About Ultrasonic Welders

Checkmark High quality Ultrasonic Welding Supplies and Accessories
Dollarsign Lower prices on equipment and electrodes than other manufacturers
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Wrench Free test welds and unparalleled customer support

How We Can Help You

  Advanced Integrated Technologies ( AIT ) is a welding equipment and technical support provider for Nippon Avionics ( Avio ) brand of ultrasonic welders and accessories.  We can evaluate your product samples, provide free test welds, and accurately specify which equipment is best for your application.  We can then provide the equipment you need at an economical price, and assist with any technical issues you encounter setting up your welding process.  Submit a contact form or call us today to request assistance with your next project.




Introduction to Ultrasonic Welding

Principles of Ultrasonic Metal Joining

Unlike resistance welding, ultrasonic welder horn oscillator vibration removes oxide film on the metal surface and scatters surface layer impurities in order to create a state of solid-phase welding by bonding metal atoms.


Reduces damage and provides efficient energy use because of low welding temperatures (less than approx. 50% of the melting point)
Suitable for connection of thin metal foil such as aluminum foil or thin copper foil. Also suitable for connection of copper wires.
Reduces electrical resistance and provides joints with good electrical conductivity
No special surface treatment required
No consumables such as solder are required. Eco-Friendly while reducing costs
Space-saving, easy to introduce automation
Permits dissimilar metal joints, e.g., joining aluminum to copper

AVIO Ultrasonic Welders

Ultrasonic Welders use Ultrasonic Energy to perform various bonding & cutting functions such as resin welding, resin seat cutting, resin cutting, and metal joining. The basic components of Ultrasonic Welding Systems consist of an Ultrasonic Oscillator Unit and a Welder Main Unit (Press).
Products offered include a wide range of output models from a compact 40W unit to the world’s highest in class 8,000W unit to meet customer needs.

These products are manufactured by Nippon Future Co. Ltd. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nippon Avionics Co., Ltd.).

 Features of Ultrasonic Welding

• Fast welding - For most applications, welding times are short allowing increased production
Stable production - Setting conditions may be stored for future use ensuring consistent welds among

   production cycles

Quiet performance - Non-audible frequency range is used for most products
Air-tight seals – Selecting proper horns for each product accomplishes an air-tight weld
Environmentally friendly - No adhesive chemicals are used during the manufacturing process that

  compromise security and recyclability

Saves money - Shorter weld times significantly reduces manufacturing cost


Wide Selection of Ultrasonic Hornsclamping-jigs

Ultrasonic horns incorporate a half-wavelength resonator cavity which efficiently transmits vibration energy. Horn materials include aluminum alloy, titanium alloy, and die steel depending on the welding purpose.

We offer horns that best suit your particular work. We also design and manufacture clamping jigs.