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RF Conveyor Belt Welding Systems


The JTE Conveyor Belt Welding System is another example of a powerful and useful machine in the JTE Conveyor Belt line up.  This system is frequently used to weld cleats and sidewalls and has the ability to be customized for extra tall cleats.  Like most JTE Machines, this welder features a Schneider PLC and HMI Touch Screen.  

The equipment shown has an output power of 15kW and is able to weld a maximum of 82 square inches on average material as well as finger splices.  The Welding System is intended for use with endless belts to fit width of machine or longer (minimum length is approximately 90").

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JTE Machines is a division of Thermex-Thermatron Systems.

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Jte Rf Conveyor Belt Welder

Lightweight conveyor belt welding for use in various industries including airports, automotive, food, pharmaceuticals, hygiene, recycling, packaging, treadmills, and more.

  • Utilized for conveyor belt cleats and sidewalls
  • 208/220/240V, Three (3) Phase, 60Hz
  • Enhanced Grounding System to accommodate increased daylight
  • Enhanced Tool Holder allows tool to be slid out and cantilevered for quick, accessible cleat loading
  • This machine can also be used for Finger Splice welds with the addition of special tooling
  • Cantilevered table for easy entry and exit of belt
  • Solid State Rectifiers
  • Auto Tuning
  • Pneumatic operation
  • Fast acting Arc Suppressor
  • Auto open and close of safety guard
  • Pre-drilled for Oil Cooling System
  • Output power available from 4kW - 25kW
  • Can be customized for extra tall cleats
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Product Technical Specifications for the RF Conveyor Belt Welding Systems



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Conveyor Belt Welders – Conveyor Belt Welders use Radio Frequency as a dielectric heat source to externally soften and seal the thermoplastic belt materials to create a strong bond.  This plastic welding process is used throughout the lightweight conveyor belt industry.