ADHESIVE LAMINATION

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Our specialized adhesive lamination equipment works using pressure and heat to create permanent bonds between dissimilar products. The process works by feeding rolls of two or more different materials through large rollers under precise pressure and temperature conditions. In some cases, one material may have a carefully selected adhesive pre-applied so it comes in contact with the other material during the rolling process. In other cases, an adhesive may be evenly sprayed or rolled on the materials as they unspool so they are thoroughly coated before they enter the rolling area. The new composite material is spooled at the end of the lamination process so that it can be slit to your specified lengths and widths or shipped as for use in your manufacturing facility. Regardless of the number of materials bonded and the adhesive application methodology, the material that results is permanently bonded and will have a combination of the characteristics of each material used.

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ADVANTAGES OF ADHESIVE LAMINATION

Adhesive lamination allows you to combine materials with various characteristics giving you a combination of the properties you need. Here are some examples of foam properties you can utilize with adhesive lamination:

    • Density
    • Insulating properties
    • Flexibility
    • Sound absorption
    • Durability
    • Compressibility
    • Abrasion resistance
    • Breathability
    • Permeability
    • Solvent and chemical resistance
    • Appearance and aesthetics
    • Buoyancy and weight
    • Flammability and fire retardant specs
    • Regulatory approvals such as FDA, UL, ULC