Thermal Bond Microdot Interlining Manufacturer
Thermal Bond Microdot Interlining Manufacturer India
thermal bond microdot interlining manufacturer
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Thermo-bonded Nonwovens - Fusible Interlinings
(with Microdot Coating)
We are one of the biggest suppliers in India for different varieties of thermo-bonded nonwovens such as 100% polyester nonwoven (adhesive and fusible) interlining, thermal and terylene nonwoven fabric or nylon as base material. These base fabrics are then finished through the different processes such as scatter-glue powder coating on the base cloth or paste-dot/double-dot coating, which is done using hot-rolling mechanisms. We consistently uphold the quality standards for our products and supply interlinings that are REACH compliant. To know more, please visit the Quality Assurance Page.

We provide thermally-bonded nonwovens whose base cloth can be manufactured using different mechanisms such as:
  • Hot calendaring
  • Belt calendaring
  • Air thermal bonding
  • Ultrasonic bonding
  • Radiant-heat bonding
And thereon coated with powder coating substrates using different techniques such as :
  • Scatter Coating
  • Paste-Dot Coating
  • Thermal Spraying
  • Chemical and Electrochemical techniques
  • Bonding Technique: Thermo-bonded fabric
  • Width: 36", 40", 44", 48", 52", 60"
  • Coating: Scatter-coating, Paste-Dot, Double-dot, Spray Coating
  • Patterns: Single dot-coating, Big-Dot coating, Small-Dot Coating, Double-dot coating, Flower-dot coating
  • Powder: PES, PA, EVA, LDPE, HDPE (as per customer's requirement)
  • Colour: White, Super White, Black, Grey Colour, Charcoal
  • Item Numbers: 7030, 7025, 7035, 7040, 7050, 7055, 62200, 8018, 8080 etc.
Compared to other bonding processes, thermal bonding and the products thus obtained offer a number of advantages:
  1. Quality of product soft and textile-like.
  2. High economic efficiency as compared to chemical bonding with binder agents because no water evaporation is required, i.e., considerable energy saving results. In comparison with chemical bonding, thermal bonding only has a heat energy requirement of 1/4 to 1/6 (also in this respect ecologically beneficial).
  3. Less expensive machinery. The capital expenditure, maintenance and operating costs are often lower because no binder preparation station and no binder application units are required.
  4. It is possible to bond even thicker webs uniformly and thoroughly to the core that cannot be achieved by spraying. While a regular bonding effect across the web cross- section can be achieved for a web with a homogeneous distribution of the binding fibres, spraying only produces a bonding effect in the outer layers of the web.
  5. No binder agents are required and no curing process is needed. Hence, there is no exhaust air or wastewater problem. Objections against certain chemicals can be dropped. Thus, thermal bonding is non-polluting. (Note: New developments of the binder producers in the meantime have put on the market new dispersions, which also can be considered ecologically harmless).
  6. As pure polymer fibres or blends can be used for thermal bonding processes, recyclability is 100% in practice.
  7. Fibre properties can be influenced in an ideal manner (e.g. flame-retardence, nonwovens with high bulk and excellent resilience owing to fibre crimping, heat-insulating characteristics due to hollow fibre, etc.).
Widely used in fashion garments:
  • Jackets
  • Overcoats
  • Collars
  • Trousers
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