A company and its subsidiary manufacture radio-frequency (RF) heat-sealing equipment for use in medical device manufacturing. The machines are designed to support the validation of production specifications and compliance with FDA regulations. Through the integration of programmable logic controllers, manufacturers have a choice of process controls for the range of RF sealing machines available. The leading areas of control include the monitoring of process parameters, control of output power, accurate temperature sensing, control of die penetration, ram force control, and data acquisition and collection for subsequent statistical analysis.
Cosmos Electronic Machine Corp. and Kabar Manufacturing Corp.