Rapid Delivery for PE coated non-woven to Cape Town Factory
Rapid Delivery for PE coated non-woven to Cape Town Factory Detail:
Forming by stamping and glue-blocked material for auto headliner
PE coated non-woven fabric is one kind of forming art material for auto headliner industry, and is made of PET spunlace and needle-punched non-woven. Due to a certain of elongation rate at the transverse and longitudinal direction, it effectively avoids the breakage during the forming and stamping process. PE coating ensures the adhesion and waterproof/glue-blocked ability.
Advantages of PE coated non-woven fabric for auto headliner industry:
Excellent transverse and longitudinal elongation rate, ensures the strength of material.
Suitable temperature control point, ensures the adhesion and glue-blocked ability.
Conformity to VOC discharge request.
Conformity to RoHS Directives.
Size and packaging
PE coated non-woven fabric
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Our mission will be to become an innovative supplier of high-tech digital and communication devices by furnishing benefit added structure, world-class manufacturing, and service capabilities for Rapid Delivery for PE coated non-woven to Cape Town Factory, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Algeria , Montreal , Spain , With strong technical strength and advanced production equipment, and SMS people purposefully , professional, dedicated spirit of enterprise. Enterprises took the lead through the ISO 9001:2008 international quality management system certification, CE certification EU ; CCC.SGS.CQC other related product certification. We look forward to reactivating our company connection.
By Miranda from Monaco - 2016.05.02 18:28
The accounts manager made a detailed introduction about the product, so that we have a comprehensive understanding of the product, and ultimately we decided to cooperate.
By Adam from Sydney - 2015.12.14 15:26