Why Is Bonded Fabric Also Called Waterproof And Breathable Fabric

Update: 18-03-2020

The bonded is a combination of two or more kinds of fab […]

The bonded is a combination of two or more kinds of fabrics. Bonded fabric are not necessarily waterproof and breathable. This is a mistake in the market. Strictly speaking, waterproof and breathable fabrics can be called waterproof and breathable fabrics only when a layer of waterproof and breathable film is combined (there are many kinds of films, such as PU, TPU, PTFE film, etc.). In a strict sense, waterproof and moisture permeable materials need to be put into practice. In fact, they will not be breathable without pressure, otherwise, they will not be able to prevent wind.

Bonded fabric is a new type of textile fabric. Its composition is made of high molecular waterproof and breathable material (PTFE film or TPU film) and fabric bonded fabric. The main functions of waterproof and breathable fabrics are: waterproof, moisture permeable, breathable, insulating, windproof and warm. In terms of manufacturing technology, the technical requirements of waterproof and breathable fabrics are much higher than those of waterproof fabrics. Meanwhile, in terms of quality, waterproof and breathable fabrics are more durable than waterproof fabrics.

1. Bonding and processing of functional fabrics (TPU film compounded with various fabrics).

Features: waterproof, anti-virus, anti-corrosion, breathable, moisture permeable, warm, cold-resistant, ageing resistant, washable, resilient, non-foaming, environmentally friendly, known as breathable fabric.

2. High-frequency embossing (wireless quilting) compounding of various patterns.

Features: Soft, washable, high fastness, good stereoscopic impression and environmental protection.

3. Composite processing of cashmere, polar fleece, suede, plush, elastic cloth and some ultra-fine, ultra-thin and ultra-soft fabrics.

Features: Soft hand feeling, smooth surface, washable.

Scope of application: clothing, shoes and hats, luggage, toys, handicrafts, baby products, home textiles, bedding, mattresses, sofas, fabric and other industries, as well as national defense, medical and other fields.