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dipping

dipping

“What is dipping?”
Dipping is a process that endows base materials with new features that they would not otherwise possess. This is done by uniformly applying only the required quantity of substances such as chemicals and resins to the base material.

Process:
Dipping is also known as impregnation. We uniformly apply chemicals and resins in only the required amount to base materials such as textiles, to give these materials a variety of features.

Resin・Chemicals

RFL
Latex
Acrylic
Urethane
PVA

Non-woven fabric, woven fabric, knitted fabric (base material)

Nylon
Polyester
Rayon
Glass
Vinylon

Effect of dipping

Water repellent
Deodorant
Antibacterial
fragrance
texture adjustment
Adhesion
Coloring
Flame retardant

We have particular skill in reinforcing fiber processing, essential for applications such as tires and conveyor belts, and we specialize in dip processing of chemicals to facilitate adhesion between reinforcing fibers and rubber.
In addition to holding the weight of the car and absorbing shocks incurred while driving, a tire must be properly weighted, facilitate power transmission and performance and be puncture-resistant.
This means that the reinforcing fibers inside it also need to have excellent performance and quality.

Processing content list

Industrial materials

Improve adhesion of reinforcement for tire
Improvement of adhesive strength of reinforcing material for belt conveyor, dimensional stability

Household goods

Air purification filter Antibacterial deodorant
  • weaving
  • dipping
  • scouring
  • dyeing
  • bonding
  • coating
  • ecocycle