Textile coating and laminating

- Sep 09, 2019-

Compound fabric refers to the multi-layer fabric bonded together, or through the fabric and polymer or other materials composite together, formed a complex with multiple functions.In recent years, the research of compound fabric mainly focuses on the research of waterproof, moisture and permeability, conductive/anti-static, electromagnetic wave protection, photocatalysis, temperature regulation and various properties of composite material with compound fabric as reinforcement base.

According to the compound materials, the fabrics can be divided into three types: fabric/fabric compound, polymer/fabric compound, metal/fabric compound.From the point of view of technology, the compound of fabric can be realized through the design of fabric structure, fabric lamination technology, coating technology, chemical plating, vacuum plating and sputtering technology.

And XINDOU main research and development is coating technology.

Coating technology:

Textile coating usually refers to the uniform coating of high molecular compounds on the surface of the fabric, forming a layer or multi-layer film on the surface of the fabric, which can not only improve the appearance and style of the fabric, but also increase the function of the fabric, making the fabric have special functions such as waterproof, water pressure resistant, breathable and moisture permeable, flame retardant, anti-fouling and light blocking and reflection.

Conductive metal or metal oxide particles can also be added into the coating slurry by coating technology to form an conductive coating on the surface of the fabric, so that the fabric can obtain conductive, electromagnetic shielding, heat conduction, photocatalytic degradation, wave absorption and other characteristics. The main metal or metal oxides include silver, copper, iron oxides, titanium dioxide and so on.In the coating process, the metal materials need to be refined into nanoparticles to ensure the formation of uniform and strong conductive metal film on the surface of the fabric.