Commercial furniture. Foam bonding increases durability

Foam Bonding via Flame Lamination

Foam Bonding or lamination is a very effective method for bonding flexible foams to a variety of other substrates, including fabrics, films, and papers. Foam lamination creates a superior full surface bond with improved strength, stability, and appearance by using two or more materials stacked in multiple layers.
Foam bonding via flame lamination removes the need for glue in the bonding process meaning a more cost-effective alternative for your business.

Our foam bonding capabilities include both bi-lamination and tri-lamination

This bonding process could involve sandwiching foam between two textile surfaces or adding a cerex or denier backing to give added stability to the textile to allow it to hold the needle thread during final fabrication.

There are several ways in which sheet can be laminated: Hot-roll lamination, extrusion lamination, flame lamination and adhesive lamination are a few such processing approaches.

Foam bonding applications

  • Sound attenuation
  • Footwear
  • Upholstery
  • Sports and Gymnastics
  • Insulation
  • Automotive
  • Military
  • Office Partitioning
  • Drapery
  • Bedding
  • Insulation
  • Orthopedic braces

How we work

BR by Design has worked hard to earn its reputation as a trusted provider of fabric bonding and laminating solutions.
Send us your material and order request
Accompanied by a Purchase Order
We evaluate the first meter for suitability
To protect form and provide function
We quality control throughout the process
Offering the highest level of protection
We organise delivery to you. On time. No fuss
We’re happy when you’re happy.
Detailed Order Instructions

NOTE: Work loss: you must include with your order one additional meter for each continuous piece of material supplied.
NOTE: Fabric should be forwarded rolled on a tube with the face side of the fabric clearly marked. Incoming fabric that is wrinkled or not rolled on a tube will be subject to wrinkle removal charges.