaller companies prefer to modify their existing sewing equipment. Home sewers can bar tack if they have a zigzag setting on their sewing machines, although they may have to do it by hand if the material is very thick. In both cases, a heavy weight waxed thread should be used. Bar tacking works to reinforce material by spreading pressure more evenly along the width of the fabric, with a large number of stitches covering a small area. When pressure is put on the bar tacked area, the thread will not give way as readily, because it is not in a straight line in grain with the fabric, as most sewing is. Indeed, fabric will more frequently give way around bar tacking, especially if it is old, or if it has been stressed by the elements. 

 Bar tacking can be seen reinforcing rock climbing slings (made with lengths of webbing that are sewn or knotted into a closed loop), safety harnesses, hang gliding gear, and a wide variety of other products manufactured for outdoor sports. Because much of the gear bar tacking is used on is critical to survival, it is important to frequently inspect and test such gear and to discard equipment that seems unreliable. In general, if support gear is frayed or worn, stretched out of shape, or torn, it is probably not safe for use. Today extremely heavy weight materials and thick sewing threads are used in the production of safety belts, climbing ropes, lifting slings and cargo lashing, for safety and durability of the seams. 

So we developed #71008 extra heavy duty automatic bar tacker with large shuttle hook ( for both flat slings and rope bar-tack reinforcement & bar-tacked loops.

Hot air inflatable boats welding machine

Hot air welding machine is widely used in sealing inflatable boats is especially made of PVC fabric. 

Electronic control system which this machine is equipped with allows precisely control air temperature and speed at which fabric is fed into machine, which eliminates overheat and destruction of PVC layer on the material. 

Welding has better adhesiveness than gluing, which makes durable and stronger seams. 
 How the hot wail welding machine works? ( Heated air is blown into the seam area, causing the membrane surfaces to melt. A roller and the weight of the machine then presses the two sheets of coating on the fabric in the overlap together. As the welder moves away from a given seam location, the thermoplastic surfaces quickly cools down to ambient temperature and the heat weld is completed, providing a watertight, permanent bond. In fact, the welded seam is stronger than the surrounding PVC fabric. 

 Benefits of hot air welding: 
1.Hot air welding work best for bonding long, continuous lengths of tape. 
2.Hot air welding is fast and consistent. 
3.Provides streamlined finish to product, resulting in a professional appearance Inflatable boats are big and with unique shapes, it is almost a necessary to have large welding machine with rotary arm if you are to make various curved seam on foldable inflatable boats or rigid inflatable boats. 

The HIGHTEX #S700 automatic hot air welding machine ( is designed for inflatable boats and other inflatable products, especially for welding heavy duty inflatable boat is manufactured with extra tough and extra thick PVC fabric.

Custom made molds are available for different seal types, in included Overlap (standard), Hem with Hot Air, Hem with Hot Wedge, Hem with Pocket, Hem with Rope, Butt Seal with Tape on Two Sides, Butt Seal with Tape on One Side, Lap Seal with Cover Strip on One Side, Lap Seal with Cover Strip on Both Sides, Fin Seal, Truckside Beading, Webbing, Double Sided Keder, Single Sided Keder and other special type.

 Hot air inflatable welding machine


Automatic industrial sewing machine

Automatic industrial sewing machine

Automatic industrial sewing machine is also known as “Automated industrial sewing machine”, “Sewing automation”, “Computerized sewing machine”, ”Electronically controlled sewing machine”, is the industrial sewing machine can fully automatic or semi-automatic finish one or more sewing operations. Automatic industrial sewing machines usually have below advantages: 
1.Computerized operation; 
2.Automatic monitor; 
3.Automatic feeding (by clamping system); 
4.Automatic thread trimmer; 
5.Automatic needle UP/DOWN position; 
6.Automatic foot lifting; 
7.Automatic back tacking (reverse stitch) 

Due to the rapid increase of labor cost in global manufacturing, the demand of automatic sewing machine is growing up very fast. Even in heavy duty sewing applications, like lifting sling and cargo lashing, safety harness, Big Bag, aerospace, military and others. Sewing automation is the Inevitable trend. So we strive to develop more and more automatic sewing machines for heavy to extra heavy materials including: #71008 extra heavy duty large barrel shuttle, automatic polyester slings sewing machine (heavy duty automatic pattern tacking machine) 71008R extra heavy duty large barrel shuttle, automatic rope sewing machine (heavy duty automatic bar tack machine) 72600PLC High speed heavy duty automatic sewing machine for attaching lifting loops (handles) on Big Bag.


