fabric laminate

fabric laminate

[′fab·rik ′lam·ə‚nāt]
(materials)
Layers of fabric alternating with plastic, used as insulation in electrical equipment.
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Other authorized mills producing CORDURA[R] AFT fabrics include Vela Technologies, Italy offering a varied collection of fabric laminate systems; Sitip Industrie Tessile, Italy and Karizma Tekstil Limited in Turkey.
Using Cocona Technology (activated carbon from coconut shells) increases the surface area to help move moisture away from the skin through the fabric laminate. This approach achieves superior breathability in their outerwear, midlayer, and baselayer systems.
The tested object was a glass fabric laminate plate.
The advantage of using woven fabric laminates is that they provide properties that are more balanced in longitudinal/transverse directions than unidirectional laminates.
The 55-year-old company also has developed electronic signal transmission equipment as well as fabric laminates, medical implants, and membrane, filtration, sealant and fiber technology for various industries.
RTP's new sheet and film division is working on fabric laminates with PBT or TPE sheet using Wiman technology.
Golaski: "Failure Behaviour of Glass Fabric Laminates: Independence on Resin Matrix and Temperature", Integrity Reliability Failure, 19-22 July 1999, Porto, pp.56-57.
In these new garments, the outer fabric laminates to a soft, thin waterproof and windproof barrier that allows the garments to breathe.