The invention concerns a textile fabric adapted to be integrated in a reinforcing tape formed by combining by fusible printing or the like at least two superimposed layers of yarns.
The fixing device (3) is itself fixed to the brassiere by sewing, fusible printing or by means of hook-and-loop tapes.
A fusing system includes an upper member and a base member.
This may take place by heat sealing and simultaneously with the bonding together by heat seal of the respective elongate strips (2, 3) of the valve (20).
The multilayer film has been fused.
The film has high heat-sealing strength and decreases little in heat-sealing strength even after a heat treatment.
The conductive adhesive film can be applied without heat adhesion.
A method of hot-melt adhesion that in the production of a medicine bag, is employed in the hot-melt adhesion of a plastic film (8a,8b) to an adherend, such as a port member (16); and a relevant medicine bag.
Thread stitching or intermittent thermobonding are the preferred bonding means.
The invention also relates to a thermal bonding method suitable for being implemented by this device.
When thermally fused, the thermally fused parts (300) are formed from LLDPE.
In a first method step the strips are attached by means of thermobonding or ultrasound welding.
The polyolefin fibrils (10) of a binder are joined to one another at points by means of thermobonding.
The outer peripheral section (312) is bonded to the core thread (2) by being heat-fused to the core thread (2).
A fabric batting tape (10) that is utilized to fuse two pieces of material (24, 28) together.
The band sealer can also include apparatus (19-21) to measure the extended length of material such that it may be cut into discrete strips.
The polymeric layer (18) maintains the coil (14) in its stressed, radially expanded condition.
When no pressure is applied, layers of bonding agent are preferably formed on the butting surfaces of the heat-bonding insert beforehand.
A method for heat sealing between a thermoplastic polyester vessel and a cap and heat-sealed vessels capable of resisting hot water treatment such as retort sterilization are disclosed.
The two material blanks are then heat sealed together and an adhesive layer is provided to the exposed barrier layer.
The multilayered film attains moderate heat-seal strength and excellent easy-to-open properties, and can be stably peeled off in opening.
The lid may be bonded to the topmost die, using a thermal bonding material that may be liquid metal, or the like.
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a polyolefin composite film with excellent low-temperature heat sealability, heat-seal strength, and transparency.
The present disclosure provides a method for detecting thermal sealing defects of a container during its transportation along a process line.
The lower sheet consists partially or wholly of ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) such that the strip can be stuck to the mesh by means of heatbinding without the outer sheet being damaged due to tension.