The lamination is performed on a continuous laminating machine. It can take place under a hot or cold temperature, depending on the adhesive layer used. Materials can be bonded in the belt and in the plates. We can bond woven and non-woven textiles, cardboard, leather, foils and other materials.
Conglomerates for shoe insoles
The conglomerate for shoe insoles is formed by gluing the base layer with the face layer. The base layer is usually a PES non-woven fabric with a surface weight of 200 - 800 g/m2. Depending on the type of fibre of this layer used, the resulting conglomerate has different properties, e.g. different levels of stiffness. When using bicomponent fibres, the resulting material can be thermoformed. The face layer consists of a non-woven or woven lining textiles. Depending on the type of this layer, the resulting material acquires different properties, such as increased abrasion resistance or a different ability to absorb and desorb moisture.
Bonded face textiles and cardboard
Bonded face textiles and cardboard. Cardboard gives the textile the possibility of further processing at the manufacturer, e.g. haberdashery products, as would not be possible with non-glued textiles. This option is economically advantageous. We can glue the material on a belt or in plates.
Bonded latex foam and cardboard
Bonded latex foam and cardboard. The cardboard gives the latex foam layer the possibility of further processing at the manufacturer, which would not be possible with non-glued foam. Latex foam can also be glued to other types of plates.
Bonded PES, PAD fabrics
Bonded PES, PAD or cotton fabrics. We glue two-layered fabrics. We glue various types of textiles according to customer requirements.
Leather split bonded with face foil
Leather split bonded with face foil. We stick a polymer foil on the leather split and thus create a visible and durable synthetic layer on the natural substrate. Depending on the type of foil used, the leather split will acquire the required properties.
Bonded face leather with textile
Bonded face leather with textile. By gluing the textile, the leather acquires the required mechanical properties. It is also possible to glue the lining textile to the reverse side of the leather.