Which is better for inflatable boats -welding or bonding?

Which is better for inflatable boats -welding or bonding

For the manufacturers of inflatable boats the best method of joining materials, plastic-coated, is welding. Despite the statements found in the literature on this subject, welded joints with hot air no less durable than glued. In some cases, welded joints are better keeping the air. Today, most manufacturers of inflatable boats have welded seams of their boats with hot air. Contrary to the opinion of the author's article below, the boat does not become cheaper, probably because of the high cost of equipment. Although the fact that their quality and reliability have become higher, without a doubt. All materials of construction for inflatable boats, are flexible plastics. Sometimes it's just thermoplastics, while others - heat shrink plastic. Can be found on the inner surfaces are not smooth plastic and woven material, which, of course, and he is the polymer. Polyester (the most commonly used plastic as a base of woven material) is a heat-shrink plastic, and almost no stretch. Nylon, which is often used as a basis for the manufacture of PVC-coated materials, is also a heat-shrink plastic and stretches much better. Shrink plastic, used for coating woven fabric base - hipalon or neoprene. Hipalon can be welded, if the coating hipalonom very fresh. Hipalon hardens over time, so it is not possible to weld a couple of hours or days from the date of manufacture of the material. There are special methods of "welding" of the roofing hipalona of any age. Correct to say that hipalon - it is thermoplastic, which eventually turns into a shrink plastic. In the process of welding with hot air plastic covering material settles and is connected to another plastic. The word "plastic" refers to the properties of the material. First of all, this is a high plasticity, ie a continuous deformability under load. This is the main feature characterizing the plastic. Thermoplastics are deformed under a load greater than the shrink plastic. In fact, this is not applicable to materials where the plastic act merely as a covering of tissue basis. On the other hand, the coating determines the basic properties of the deformability of woven base. Nylon (thermoplastic) more stretched, and in it while there are higher shear stresses. Polyester (shrink plastic) stretches less, and therefore does not require as much pump boat to give it the desired shape. The quantity appearing in the material shear stress determines the strength of the woven fabric and the foundation. Therefore, polyester fabrics can actually withstand large shear stresses, rather than woven nylon material. Over the past five years, technology of the plastic coating on a woven base has improved significantly. Most thermoplastics are to have better adhesion properties with respect to the fabric-based than the shrink plastic. Modern Thermoplastics penetrate into all pores of woven material before solidification of the plastic coating. These coatings provide the best sealing and adhesion. As a result, all the problems with integrity and adhesion disappear by themselves. The process of welding: Currently, welding materials, plastic-lined, there are two main ways: ultrasonic welding and hot air welding. In both cases, the material is heated so that he could have been welded together. In addition, both processes welded materials are subjected to pressure, which improves the efficiency of welding. Therefore, thermoplastics can be welded simultaneously heated and pressurized. The melting points of all the plastics are different. Therefore, dissimilar materials cannot be practically cured. Ultrasonic welding is carried out under pressure, which are held together by two welded surfaces over a large area. Press compresses the two surfaces to be welded until the press plate closed. Then the ultrasonic radiation can pass through the small distance between the stove and bench press. Microwaves heat the material and the connection of pressure and heat fused into a whole separate layers of material. Ultrasonic welding is fast. Best of all, this is obtained by welding is not reinforced plastic (vinyl or urethane, if they are not printed on fabric), represented by a single type. Due to the presence of woven material foundations in layered materials for ultrasonic welding of boats every time gives different results. All manufacturers of inflatable boats that collided. Remember that plastics do not conduct electricity, but because ultrasonic welding for joining thermoplastics is only applicable under certain conditions. Hot air welding uses a method of heating the plastic cover at points of contact of different materials. The method involves welding broach the layers of material to be welded through the machine, and in the place of contact between the layers of the material is fed hot air. Pressure from the rollers, which extends through the material, combined with the heat from the air combine layers of plastic into a homogeneous mass. Because of the way pulling the material through the rollers in such a way can be welded sections of materials of very different shapes to create a variety of inflatable boats hull. In addition, it is a very fast way of welding, devoid of drawbacks of ultrasound. However, here are the rules and regulations. Commonly used method of manual welding with hot air to achieve the results that other manufacturers are seeking by ultrasonic welding. Manual welding allows accurate to the process of connecting joints. Bonding: Bonding process consists of preparation, adhesive application and combination of materials together. There are in the process of bonding two components, which are more expensive the whole process because of the extra work on their execution. The quality of adhesion is determined by the quality of surface preparation for bonding, strength of the material and the environment, which also strongly influences the bonding. Portions of the product can be prepared for a uniform process and then immediately execute all uniform operation. The longest is the preparation. Here, the most common errors occur and how to prepare surfaces for bonding, and in applying the adhesive composition. This is the main reason for the high cost of laminated products. Which is better? It is understood that the smaller manufacturing operations, the lower the risk of human error. Typically, hot-air bonding is primarily used for bonding components of inflatable boats that require an air tightness. If the bonding would be a mistake, then correct it would be impossible, which is especially important for the balloons inflatable boat. At the same time, not all nodes can be connected and to provide for curing this functional aesthetic connections. Vulcanization is much closer links (combines) the joined materials, the adhesion is considerably higher than for bonding, this method is best suited for the manufacture of inflatable boats. This saves the properties and characteristics of the original material, and the presence of connecting material (adhesive layer) does not weaken the connection. Add the cost of glue and works on his application and it will become clear that the cure not only provides better quality, but by itself costs the manufacturer less.


