Nonwoven thermal bonding interlining is made by adding hot melt adhesive fibers to polyester fibers, melting the hot melt adhesive, and bonding the polyester fibers through a hot rolling process to make a nonwoven backing, then coated with LDPE or EVA adhesive powder according to demand. The non-woven base fabric produced has a softer feel and uses very few chemical additives, making it more environmentally friendly and widely used for various types of garment lining or temporary bonding.
Detailed specifications: 12G LDPE or EVA adhesive powder on 25G hot rolled process backing, generally using a dusting of flat glue sizing process.
|100% polyester chemical fiber
|Base fabric: 25G; Coating: 12G
|within 2 meters
|according to customer requirements
|PE transparent plastic bag
|5603911090; 5603921090; 5603931090.
| Glue powder:
| LDPE pressing temperature:
| EVA pressing temperature:
Backing production: The polyester staple fiber, or and other fibers through the open cotton process to fully break up the fiber, dot fusing mixed, and then after carding, laying the network, by hot rolling stick hot roll forming to complete the production of the base fabric. Glue powder coating: The hot melt adhesive resin is ground into certain particle size of hot melt the adhesive powder, then the hot melt adhesive powder is scattered on the top surface of the backing as evenly as possible, then the powder is hot molten in the drying room, flat fusing on the top surface of the backing and then cooled, or the adhesive powder is flattened by hot pressing roller, the finished product is hot rolled nonwoven interlining.
830SF Thermal bonded interlining is low cost and easy to use for all types of general garment interlining, or for temporary bonding and low-temperature bonding applications.
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