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Innovative bonding
and couplings
for every application.


We create various types of couplings with 2 or more layers
on different types of fabrics and materials, the various types
of lamination change according to the customer’s needs,
the type of base on which we work and the technical characteristics
required by the final material. The experience and know-how in this procedure
is a fundamental component as different types of applications
lead to very different results even when using the same fabrics.

Lamination by dots

This lamination is used when there is the need
to maintain a soft hand and a high level of
transpiration and elasticity in the final fabric.
It is used in many sectors, especially in
technical, sports and fashion clothing.

Full Field Lamination

The full field lamination is used to obtain
characteristics of strength and resistance
for the creation of support and protection fabrics
in the most varied technical sectors such as
hospital field, workwear, footwear and fashion.

Laminates with polyurethane foams

The laminations with polyurethane foams can be ester or
ether-based, according to the different needs. They vary
in thickness, weight, density and physical characteristics.
Mainly used in the production of padding and anti-
shock fabrics, in the automotive and hospital sectors.

Laminates with various neoprene thicknesses

The bonding with neoprene of different thicknesses is
used to obtain a resistant, insulating, water-repellent but
at the same time soft and elastic material. Used a lot in
sports, nautical and automotive sectors but also in the
creation of fashion accessories.

Hotmelt Lamination

Hotmelt lamination can be both “by dots” and “full field”,
thanks to the technology of hot fusion of the glue  which
allows to couple any type of fabric or substrate to meet
all fields of application needs. This technique is largely
used in sports, outdoor and footwear clothing.

Flame lamination with MTP

Flame bonding with Mtp is realized through heat which
allows the material to blend naturally into the fabrics
without the use of any glue.
This process is used to create padded fabrics such as
helmet linings or lining fabrics for cycling pads.