Australian Saddle & Harness History

Australian Saddle & Harness History 
The Saddle and Harness Makers Association of Australia Incorporated. Brief History. This Proud group of Tradesmen and Women carry forward the Proud Historic Trades of Saddler and Harness Maker in Australia. The Australasian Saddle and Harness Makers Association came into being in approximately 1895 when Bishop & Co, Printers of Melbourne commenced printing the monthly Trade Journal for the Association. The Association went into decline in the period after the Great War. With the advent of Motor Vehicles and Membership drifted into other area’s of Business, like Motor Coach Trimming, Footwear, Bicycles, Upholstery. Well the late 1960’s and 70’s saw a resurgence in the use of Horses for pleasure and Show. Suddenly it was realized that there was a lack of Saddlers and Harness Makers able to service the growing Industry. About this time, Old Jim Talty, Saddler of Sydney Fame suggested that the Saddlers should all get to-gether and form the Association again. If we can get all of the Saddlers (& Harness Makers) to-gether in one Room, swapping knowledge and ideas without squabbling. We would have a position of Strength to help the Trades prosper and carry forward the renowned Australian Tradition of Quality Workmanship in all fields of the Equestrian Products, TO-GETHER. It took a few years of talking around the various Saddlers in 4 States. Some would say it won’t work, others would laugh and say if you can get 10 to-gether we’ll come. Well the upshot is that we actually found 16 Tradesmen who traveled to Victoria for the first Meeting and SHMAA became the re-incarnation of the original Australasian Saddle & Harness Makers Association. That was 35 years ago! So our Members carry forward a long History of serving the Equine Industry still. We now have approximately 110 members, working in all States of Australia to cater for your special requirement properly. As I am able the History of our Trades will be written up in this Page for your benefit and guidance. In order that you may see the advantage of Dealing with True Saddlers and Harness Makers making your Gear using the Best Methods that have stood the Test of Time. Also if you have any interesting information concerning the History of our Trades in Australia, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Kindest Regards. 

 Jim Beaton, Saddler & Harness Maker. Official Historian of Australian Saddlers & Harness Makers of Australia Inc.

