Seaming & Sealing

Fairway Products offers Seaming & Sealing services for all synthetic materials. We use processes known as Sonic Welding and Fabric Welding which allows us to produce your product without a needle and thread meaning no holes through the seam which is good for more critical services. Sonic Welding and Fabric Welding both will fuse materials together based on heat. The seams using these processes are just as strong as sewn seams. The sonic welder generates the heat required through vibration. This heat will cause the fibers of the fabric to melt, allowing them to attach to each other. The fabric welder generates the heat required with a heated element.  The fabric is passed by the element, which starts the melting/softening. The fabric is then passed through a set of rollers that presses the layers together.

  • No Holes Through Seams
  • Long-Lasting Seem, Just as Strong as Sewn Seams
  • Critical Applications
  • Reduced Maintenance Costs
  • Abrasion Resistance
  • Smooth Finishing

Both of these systems require the use of synthetic materials, including but not limited to:

  • Nylon
  • Vinyl
  • Polyester
  • Polypropylene
  • Rayon
  • Thermoplastic Rubber
  • Plastic

If Sonic Welding and Fabric Welding is not what you’re looking for, Fairway Products also offers Seaming & Sealing capabilities in a few other services

  • Adhesives
  • Grommeting

 

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