Very often, the materials obtained after a lamination process, are applied to products that must comply with very strict technical specifications.
Recytex has the equipment and personnel necessary to ensure compliance with the requirements established by the client and certify them.
RECYTEX has the ideal equipment and procedures to certify that the weight of the product resulting from the lamination process is compliant with the established technical specifications.
- By means of a stamping machine, different samples are taken from a surface area equivalent to 1% of a square metre of each.
- With a precision balance, the average grammage of the samples is calculated, with a precision of 0.01 gr.
- Multiplying the grammage by 100, the weight per square metre is obtained, the method used commonly in technical specifications.
Measuring fabric thickness
Apart from the weight, another habitual technical specification is the thickness of the material obtained in the lamination process.
This measurement is made using a digital micrometre with precision of 10 microns.
Resistance to traction
Lamination is a process that joins two sheets of the same or different materials, using an adhesive or resin, and from which a final product is obtained that must comply with certain technical specifications, according to its application.
One of the most significant technical characteristics is the resistance of the joint between the two materials to separation. RECYTEX has a laboratory with an electronic dynamometer that can measure the force that the joint of the two laminated materials can bear and issue a certificate.