Adhesive Coating & Lamination
Our two coating lines layer various acrylic and rubber based adhesive systems directly onto coated release liners or film carriers. Our adhesive formulations are proprietary to J&T and can be customized for specific applications.
Our laminating capabilities are extensive, beginning with the 14 different pieces of equipment we operate. Each machine is capable of bonding various materials together through a wide array of techniques. Whether you require an adhesive on one side, both sides or multiple materials bonded together, you can count on J&T to get it right. Our lamination techniques include:
- Direct Heat (Heat Assist)
- Roll to Roll
An automated process that uses hot melt adhesive systems to combine two or more substrates. Dry adhesives require heat reactivation and pressure for optimal bond. Dry adhesives come in web and film roll formats.
Flame lamination is an automated roll process of joining flexible materials together using heat and pressure. Flexible foams are passed over an open flame, creating a thin, tacky adhesive layer on the surface. Secondary materials, such as nonwovens and knit fabrics, are introduced to the heated foam surface. These combined materials pass through a set of pressure rollers, generating a bond between layers.