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Flame Lamination

flame lamination

Flame Lamination, commonly used in automotive textile products, involves lining fabrics with polyether or polyester foams of varying widths to enhance flame retardancy.

In flame lamination, both faces of the foam are passed through an open flame to adhere to the fabric and the scrim. Compared to chemical glues, this method delivers a longer lasting product while increasing the flexibility of the fabric and ensuring a stronger stitch during sewing. All Martur seats, seat covers, door panels and headliners undergo flame lamination in in-house facilities.