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are made impermeable to fluids by two processes, coating and laminating. Lamination
consists of bonding pre-prepared polymer film or membrane with one or more
textile substrates using adhesives, heat, or pressure. Coating is the process
of applying a viscous liquid (fluid) or formulated compound on a textile
substrate. .In this paper we have gone through several methods of production
used to manufacture a wide range of coated or laminated fabrics. Broadly, they
are knife coating, lick roll coating, transfer, rotary, Zimmer, melt coating,
and flame lamination & hot melt lamination. A review is made on Coated and
laminated textiles applications in Defence, transportation, healthcare, space, environmental
pollution control, sports, architecture, and many other diverse end-product
are two definitions of a 'coated fabric'. The first one is, 'A material
composed of two or more layers, at least one of which is a substantially
continuous polymeric layer and at least one of which is a textile fabric. The
layers are bonded closely together by means of an added adhesive or by the
adhesive properties'. The second definition is, 'A textile fabric on which
there has been formed in situ, on one or both surfaces, a layer or layers of
adherent coating material'.
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