The Fusion 3C hand extruder by Leister® is both clever and smart: Despite its simple and symmetrical construction, the Fusion 3C hand extruder achieves an output of up to 3.8 kg/h. This single warm-air blower is sufficient for heating the plastic filler and preheated air.
Extrusion welding is one of the processes used to weld thermoplastics and composites, developed in the 1960’s as an evolution of hot gas welding. It can be a manual or automated process. The process uses a welding head that has a nozzle for hot air and an extruder that pushes filler material out.
The process uses a welding head that has a nozzle for hot air and an extruder that pushes filler material out. The process entails heating of the joining (faying) surfaces by means of hot air and addition of molten or platicized filler material (extrudate) being extruded through a die (shoe). The high desnity polyethylene bead is applied with pressure to ensure good bonding, and then the part is allowed to cool.
- Compact and handy with a maximum output of 3.5 kg/h (7.7 lbs./h)
- Integrated electronics for stepless adjustment of the preheating temperature and output quantity
- High welding performance
- Motor start-up protection prevents cold start
- Twist-free welding rod feed for 3 mm or 4 mm. rod
- 360- rotatable welding shoe
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