For certain materials, thermal lamination is an economical and reliable alternative to flame lamination.
Materials that will not tolerate a flame can be bonded with the use of thermally activated adhesives to create a durable bond. Specific facings that flow with heat can be fused directly to the substrate material for a cohesive bond. Thermal lamination can be used in many applications to adjust and tune the acoustic performance of the materials to create the exact solution required for your application.
- Lofted Fiber Substrates
- Urethane Films
- Closed Cell Sponge
- Other Non-Flame Laminable material
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Ken M. – Sutphen Corp.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Thermal Lamination?
- Thermal Lamination film is a decorative film that has been extrusion coated with a thermal adhesive so that a heated lamination nip roll will activate the adhesive layer causing the film to adhere to the surface.