Lamination involves assembling several textiles, either together or with a membrane or foam. The aim is to integrate new properties by combining several layers (for protection, thickness, warmth, etc.).
Laminated warp-knitted technical textiles are widely used as supports in applications such as construction (insulation boards or tension membranes), furnishings (carpet and wall coverings), and the automotive industry (vehicle interiors).
Laminated products can possess excellent properties in terms of compression and comfort, and thus constitute high-performance textile combinations.