BN-X2020C Ultrasonic wire welding machine For automobile

BN-X2020C Ultrasonic wire welding machine For automobile

Ultrasonic wire splicer with PLC



Ultrasonic splicing is the process of welding aluminum or copper wires. Under the high-frequency vibration pressure, the metal surfaces rub against each other, so that the atoms inside the metal are fully diffused and recrystallized. The wire harness has high strength after welding without changing its own resistance and conductivity.

After 2016, due to the development of the electric vehicle industry, the application of high-voltage cables in automobiles has become a very important field. The international advanced technology began to use ultrasonic welding to completely replace the crimping, becoming a more stable and safer connection method.


Advantage of Ultrasonic wire welding

1.Faster welding and safe . 

2.No acid , No solder . easy operate 

3.High strength . up to 80% strength of original copper wires.

4.cold welding , no change the metal’s resistance

5.PLC control system .can track each time welding data .

6.Up to 70mm square copper wire welding


Product Model Power working frequency weld area working pressure voltage weight size(mm)
Ultrasonic Wire Welding Machine X2020C 2kw 20khz 0.35-14mm² 0.05-0.9Mpa 220v 40kg 520*180*200
X2030A 3kw 20khz 0.35-20mm² 0.05-0.7Mpa 220v 37kg 560*220*240
X2030B 3kw 20khz 0.35-20mm² 0.05-0.7Mpa 220v 40kg 560*220*240
X2040A 4kw 20khz 0.35-30mm² 0.05-0.9Mpa 220v 37kg 560*180*220
X2040B 4kw 20khz 0.5-30mm² 0.05-0.9Mpa 220v 40kg 560*180*220
X2040C 4kw 20khz 0.5-35mm² 0.05-0.9Mpa 380v 40kg 560*180*220

Application : 

Ultrasonic wire splicer:

Suitable for welding of copper and aluminum wire harnesses, automotive connector wire harnesses, and ultrasonic welding of copper wires such as wire harness terminals, enameled wires, motor lead wires and wiring harnesses, and aluminum wires. If you have products that need to be welded, please inquire, our company provides free proofing services.


Samples of copper wire welding



Have Questions and Want to Consult?

Contact Us Today For A Free Quote