Ultrasonic welding VS threaded seam: major differences

During the Coronavirus epidemic, many people took a close look at their health. It’s no surprise, because an invisible enemy can wait at every turn. In order to protect themselves and their loved ones as much as possible, most people today diligently observe quarantine, wear protective masks, wash their hands and use sanitizers.

Those who have to be at the forefront of COVID-19 – medical stuff, virologists, employees of virological laboratories, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of the Internal Affairs, emergency services and others – have to be particularly careful to protect themselves from the dangerous virus. Special suits will help protect the body, but not all of them are as safe as possible.
The fact is that many manufacturers use a normal thread seam instead of ultrasonic welding seam when sewing protective suits. Why is it so dangerous? Let us deal with it.

What is wrong with a threaded seam?

It would seem – what is wrong with a threaded seam? After all, the use of high-quality special materials for sewing workwear is enough to protect the body. In fact, it is not. A threaded seam, no matter how strong it is and no matter what stitch is used to create it, will contain gaps.

Of course, special suits with a threaded seam can protect you from penetration by dangerous biological agents, and using them is better than using nothing at all. However, in direct contact with infected people, this protection is almost useless.

Judge for yourself – the gaps between the pieces of sewn fabric are nothing more than a huge portal to viruses. Through them, the COVID-19 virus or any other kind of virus will freely enter your skin and then your body, increasing the probability of infection many times over. So let’s leave a beautiful suture with a thread for a fashion atelier, but the sewing protective suits – for professionals who use ultrasonic welding technology in their work.

Features of ultrasonic welding of materials

Ultrasonic welding is a special technology used to connect materials to each other. It is used in various fields, particularly in the manufacture of high-quality protective suits for «Veneto». Thanks to ultrasonic welding, there is no need to use threads, regular seams, additional fasteners and, consequently, punctures in the material.

It should be noted that the quality of material bonding during ultrasonic welding only improves. In addition, ultrasonic welding improves the elasticity of coverall, making it more comfortable to work in it.

VenetoMed protective suits

Veneto uses ultrasonic welding technology to produce protective suits. Due to the Coronaviros epidemic, the company has scaled up production, hired professional seamstresses and, most importantly, purchased specialized medical fabrics and equipment to work with ultrasonic welding. Thanks to this, Veneto suits are able to provide increased protection for the body against viruses and other dangerous external factors, even in high-risk areas.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *