Lamination is a frequently used joining technique in which one or more layers are joined together. We have various techniques at our disposal, including sparylamination, roll coating, point lamination and making materials self-adhesive. These lamination techniques can be applied to textiles, leather, polyester wadding and foam.
During spray lamination, we ensure that glue is applied (sprayed) evenly to a material before it is joined. The type of glue is matched to the material to be laminated. Our production lines are equipped for lamination to a width of 50 to 220 centimetres. A single machine can laminate up to 2000 linear meters per day. With 4 machines in our possession, there is sufficient capacity for your wishes.
Roll coating ensures a solid connection between two materials. The adhesive layer consists of a dosed PUR or PSA hot melt. This technique allows flat materials, both flexible and rigid in nature, to be provided with a (heated) adhesive layer. Our machines can process materials up to a width of 2 meters and a thickness of 10 centimeters. Think for example of panels of wood, rubber, foam, CPL, HPL or MDF.
Spot lamination is a newer lamination technique. The adhesive is pressed onto the material via a meticulously engraved cylinder. Spot lamination ensures that materials get better properties such as a higher wash fastness, watertightness or self-adhesiveness. Our machine, a hot melt laminator, can laminate up to 15,000 meters per day with a maximum width of 220 centimeters.
Our advanced tape machine makes materials self-adhesive. This can apply to various materials such as foams, films, non-wovens and carpets. Of course, accurately tailored to the desired width.
Arly Laminating Quilting is ISO 9001 certified. The quality of the entire production process is carefully monitored and guaranteed from order intake to delivery and aftercare. Arly has its own test facilities for (customer-specific) testing of products for their properties and resistance.
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