Freudenberg introduced a new adhesive technology, matching the requirements of post processed garments and different kinds of outer fabrics. E...E interlinings give the flexibility to change processing treatments without risking quality problems. Fused at 127º C fuseline, E...E interlinings deliver secure bond strength results after washing temperatures up to 95º C (e.g. garment dyeing). Fused at 121º C fuseline, E...E interlinings achieve excellent bonds on standard fabrics with classical treatments like washing up to 60º C and dry cleaning. E..E adhesives fuse faster than normal adhesives, and at lower temperatures, leading to improved production efficiencies. The E…E product range includes a wide variety of nonwoven, woven, and knit interlinings able to match your required handfeel, weight, and performance qualities.
Comfortemp thermal insulation’s debut
Comfortemp Thermal Insulation made by Freudenberg is a range of advanced technology materials that combine perfect comfort with high thermal insulation properties. The portfolio covers a wide range of applications, with a focus on outerwear for fashion apparel and active sportswear. In combination with the latest style trends or with technically advanced fabrics, Comfortemp Thermal Insulation products enable innovative design ideas with easy processing, optimal comfort and high performance, and are available globally.
Three advanced technology Comfortemp Thermal Insulation product ranges will be highlighted at our Intertextile booth this year - Comfortemp fibreball (advanced technology insulation layers made of clusters of extra fine fibres), Comfortemp Stretch (engineered with superior stretch and recovery in both width and length directions), and Comfortemp Down Feel (extremely soft and voluminous; ideal down replacement insulation.)
At Intertextile Shanghai 2016, Freudenberg debuts two innovations with stretch technology for men’s woven shirts. With the addition of 9570 and 9544, Freudenberg expands its range of bi-elastic fusibles for shirt applications. 9570, a 155 g/m2 heavy weight option is recommended for collar falls as a single layer, creating extra volume without adding firmness, or in neckbands for smooth appearance with superior wearing comfort.