In laminated structures, the connection is achieved through heat – no other conflicting raw materials, such as adhesives, etc., enter the structure of the laminate.
Lamination is carried out continuously with heat through a hot roller.
Laminated foam is processed further, e.g. into bags, sacks and pre-cut parts. EPE (expanded polyethylene) laminated foam + HDPE or LDPE film is a typical combination. But other materials such as AL foil, backing paper, non-woven fabric, etc., can also be used. Laminated foam is produced in rolls up to a roll diameter of 1000 mm. The maximum width of the laminated foam is 2,200 mm.
|WIDTH:||100–2 500 mm|