Harnessing the Past

Harnessing the Past 

 By Jim Beaton 

(the president of Australasian Saddle and Harness Makers Association, I’ve heard a few snipes about where are the best Saddlers and also Harness makers. Well I’ll put a few ideas forward about both sides of the Trade and I think that I’m qualified to do so as I have spent considerable time in each of the Eastern States (N.S.W., Vic & Qld) and a lot of time in S.A. When I went to Victoria in early 1970 I was overwhelmed by the lack of Trades men. (Not to say there were none as there were a number of Top Tradesmen). And the lack of development or improvement in upgrading Saddles and Harness. Show Saddles re-stuffed with Horse Hair, Bridles didn’t have style, Back Saddles with little Stuffing and ill fitting, no Collar makers. Prices were much dearer than I had been used to. A Trade in decline in the midst of the start of a boom, because of a lack of training for the Future by the Veterans of the day. One thing did impress me though. The number of very Good Horse People and Horses. Also there was a willingness to advance the Equine industry to a higher level. Coming from N.S.W. I had been used to the City based Companies who dominated the Trades. Everything was made in Sydney and sent out to the Bush Saddlers who then on sold at 20% mark-up, often with their own stamp on as the Maker. The Tanneries were at Botany, the ironmongers close to Sydney, Tree Makers at Canterbury. Each Saddler was watching what the other was doing, worrying that they would steal Customers. But funnily enough this created development as each tried to beat the other. Leather Prices were steady, Tree prices constant. Saddles sold for similar prices, Collars were low priced, Top grade Back Saddles were the same price for 10 years. Another Trade in decline because of lack of communication. At the same time Queensland was supplying a growing quantity of mid range Stock Saddles and Harness to the southern States, for re-sale at margins of 30 to 40% and sometimes more. They had a good quantity of Tradesmen capable of keeping up the supply. Butlers, Stephens, Uhls, Hills to name a few. All steadily growing. All reasonably good friends and able to help each other where needed. (Source Erne and Eric Stephan). Through the Boom of the early 70’s there was a change in the air though. Prices increased markedly for materials and Products. Margins increased to 60% and more. Queensland Industries saw the demise of several established Companies from owners getting too old and being taken up by the remaining Firms. Retailers popped up out of the Woodwork all over the place. Bush Saddlers Died of old age, especially West of the divide. Suddenly Saddlers and (the Few) Harness Makers were in demand. This was the time when all States recognized that we were getting fewer in number and the Tradesmen were getting old. Communication started to increase between States. I remember being in contact by visit and phone with Saddlers in Qld, N.S.W. Vic, S.A. Tas. Regularly. One uniting factor was the advent of Dick Leffler moving into Saddlers and Harness Ironmongery in 1970 (as the Shoe Repair sector dwindled) when he went to Throw the Hammer at the Commonwealth Games in Britain. Gerry Watson was told to go on the Road and sell something as there was not enough work for him in Clicking. He became such a Friend to us all, carrying the news from Shop to Shop, State to State. Gerry having been a Clicker and Stuff Cutter, he understood our needs and I don’t know of any Saddler who didn’t look forward to Gerry coming on his erratic schedule. Also Cliff Watson represented Equestrian Supplies and made regular visits to most Saddlers, hence his Trade knowledge was well known and respected around the Bush, a Mate to all who know him. George Davidson (Davo) called on me a number of times in Traralgon and Swan Hill, as did Mike Cummins (RMW), Stephan’s and a number of other Saddlers. We talked about Trade trends, Materials and what others were doing. In other words we helped each other. Around the 1975-7 period the States came to be on a level playing Field. Sharing Techknowledgy, Advice, Material sources even Customers. Time was right for the Old Saddlers and Harness Makers association to be re-formed. The suggestion was made by Old Jim Talty to me that as I was so familiar with so many Saddlers I should talk to them about forming one again, to give us numbers to be heard. Well it’s History now, SHMAA was formed. Unfortunately we were short of numbers as there were only around 15 Tradesmen trading at that time and some were not willing to join as they feared Squabbles would erupt. So several of the Retailers were allowed Membership to make up the numbers. Lets just say they controlled the Meetings with their hatchets and I left the Country in disgust. Pako Paddy reigned supreme and Asian Leather goods flooded the Market. Now where does this apply to to-day? No one State can be better than the other. All have had and will have to make a contribution to make to make our Trade thrive. Originally SHMAA started under the Vic Chamber of Manufacturers. Somehow it was transferred to N.S.W. and Incorporated. When I came back to Australia I looked for contacts and found that all there was, was a reference on Dave Morris’s Web page. I tried to get in contact but he was apparently out of the Country. It was some time later that I heard from Warren Newcombe that there was to be a meeting to either re-start or fold up SHMAA. I was to attend that meeting along with Archie McManus, but spent the weekend in Hospital instead. Consequently I was elected as President which I had been asked if I would stand for. Well that first year was a problem year and I ended up seconding Gabriel as Secretary to help me. There after we both were working nearly full time getting things into order. SHMAA was up and going A lot was achieved from our efforts by working to-gether harmoniously. Come the next AGM I was elected as President again, so we could go forward and achieve the Goals we had established. I was kidding myself. The committee procrastinated all year and drew things out with non productive nit picking. The hatchets came out and we are no further along to-day because of the Hatchets. Where are the Standards? Where are the Apprentice Training guidelines, to name a few things? We have a good President who has my full support. We have had consultation about a number of items that I had wanted to see bought to fruition with-in a third term before Keith became my choice for President for this term. What’s happened? Exactly the same as I had problems with. We need a proudly supportive Secretary and Committee to help the President to Drive SHMAA forward. Not chosen for sentiment but for ability both to be Proud Knowledgeable Tradesmen and Women and work co-operatively to-gether as a team supporting the President, for the Promotion of our Trade of Australian Saddlers and Harness makers. Not to hinder with little Tomahawk’s as has been happening. Needs a change as nothing has been happening as it is. Now what is the answer to which State or Area is best? The States that remember that they have both Bush and City Members and possible Members. None is any better than the Other. Bush needs the City and City needs the Bush. Innovation is done in the Bush and Production is done in the City. What happened to our Market for Australian Stock Saddles to the US? City Manufacturers disregarded the advice of the Bush and developed a Saddle that was supposed to be a Genuine Aussie Stock Saddle and flogged it in the US as such. The US market dried up as they were too hard on the Horse and on the Bum. So Our Famous Stock Saddle was relegated to being lumped in with the So called Aussie Stock Saddle and demand dwindled to a trickle. What did SHMAA do about it? Nothing because we had no Voice because of the near death of us as protectors. We are Australian Saddlers and Harness makers and should be Proud of it. So lets get the Show rolling and support our President to the Hilt, don’t sit on your Bums. Do it!! Do it right!! Do it Right Now!! Do it To-gether and share the Joy of being an Australian Saddler and or Harness maker. No matter what your line of Production is, be it Aussie Stock, Cross Breed, Western, English or Harness. I must add that in my Semi Retirement I enjoy the contact with fellow Saddlers be they Old Timers or Green learners and sharing Trade knowledge for the betterment of our Trades. I also would like to thank the Members who have rung and expressed their appreciation of Harnessing the past and the job I did as President. Many fully understood about the Retailers Stamps being put on their Saddles, they’d been there and done that. Help stop the Imports that we can make Better and fit better, here on our Benches. DO IT TO-GETHER AND DO IT RIGHT Hatchets must be Buried or Burned before attending or Voting at any of our Meetings!


