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Radio Frequency Welding/Sealing Services for OEM Products

Posted by Wayne Hiegert

By Wayne Hiegert – VP Sales & Marketing

Custom designed products manufactured with materials that are not conducive to being sewn or stapled work best with radio frequency welding/sealing services. Also known as RF sealing or welding, this process is especially vital when sealing products are used in a healthcare application. At Polo Custom Products, we use radio frequency welding/sealing services for OEMs in the medical, fire & safety, industrial, and the government & defense markets..

Customized for Application in Each Industry

When used in medical procedures radio frequency welding/sealing services are critical to the patient’s well-being . Using radio frequency welding/sealing services products become a reliable tool for nurses, doctors, and other medical professionals to use in minor or major procedures. For example, drainage type bags or surgical collection bags are assembled to safely conduct operations, but these sealed materials can also be manufactured for puncture, antimicrobial, cold crack, and additional chemical resistant applications.

Safety Precautions

Since radio frequency welding/sealing applications are used to protect, guard, and shield materials from escaping, every product goes through rigorous inspection and laboratory testing at every stage of the manufacturing process for quality assurance. These laboratory testing techniques include pressure leak, tensile strength, and inflation or burst strength tests, which are necessary precautions needed to safeguard individuals when using sealed products. In particular, the ability to seal medical products allows doctors to operate and rehabilitate patients while relying on the efficiency, durability, and effectiveness of a product.

Design Enhancements and Options

Finally, at Polo Custom Products, we provide radio frequency welding/sealing services to the medical industry, as well as the fire and safety, defense and government, and industrial markets. For this reason, the in-house design, engineering, and manufacturing of customized products can be utilized to accommodate specific industry needs. Since professionals within an industry have a better understanding of what is required from materials, a large and global network is employed to choose the most beneficial materials. This process is used to customize specific product applications , tests, or enhancements current materials.