Thermal Lamination

For certain non-woven materials or closed cell foam, a thermal laminator is a reliable alternative to flame lamination while offering a durable bond strength. Thermal lamination relies on heat which is produced by circulating hot oil through a metal nip roll at 400°F. Two materials are then threaded around the hot roll, pass through a nip point, melt, and are bonded together. This thermal lamination process can provide protection, aesthetic properties, or additional acoustic absorption to the composite compound..


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