Industrial Ovens for Laminating

Laminating is the process of bonding at least two pieces of material together to create a new and different material. It can be done with fabric to fabric, fabric to foam, melamine to particle board or MDF, vinyl to paper board or board, and glass to clear PVC. For lamination to take place, heat may need to be applied to one material, both materials or by heating a nip roller that will press the layers of material together forming a uniform product.

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The Trimac Legacy

Trimac has experience designing and building industrial ovens since 1987. Originally offering gas catalytic ovens, in the transition of many manufacturing lines from liquid paint to powder coating, the company began manufacturing convection ovens in the late 1990’s. Acquiring the assets Process Thermal Dynamics in 2017, Trimac became the only industrial manufacturer of gas catalytic infrared, electric infrared, and convection ovens in North America.