There are so many PVC welding techniques

 

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    While picking the right plastic adhesive can make you wish you’d majored in chemistry, PVC Welding is arguably the better method for fusing two plastic components. It tends to be more effective than using glue and can be done quickly and cheaply if you have the right tools.

    There are so many PVC welding techniques that we couldn’t even fit them all in this article. Here are just 10 examples, to give you an idea of the many options available.
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    Extruded-Bead Sealing: A bead of the same materials is extruded between two sections and then the two sections are immediately pressed together. The heat in the extruded bead is sufficient to cause it to weld to the adjacent surfaces.

    Friction Welding: Rapid angular oscillations are applied to heat the plastic parts to be joined. This variation of the spin welding process is used for parts that are not symmetrical about an axis of rotation. The equipment must be programmed to stop when the parts are properly positioned for joining.

    High Frequency Welding: A method of welding plastic components in which the surfaces to be joined are heated by contact with electrodes of a high frequency electrical generator.

    Hot Gas Welding: Welding guns for plastics contain an electrically or gas heated chamber through which a gas, usually dry air or nitrogen, is passed. The heated gas is directed at the joint to be welded, while a rod of the same materials as the thermoplastic being welded is applied to the heated area.

    Hot Plate Welding: Two plastic surfaces to be joined are first held lightly against a heated metal surface, which may be coated with PTFE to prevent sticking, until the surface layers are melted. The surfaces are then quickly brought together and held under light pressure until cool.

    Induction Welding: A conductive metal insert is placed on the interface of two sections to be joined. While applying pressure to hold the sections together, the welder heats the metallic insert by means of a high frequency generator until the surrounding plastic material is softened and welded together and then cools the joint.

    Laser Welding: The two parts are put under pressure while a laser beam moves along the joining line. The beam passes through the first part and is absorbed either by the second part or an absorbent coating, generating enough heat to soften the interface and creating a permanent weld.

    Solvent Welding: The welder applies a solvent capable of softening the surfaces to be joined and presses the softened surfaces together. Adhesion is attained by means of evaporation of the solvent, absorption of the solvent into adjacent materials and/or polymerization of the solvent cement.

    Spin Welding: Plastic components of circular cross section are rotated, one part in contact with the other, until sufficient heat is generated by friction to cause a melt at the interface, which solidifies under pressure when rotation is stopped to weld the articles together. The process can be performed manually in a drill press with suitable chucks to hold the parts, or can be automated by adding devices for feeding, timing, controlling stroke and pressure of the press, and ejection.

    Ultrasonic PVC Welding: A method of welding or sealing thermoplastics in which heating is accomplished with vibratory mechanical pressure at ultrasonic frequencies. Electrical energy is converted to ultrasonic vibrations by a transducer, directed to the area to be welded by means of a horn, and localized heat is generated by the friction of vibration at the surfaces to be joined.

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