In partnership with CEMAS Elettra we are able to supply vibration welders which come in a range of sizes suitable for various components.

The Cemas Elettra range of vibration welders with up to date design and technology can meet a wide range of applications, all backed up by Xfurth sales and service in the UK. Click on the links to view the various sizes of machine in both standard and customisable options, some of which employ dual welding technology for even greater performance and application.


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