Laminating thicker closed cell crosslinked foams is the technique of manufacturing a material in multiple layers. So that the composite material achieves improved strength, stability, sound insulation, appearance or other properties.
Most noteworthy, we laminate foam to 105 mm（4.125″） thickness to meet requirement of customer.
Laminating thicker closed cell crosslinked foams is most often used as a fabrication method. When there is a need to create a thicker material, which is the combination of multiple materials. Our lamination capabilities coupled with our access to a myriad of foams, fabrics and other specialty materials. In order that provide our customers a go-to solutions provider who can solve their unique component and packaging challenges.
Way of Laminating Thicker Closed Cell Crosslinked Foams
When combining a foam to another foam by flame lamination. The heat melts the surface of the foam. Turning it into a tacky substance that essentially acts as an adhesive. That surface is then combine with another material. And then bond the two goods together under pressure.