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貼合

bonding / flame laminating

“What is bonding?”
Bonding is the process of joining base materials of all sorts to one another, with the use of the most appropriate resin.

“What is flame lamination?”
Flame lamination is a process in which the surface of urethane foam is heated over an open flame, and a base material is laminated, with the molten urethane as the adhesive.

The bonding process:
In most cases, materials are bonded with the use of a suitable water-based resin. However, we are also able to do bonding work using hot-melt film.

Base material

Natural material (weave / knitting)
Synthetic material (weave / knitting)
various films
Nonwoven fabric
Paper
Cotton
Urethane foam
Artificial leather
Rubber Sheet

Adhesion resin

Water system
Acrylic
Urethane
EVA
Hot melt film
TPU

Base material

Natural material (weave / knitting)
Synthetic material (weave / knitting)
various films
Nonwoven fabric
Paper
Cotton
Urethane foam
Artificial leather
Rubber Sheet

With bonding, a wide variety of adhesive resins allows for the processing of many different substrates.
It also yields a particularly soft texture and excellent breathability.

Processing content list

Industrial materials

Vehicle seat durable adhesion breathability
Filter sheet Durable adhesion breathability / deodorant

Frame laminating step

It is a method of gluing the surface of urethane foam with fire, bonding the cloth to where urethane has melted, and bonding.

Base material

Urethane foam
Tricot
Textiles
Artificial leather
Nonwoven fabric

effect

Releasability
Cushioning

The special feature of flame lamination is that it combines the ability to give the product a great appearance that has a feeling of three-dimensionality with the fact that it does not reduce the elasticity of the material.

Processing content list

Industrial materials

Release material for tire Releasability ・ Antifouling property
  • weaving
  • dipping
  • scouring
  • dyeing
  • bonding
  • coating
  • ecocycle