3. ADHESIVE LAMINATION
Unless one of the fabrics develops adhesive properties in certain conditions, an additional medium is necessary
to secure the bonding between the layers. Two adhesive lamination techniques are illustrated below.
A solvent or emulsion adhesive is applied to the netting or the
nonwoven, putting both materials together under pressure
and letting the solvent evaporate.
Powders (e.g. E.V.A.), plastisols or hot melt adhesives
are applied to one of the substrates via several coating
techniques: roll coating, spray coating, die coating, etc., and
laminated together under pressure.
Adhesive Application 1st Material
CONWED Netting Combination Nip