Industrial Applications

High-performance Argotec engineered films and urethane tubing are designed for the toughest industrial environments and used for a wide variety of industrial solutions.

Argotec Films and Industrial Applications

Because of the unique characteristics of polymer films, Argotec specialty materials are used in a wide range of industrial projects, including:

  • Textile Lamination
  • Composite Materials
  • Air Bladders
  • Wind & Solar Energy Innovation
  • Defense & Military Applications
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What Is Textile Lamination?

Textile lamination is a process in which a layer of fabric is bonded with another layer to create a composite material with improved properties such as added strength, durability, and resistance to harsh environmental conditions. The lamination process enhances functionality and the aesthetic appeal of textiles, making them suitable for a wide range of applications in industries such as fashion, automotive, and healthcare.

Argotec Material Solutions for Textile Lamination Applications

Argotec advanced materials has been at the forefront of offering innovative solutions that cater to diverse textile lamination needs. With a comprehensive portfolio that includes thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and copolyester films for textile lamination, Argotec provides advanced materials that deliver superior performance and longevity.

Benefits of Argotec Engineered Films For Textiles

Argotec films for textile lamination offer multiple benefits for fabric applications, including:

  • High Bonding Strength
  • Excellent Fabric Compatibility
  • Weather and Chemical Resistance
  • Water Resistant
  • Thin & Ultra Flexible
  • Optically Clear Protection

Argotec films enable the creation of laminated textiles that meet specific functional requirements while maintaining their original aesthetic qualities. Because of the highly customizable nature of Argotec polymer films, our textile lamination film experts can work with you to create films to meet your specific fabric project needs.

Hydrophilic Films For Textile Lamination

Argotec hydrophilic films for textile lamination are designed to absorb and wick away moisture from the body, making them ideal for use in performance wear and other garments where moisture management is critical. Leveraging these advanced materials, Argotec supports your textile lamination needs by providing tailored solutions that drive innovation, enhance product performance, and deliver competitive advantage in the marketplace.

What are Engineered Film Composites?

Specialty film composites are advanced technical materials that combine the properties of polymer films with different materials to create a product with enhanced performance characteristics. As the prominent extruder of specialty engineered polymer films, Argotec is instrumental in developing specialty materials. This includes thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) films, employed in making versatile and unique composite materials in multiple industries. These composites can differ in absorbency, breathability, loft, wicking, release, and barrier properties, making them ideal for a wide selection of applications.

Applications of Composite Materials Created with Polymer Films

Argotec polyurethane and copolyester films are incredibly versatile and can be tailored to suit a wide array of composite material applications, including:

  • Glass Lamination
  • Textile Lamination
  • Wound Care
  • Industrial Applications
  • Specialty Electrical Insulation
  • Corrosion-Resistant Structures
  • Solar and Wind Energy

Benefits of Argotec Films for Composite Materials

With decades of experience and global manufacturing capabilities, Argotec continues to drive innovation in new applications and markets for composite material development. TPU and EVA films for composites are renowned for their excellent mechanical properties and can be customized to meet the needs of your unique project and end uses.

To learn more about how we can partner with you for films for your custom composite materials needs, contact our team today.

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