Lamination - Backing

  • Bonding by Melting Foils and Powder Glues

    This type of material lamination uses melting adhesive foil, mesh, and fleece, or possibly powder glue. Foils used are copolyamide, copolyester, polyurethane, and EVA based. After heating-up by passing through the melting zone, the bonding materials are melted on by pressing between the rollers; consequently, the laminate is fixated by passing through the cooling zone. Materials may be layered variously, thus achieving either two- or multi-layered combinations. The maximum working width of materials used is 180 cm.

  • Flame Bonding Using PU and PE Foams

    Lamination by PU and PE foams may be done by one-sided, double-sided, or possibly multi-layer melting-down of either polyurethane or polyethylene foam by a gas burner onto an arbitrary fabric. Various widths of foams may be used for bonding. Area material, textile; artificial leather; paper; etc., is applied onto the created melt on the go. Cooling-down bonds the materials, creating a so-called sandwich. The maximum working width of materials used is 180 cm.


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