ECOBOND® FILMS: STITCHLESS® FILMS

ECOBOND® FILMS: STITCHLESS® FILMS

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Ecobond Stitchless Selector Guide

These films may be used to eliminate stitching required on uppers for design purposes. The single layer films may be used to permanently combine mesh, synthetics, PVC, TPU, and other materials. By choosing the appropriate coextrusion, one side will seal to the surface of the upper while the other may be printed or colored to give the desired effect without laminating. The following chart shows a few examples of Stichless® film offered. This chart is not meant to be exclusive; films may be custom compounded as required. Please talk to your Worthen/UPACO representative for further information.

FilmCompositionBonds toActivation Temp* (Celsius)CarrierStandard Thickness**
EVAFabricsMetalsNeoprenePolyesterSome RubberVinylUrethaneMilMM
156Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark90Paper or PET1.5 / 4 / 70.08 / 0.13
803Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark95Paper or PET30.08
333Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark95Paper or PET1.5 / 4 / 70.04 / 0.11 / 0.18
1423Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark110Paper or PET30.08
339Olefin Blendcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark110Paper or PET30.08
453Olefin Blendcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark110Paper or PET30.08
240Aliphatic TPUcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark110Polyester1.5 / 30.04 / 0.08
375Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark125Paper or PET1.5 / 4 / 70.04 / 0.11 / 0.08
515Blendcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark125Paper30.08
449Proprietarycheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark125Paper30.08
8618Coex Printable TPUcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark125Polyester100.25
2743***Polyestercheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark130Paper or PET3 / 50.08 / 0.13
218Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark140Paper or PET60.15
1413Urethanecheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmarkcheckmark145Paper + PE30.08
*Activation temperature can vary depending on applied pressure and the substrate permeability
**Worthen will customize films and/or carriers to meet a customer´s specific requirements
***Contains organo tin (DBT)

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