Interlining (Chemical Bonded):

Interlining nonwoven fabrics are produced through chemical bonding in which unbonded web of the fibers are bonded together through the application of a liquid-based bonding agent knowns as binders (usually in the form of latex polymer). The binders can be applied using different technologies including impregnating, coating or spraying. The composition of the binders affects the final properties of this nonwoven fabric which includes strength, softness, hydrophilic/hydrophobic, breathability, flammability and biochemical properties. After the application of the binder, dryer systems are used to evaporate the water and combine the webs. Chemical bonded fabrics are often used as wipes and linings as well as components in the furniture, bedding and automotive industries.

Wipes, Furniture & Bedding, Automotive