SuperTex FABRICS consist of polyester fiber and PVC (Or other Synthetic resins).
It is produced by a highly advanced method known as a SOL coating process, in which liquid PVC intensively penetrates through the polyester fiber into the most minimal areas thus providing strong adhesive linkages throughout the entire integrity of the fabrics.
SuperTex Fabrics are also superior to others in dimensional stability as a result of the pre-heat tempering of its polyester scrim.
SuperTex Fabrics have excellent effect in flatness on the surface by repeated coating several times, and in superiors to others regarding
extra treatment.
  - Comparison by process
    Sol Coating Process(SuperTex Fabrics)   Calendering / Lamination Process
Continuous Process.
Plastisol paste is applied to the fabric deeply by Screen to Screen system.
The applied fabric then passes through a oven causing the plastisol to change into a molten plastic. The heat from the oven causes the PVC particles to absorb the liquid plasticizer completely. When the fabric cools, the molten plastic hardens to form vinyl-coated fabrics.
A vinyl dry blend compound is extruded to from a molten mass of plastic. This plastic is fed through a serious of machined heated rollers called calendering, to form a thin film, which is then cooled. In a separate operation, layers of film are applied to a fabric using an adhesive and pressure to form laminated fabrics.
Base Cloth
Various base cloths with variety of weave constructions are available.High density fiber may be used for greater tensile strength.
Only low-density base cloth is available due to adhesionStrength loss.Low tensile strength.
With complete liquid PVC penetration durability is great.
Adhesion between PVC film and fiber cause numerous air spaces that leads to poor durability.
Dimensional Stability
Less than 1% by Pre-Heat-Control system.
3~10%Rigid film and fiber are bonded at low temperature. Dimensional stability is 3~10%.
Thickness/ Surface
Gradual, repetitive, thin-coating processes creating even thickness and flat surface.
Lamination of rigid film and fiber, irregular thickness causes uneven surface.

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