Laminating multiple layers - converting solutions

Laminating self-adhesive materials

PolarSeal has extensive facilities to laminate flexible material substrates onto a huge variety of other substrates thus enabling us to supply you with tape or die-cuts constructed to your unique specification.

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wide web lamination

PolarSeal has extensive facilities to laminate self-adhesive materials such as surgical film onto a huge variety of other substrates thus enabling us to supply you with tape or die cuts constructed to your unique specification. The diversity of PolarSeal’s machinery allows us to manufacture and design products not available in any standard product range. These may include differential adhesives, special adhesives and thicknesses, strip or zone lamination. Adhesive types include acrylic, rubber based, synthetic, thermosetting, silicone and hypo allergenic. The ability to produce laminated products up to 1600mm wide gives PolarSeal great flexibility, allowing a vast range of standard, pre-approved and specialised substrates to be configured.

MAXIMUM LAMINATION WIDTH: 1600mm
MAXIMUM REWIND DIAMETER: 600mm

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MULTI-ZONE LAMINATION

Multi-Zone lamination is frequently used to provide areas of non-adhesive material within a construction to aid in the handling and application of your product. This process may also be used to provide narrow areas of adhesive for temporary holding or placement of parts.

MAXIMUM LAMINATION WIDTH: 1600mm
MAXIMUM REWIND DIAMETER: 600mm

Innovative processes to combine materials

Our in-house laminating capabilities allow us to combine several materials on different presses, with more materials processed and combined on bespoke presses. Our in-house laminating processes include:

Frequently Asked QUestions

Lamination is a process of combining multiple layers of materials.

  1. Stable and versatile
  2. Increased strength with a variety of materials
  3. Application of a trusted adhesive
  4. Application of varied material thickness which can be applied to many standard products
  5. Conducted in a cleanroom environment
This describes the partial adhesive coverage of a component. This can be accomplished through converting – by laminating materials together, precision die cutting materials, and removing waste material from the finished part.

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