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Ultrasonic Lamination and Embossing for Nonwovens

Excellent for Processing Lofty Webs or Materials

Enables bonding through lofty nonwoven structures that contain SAP (superabsorbent polymers) and other non-thermoplastic elements, thereby minimizing or eliminating the need for costly, messy and performance-inhibiting adhesives.

Faster Processing Speeds

Enables faster bonding capability due to rotary components. Rotary ultrasonic bonding is capable of more than 800 meters per minute in some applications.

Increased Operational Efficiency

When the cost of operating and maintaining the adhesive applicator equipment is eliminated, labor and utility costs will decrease.

Product Design Flexibility

Embossing can be done during the lamination process or separately. Anvils are often customized with intricate patterns such as logos and other designs.

Material Cost Savings

Ultrasonic technology provides cost savings by providing the option of purchasing less expensive, lighter weight nonwoven materials and elastics. This is because there is no bleed-through due to the adhesive.

Improved Product Comfort

Eliminating adhesive allows the finished product to be softer, odor-free, and offer more breathability. It also enables the use of lighter weight fabrics so the final product is thinner and has reduced visibility when wearing.

Increased Sustainability

Ultrasonic bonding consumes less energy because it replaces hot melt delivery and application systems with a highly efficient ultrasonic energy source. Furthermore, there are fewer toxins in the landfill after the product is used.


The Aurizon® Ultrasonic Lamination and Embossing technologies offer a variety of solutions for a broad range of end-use applications. We have solutions for bonding materials together utilizing our proven and patented technology without the need for glue. Aurizon® Ultrasonic Lamination systems use a low-density anvil pattern to tack materials together while leaving the majority of the web open for other functional attributes (e.g. absorbency). Similar to lamination, embossing is achieved by manipulating the anvil pattern to melt materials in a way that imparts a pattern into the surface of the materials.

Ultrasonic bonding is the process of using high-frequency compression/relaxation of materials against specially designed anvil patterns that cause them to heat at the molecular level and melt. This process enables the materials to flow around the shapes of the anvil and adhere to each other and to other materials that are in the web matrix. When coupled with a rotary anvil, the two components form an in-running nip that effectively delivers energy to the materials passing through.

Our ultrasonic solutions can be customized in a variety of ways to offer unique process solutions in many hygiene and personal care applications. We welcome inquiries where our expertise and process knowledge can be leveraged to provide honest and open discussion under complete confidentiality.


Key Features

  • High speed intermittent or continuous processing - up to 2700fpm
  • Can be run non-contact to minimize wear
  • Enables bonding of lofty materials and/or very thin materials
  • Capable of effective bonding of dissimilar materials
  • Significant energy savings over other sealing methods
  • Highly efficient, proven, reliable bonding method
  • Increase line run speed and process output without risking quality
  • Adaptable to existing process equipment
  • Accommodates various applications
  • Components are durable and offer long service life
  • Adaptable to specialty applications

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