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A new way to weld banners, marquees and tarpaulin


The HEMTEK ST is a new and compact bench mounted single user operated ma- chine, which produce banners, marquees and tarpaulin with greater efficiency and less cost, says Welwyn Tool Group, who distribute it in the UK.


Developed by Leister, the HEMTEK ST is an innovative table top hem welding machine. One of the most significant advantages, is it can complete the whole welding process from the beginning to the end (with welding speeds of up to 12m per minute). It is no longer necessary to complete the welding process with a hot air hand tool afterwards. This not only saves on time but also labour costs, says the company.


It also increases efficiency by accommodat- ing three different types of welding applica- tions. The single guide on the machine is able to produce a fully welded hem (closed) in 20, 30 and 40mm sizes; an open hem (up to 100mm); and with keder / rope and pipe welding. Previously, this required the oper- ator to use different guides to accommodate


the various applications. The HEMTEK ST’s welding applications also replaces more traditional methods such as overlap welding or tape.


Another benefit is the ease in which the ma- chine is operated. Simply mounted to a table top, once it is fixed into place using the secure quick clamp mechanism, it is ready to go. No setting up guides or fixing hot air hand tools into place.


The machine is controlled by a single foot pedal, which frees both of the operator’s hands to guide the material through. Other welding machines require a greater degree of skill and accuracy from the operator, which increases the chance of mis-aligned seams or poor quality hem edges.


The HEMTEK ST was developed to facili- tate banner, marquee and tarpaulin manu- facturers to cope with increased demand levels, enabling them to increase their pro- duction efficiency levels, reduce overall pro- duction costs and save labour time.


The machine is controlled with a foot pedal so the operator can use both hands to guide material through.


Welwyn supply the full range of Leister plas- tic welding and industrial process heat equipment, and offers highly competent technical support by their team of dedicated engineers.


Phone: 0800 856 0057 info@welwyntoolgroup.com www.welwyntoolgroup.com


The HEMTEK ST hem welding machine, an easy to use and innovative machine to make banners, marquees and tarpaulin. 18 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


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