S700 Hot air welding machine for inflatable products

S700 Hot air welding machine for inflatable products

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HIGHTEX S700 Hot air welding machine is rotary hot air sealing machine to join thermoplastic fabrics and industrial fabrics using very precise heat speed and pressure settings. For example PVC laminated fabrics, Vinyl coated fabrics, Vinyl Films and Polyurethane (PU) coated fabrics, Polyurethane films, Polypropylene-coated fabrics, Polyethylene (PE), Thermoplastic rubber fabrics, acrylics and others. 

Your advantages: 
1.Extreme durability due to the imported electronic control system (Made in Japan); 
2.The large clearance room under the arm is very useful when welding larger items, for example: inflatable boat and tarpaulins; 
3.The top and bottom weld rollers are independently controlled which helps produce and expanded range of products and materials; 
4.Automatic temperature tracking system ensures the precision of welding temperature(±1℃); 
5.Fabric guide and special attachments are available to weld hems, pockets, overlaps, hem with rope; 
6.Equipped with double arms: the curve arm manages curves and unique shapes for applications like inflatable boats and inflatable kayaks. The flat bed table is for straight seams for applications like tarps, awnings and tents; 7.Easy operation with Panasonnic 3.
7 inch PLC touch screen, one integrated control precisely all parameters; 
8.Several operating levels protected by passwords: If desired, the operator can only select certain operating sequences; 9.Service and support are important considerations in your selection of a hot-air welding machine. We understand how critical it is that your equipment work correctly.

Applications: Inflatable products manufacturing like Inflatable boats, inflatable kayaks, bouncers, castles and other curved products Awning and marine cover applications Tents, tarpaulins, other various products Signs, finishing banners with hems & pockets and other advertising inflatables Hot air welding machine for inflatable boats Hot wedge welding machine for inflatable boats Hot-air sealing machine

Custom made molds are available for different seal types, in included Overlap (standard), Hem with Hot Air, Hem with Hot Wedge, Hem with Pocket, Hem with Rope, Butt Seal with Tape on Two Sides, Butt Seal with Tape on One Side, Lap Seal with Cover Strip on One Side, Lap Seal with Cover Strip on Both Sides, Fin Seal, Truckside Beading, Webbing, Double Sided Keder, Single Sided Keder and other special type.

Hot air welding machine for inflatable products
Hot air inflatable welding machine
Seam type
flat belt conveyor system for straight seams for applications like tarps, awnings and tents