Coating by impregnation
Impregnation or also full bath coating
- definition: the substrate is drenched into a fluid, then it is squeezed controlled using a 2-roller system. The added volume of coating material absorbed by your fabric is expressed in "the pick up", which means x % of the fabric weight after impregnation. Later the substrate is dried and fixated ensuring that the introduced chemicals deliver the desired properties.
- possible materials: all flexible materials such as for instance knitted, woven, nonwoven, …
- added values are: water-repellent, hardening, softening, fire-retardant, induction of micro-capsules, anti-bacterial finishing, improvement of cutting performance, improvement of fibre bonding, .....
- industries: all
- max width 3m10 on a stretcher-dryer