Miller Weldmaster Adds Radio Frequency to its Fabric Welding Solutions
Miller Weldmaster, manufacturer of hot air, hot wedge and impulse welding, is proud to announce they will now be offering radio frequency welding solutions to their customers in North America starting in 2020.
Miller Weldmaster has entered into a strategic relationship with Zemat Technology Group, the largest European manufacturer of radio frequency machines in the western hemisphere. For over 60 years, Zemat has sold over 6,500 machines in more than 75 countries. This partnership combines Miller Weldmaster’s industry leading presence in North America with Zemat’s global reach of technologically advanced machines. Miller Weldmaster and Zemat Technologies Group will offer and co-develop stationary, traveling and custom radio frequency welding solutions.
“For over 45 years we have manufactured hot air, hot wedge and impulse welding. In working towards our goal of being the first choice for ALL welding technologies, including RF welding, this is the logical next step”, said Brent Nussbaum, Miller Weldmaster’s President. “To satisfy our customers’ needs, it is paramount that we develop technology by partnering with world leaders in our industry to present to the North American Market.”
“We are thrilled to be offering the world’s most versatile radio frequency machines. We recognize the majority of our customers use multiple technologies and we want to be their first choice. We are now offering a combination of European technology and American service and support.” Said Jeff Sponseller, VP of marketing & sales, Miller Weldmaster. Miller Weldmaster manufactures and services innovative and custom-made hot air, hot wedge, impulse, radio frequency welding and other welding technologies for the needs of the industrial fabric and thermoplastic industries. Miller Weldmaster is recognized around the world as the first choice in industrial fabric welding for over 45 years.
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