Plastic Repair Kit G-80

Welding Iron Type T-80

Easy to use and economical.
Repair of cracks and holes in plastic parts.

By the new welding method, you get new possibilities of the repair technology. Parts made of thermoplastic plastic, that can not be repaired with adhesion methods, can be repaired with this system.

Car-RepairBycicle-Repair
Ski-RepairKanu-Repair

 

The Kit consists of :

Description:

Plastic-Welding-Kit T-80
The kit consists all you need for repairs.
  1. Welding Iron 75 W, 230 V with Temperature Control
  2. Standard-Welding-Tip
  3. Stand for Iron
  4. Piston for Welding Rod
  5. Brassbrush
  6. Heat transfer powder
  7. Manual

Material to be used up:

  1. stainless reinforcing grid

Welding Sticks in following Thermoplastics (5 Stück á 200 mm)

  1. ABS (Acrylnitril Butadien Styrol)
  2. PE (Polyethylen)
  3. PP (Polypropylen)
  4. PS (Polystyrol)

Andvantages of the T-80

Welding-Iron T-80 and belonging welding-sticks
Repairing a bike facing with our welding-iron.

Using adhesives for repair of PE and PP many poeple have tried ...

This new welding procedure introduces new possibilities in repair techniques .
It is easy to learn and practice (without special training).
The equipment makes no noise and is light-weighted.
Heat transfer by contact, in contrast to hot air.
It can be welded in direct proximity to heat sensitive parts (e.g. cable, textiles ...).
Thin parts and plates can be welded.
No uncontrolled heat transfer, which leads to smaller distortions in parts which are to be welded.
Heating up with hot air can not be made so exactly, which has the consequence, that with the hot-air-technology holes can be burned into the parts, that are to be welded.
No oxidation of the parts by hot air.
Oxide coatings on the welding rod do not have to be removed before the work can begin. This method needs only little space. It is the ideal method for small and large holes.
Problematic plastics with water-absorbing characteristics can be welded more easily (e.g. ABS, PC, PA).
Low capacity necessary (only 75 W).
Even foamed plastic can be welded.

Customized tips on request.

Repairmethod with reinforcing grid

principle, reinforcing grid in the surface
Bringing in the reinforcing grid into the surface.
  1. Part, which you would like to repair (defective part)
  2. Use the welding-iron in order to melt up the material surrounding the defective part
  3. Bring in the reinforing grid (stainless)
  4. Press the reinforcing grid under the surface
  5. Fill up the area with plastic, in order to snooth the surface

The flexible metall grid helps to make the plastic stronger at the repaired area.
You can remodel missing parts or use it for cleaning and closing holes.

After tacking the repair area, the reinforing grid ist molten with the heated welding iron tip around the location of the damage area.
The metal mash has two tasks. On the one hand ist increases the tensile strength of the repair (such as glass fiber mats in glass fiber reinforced plastics).
On the other hand, the heat of welding iron conducts through the reinforcing grid deeply into the plastic.

The flexible mash is also suitable for remodeling of missing pieces or to clean holes. We always give the preference to homogeneous welding of thermoplastic (ie, meltable) plastics because of the highest long-term strength that will be achieved without having to excessively large amounts of melt from the repair sticks similar to the use of adhesives that would be required.
The reinforcement grid is also useful for the repair that is made with adhesives, fillers or melt adhesives.

For repairs in series, for example of operators of multi-path pools of plastic packings, the Drader Injectiweld is often used.