Some textile laminating machines use PTFE coated process belts to protect heated surfaces from adhesion of the partially melted laminate material and their adhesives to the heated metal platens. For machines with two heated surfaces, top and bottom, two belts running in synchronisation are used to aid release once lamination with adhesive has occurred. These types of machine typically laminate 2 textile products together using a powdered adhesive scattered in the centre to weld the two textiles together. OEM made machines such as Meyer, Reliant and Veit Kannegeisser use this type of fusing system extensively.
The Taconic Anti-Static series of fabrics (AS) are commonly used in fuse pressing and thermo-fixing as they have the have the highest thermal conductivity which provides the best heat transfer. They are normally chosen in applications where there is surface static build-up which requires dissipation. Anti-Static materials are also known as static dissipative.
|Product||Standard width [mm]||Nominal thickness [mm]||Weight [g/m2]||Download datasheet|
|7103||1000, 1500||0,235||490||Log in|
|TacFuse 10 AS||1000, 1500, 2000||0,235||490||Log in|
|TacFuse 11 AS||2000, 2400, 2600||0,26||550||Log in|
|TacFuse 14 AS||1000, 1500, 2000||0,34||680||Log in|
|715KAS||1390, 2000, 2300||0,37||570||Log in|
|9108-3||1000, 1500, 2000||0,23||490||Log in|
|7148||1000, 1500, 2000||0,34||680||Log in|
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