Using the very latest in hot melt processing technology and spray lamination, Berisfords Ribbons are now able to provide you with a quality Lamination service that is suitable for all areas of fabric lamination.
Laminated fabrics are made when two or more layers of fabrics are bonded together using a polymer film, this is what creates the laminate material to have its shiny effect. The strength which comes when the fabrics are bonded together is why these fabrics are often used on products such as raincoats, which need to be tough and sturdy.
How we make our laminated fabrics here at Berisfords Ribbons is through a process called the hot melt gravure process. This is very precise and requires just the right level of adhesive on all of our laminated material. Here is how we use this process to achieve such high-quality results:
The end result is a very controllable and consistent bond level that can be a fully durable and of permanent bond strength.
Due to the flexibility of this process, finished laminations retain a high degree of handle softness making this the perfect lamination process for both high performance and lightweight technical fabric composites. To make the highest quality fabrics available, the hot melt gravure process is definitely the way to go. It has ultimate precision and relatively high production rate in comparison to other methods as it allows for large amounts of fabric to be made, all in keeping with our constant high standards.
Hot Melt lamination is generally regarded within the industry as the leader in process lamination bonding techniques. It is one of the most premium quality fabric lamination services in the UK. Berisfords Ribbons supply a comprehensive range of stock line nylon and cotton backing fabrics that are suitable for all lamination requirements. All fabrics are further supported by our ability to offer a full special colour service utilising our own internal dye house. A full development and sampling service is available upon request.
Still unsure as to whether you need a laminated fabric material? Here is a list of uses for laminated fabrics:
Lingerie and Swimwear (including Foam and Fibrefill)
General garment textiles
Hot melt lamination – industry leader in process lamination bonding techniques
Whilst every effort has been made to simulate colours, these are as close as the screen resolution allows.