Our BM series rotary bonding machines have been designed for the continuous bonding or lamination of fashion and furnishing fabric, non-woven and film using web, mesh, powder and film adhesives. Either stand-alone or as part of a large production line, the machine has many configurations, often being part of a bespoke system and used in conjunction with a powder scattering device.
The BM series machines are multi-functional, capable of printing of foil effects onto fabric and also being used as a sublimation calender, for the fixation and setting of disperse and pigment inks and heat setting of fabric. The process is eco-friendly as there is no requirement to use water or solvents. Rotary bonding is widely used across the fashion, upholstery, technical or home textile, shoe, automotive and aerospace industries.
Close and constant temperature control in rotary bonding is achieved through the use of ‘oil filled’ heating drums. This provides excellent bond quality in terms of the adhesive penetration of the product and uniformity of the adhesion both across the width and throughout the length of the roll. Temperatures of up to 235 degrees Centigrade can be achieved across the range with speeds of up to around 15m/min depending upon your requirements.
Where rotary or flatbed bonding may not be appropriate, such as PPE production, we also offer ultrasonic bonding solutions.