Emerson ramps up face mask production with Branson Ultrasonics bonding

Published: 1 April 2020 - 5 a.m.
By: Martin Menachery
An article in the 24 March 2020 Design World Online explains how the urgent need has numerous manufacturers stepping up to increase production. One example is Emerson — its customers use its ultrasonic technology to manufacture these non-woven garments quickly, safely and cleanly. William Vaughan, vice president of business development and global marketing for assembly technologies at Emerson, told Design World that not only are its current ultrasonic clients stepping up production, new clients in parallel industries and completely new manufacturers are purchasing the technology to increase production of these critical medical garments.

Emerson offers Branson ultrasonic equipment that can slit, bond, seal, or quilt nonwoven synthetic materials to meet a wide range of medical and non-medical application requirements. Medical applications include surgical face masks, face shields, disposable hygiene products, gowns and filter media.

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