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Kunststoffe international 2001/04

Lower Energy Consumption and Improved Recyclability compared with Latex Composites: Coating Carpets

Lower Energy Consumption and Improved Recyclability compared with Latex Composites: Coating Carpets

The extrusion coating process permits composite carpets to be produced in a single operation. The only brief, unilateral thermal stressing that prevails preserves the pile fibre and ensures good dimensional stability over the entire carpet structure. Final widths of 4 and 5 m can be achieved on an extrusion coating plant thanks to the variable coating widths. Production speeds of up to 35 m/min are possible. The extrusion coating process can be either installed as an all-in plant or incorporated in existing latex foam coating units.

Jürgen Miethlinger | Alfred Mayr

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