Chemically Bonded Viscose Polyester

Chemically bonded viscose polyester fabrics are formed by filaments extruded and laid on a continuous belt and chemically bonded using acrylic resin, then heat set. Various fibres can be used but the most common is viscose and polyester.

Chemically bonded viscose and viscose/polyester blends are ideal for high and low temperature filtration and food safe versions are available.

Chemically bonded viscose/polyester blends are available in a range of compositions, widths, colours and weights.

Chemically bonded viscose and viscose fabrics are typically used in the following applications:

If your application does not appear here, please contact Excel Nonwovens Australia to discuss the applicability of our chemically bonded viscose and viscose/polyester blend products.