Herrmann Ultrasonics Celebrates Its 25-Year Anniversary

BARTLETT, Ill. — July 31, 2015 — In 1990, Thomas Herrmann, the son of Walter Herrmann, who founded Herrmann Ultraschalltechnik GmbH in 1961, established Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc. in the Chicago area. Hermann Ultrasonics, Inc. is proud to recognize a milestone year in observance of their 25th anniversary.

Herrmann Ultrasonics has been focused on providing ultrasonic welding technology for various markets such as the medical, automotive, consumer, electronics, food and also the hygiene industry. The company has become the technology leader in ultrasonic welding by developing the most advanced products, providing ULTRASONICS ENGINEERING expertise and total solution offerings.
Continuous growth of its PLASTIC, PACKAGING and NONWOVENS divisions has allowed the company to establish Technology Centers throughout North America. The 20,000 sq. ft. facility, located in Bartlett, IL has been managed by Uwe Peregi since 2006. This modern and advanced facility allows Herrmann Ultrasonics to provide feasibility studies and trial runs in one of the three laboratories. Fast tooling delivery is standard due to in-house vertical integrated 3D tooling design and CNC manufacturing.
In honor of the significant occasion, Herrmann Ultrasonics will launch an anniversary edition of the proven HiQ MEDIALOG ultrasonic welding machine. This welder was inspired by Executive VP & General Manager Uwe Peregi and is mostly used by medical device manufacturers. A new look, cleanroom-friendly surfaces, additional safety features and exhausts to control particles contribute to the uniqueness of the HiQ MEDIALOG. The machine also includes the operator interface FSC, which meets the requirements of FDA CFR 21 part 11.
Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc. is very proud of the growth and achievements in the North American market over the past 25 years. The company looks forward to remaining the technology leader in ultrasonics in the next decade and beyond.

Posted August 4, 2015

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