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Bonding

progressive technique for the additional, permanent joining of two bonded pile textile fabrics without weaving or knitting; this is achieved by means of a binding agent, most commonly a film of resilient polyurethane foam which under heat or other conditions bonds together the face and back. The purpose of this bonding is to create new textile qualities to improve utility values, especially in regard to its light weight, ease of care, surface stabililty and airiness, and also the reduction of costs for further processing as the back of a newly formed textile creates a lining. Bonded pile textile fabrics are suitable for a variety of types of clothing.



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