Fluoroplastic manufacturers

General Purpose Sampling Bags

Adtech have a variety of fabrication and welding techniques for bag manufacture.

Consequently, by using our standard and high frequency (HF) welding equipment we can make bags out of most plastic films: PVC, Polyurethane, Halar,Mylar and Metallised Laminates, etc.

Adtech have a variety of fabrication and welding techniques for bag manufacture. Adtech have a variety of fabrication and welding techniques for bag manufacture. Adtech have a variety of fabrication and welding techniques for bag manufacture. Adtech have a variety of fabrication and welding techniques for bag manufacture.

We use a High Frequency (HF) welding technique for producing PVC and PU (polyurethane) sampling bags. The standard thickness of PVC film we hold in stock is 0.25mm, however, we can work with a wide variety of different thicknesses and grades to suit our customers' individual needs. With our bespoke welding techniques and HF welding equipment, we can produce complex three dimensional configurations and are also happy to offer in small batch quantities and carry out development work for new projects.

PVC and Polyurethane (PU) Sample Bags

Standard bags are welded from 0.25mm thick film using a high frequency (HF) welding process.  We have a unique method of producing flanged connectors from flexible PVC tube, and can also offer a range of rigid PVC connectors and cap closures.

Metallised Laminate Films

Our standard welding process can be used with metallised laminates, and gas sample bags made from these films are subject to minimum order quantities. Please contact our technical sales team to discuss your requirements in more detail.

Still not sure if these are the right bags for your application?  Then contact our customer service team on +44 (0) 1285 762000 or sales@adtech.co.uk.

What is high frequency welding? HF welding is the joining of material by supplying an electromagnetic field and pressure. The electrical energy causes the molecules within the material to move, which generates heat and then softens the material so it fuses together. After cooling the welded surface is fused and welded together, creating an extremely strong weld.