Gluing foam

Using adhe­si­ves in foam con­ver­si­on pro­vi­des a lar­ge num­ber of opti­ons to manu­fac­tu­re a vast array of pro­ducts for our cus­to­mers. Bes­i­des gluing cut­ting edges to crea­te new shapes, adhe­si­ves make it pos­si­ble to join a diver­se ran­ge of mate­ri­als. The com­bi­na­ti­on of various foam gra­des is well-known from the com­fort mar­ket seg­ment. Fur­ther­mo­re, a lar­ge num­ber of other mate­ri­als such as non­wo­vens, poly­es­ter mats or coar­se linen can be glued to foam to crea­te an infi­ni­te num­ber of pro­duct varia­ti­ons.

Two dif­fe­rent gluing methods are used for foam: first­ly, the adhe­si­ve is app­lied using a spray­ing tech­ni­que, which is nor­mal­ly used to join dif­fe­rent types of foam. Second­ly, a self-adhe­si­ve film can be app­lied to attach ano­t­her type of mate­ri­al to the foam. In eit­her case, Celloflex exclu­si­ve­ly uses disper­si­on adhe­si­ves for the sake of our envi­ron­ment and to pro­tect the health and safe­ty of both shop-floor staff and end users.

 

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