Interlining PV Plain
Interlining PV Plain
Interlining PV Plain

Interlining PV Plain

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Interlining fusing is a crucial process in the textile and garment manufacturing industry that involves the bonding of interlining fabric to another fabric using a heat-sensitive adhesive. This process is essential for providing structure, support, and stabilization to various parts of a garment. Here’s a detailed look at the procedure, its importance, and the considerations involved:

Purpose of PV Plain 

  1. Shape and Structure: Interlining helps maintain the shape of garments, particularly in areas like collars, cuffs, and waistbands.
  2. Reinforcement: It adds strength to delicate fabrics, helping to prevent stretching and deformation.
  3. Feel and Thickness: Interlining can alter the drape and hand feel of the fabric, adding thickness and rigidity where desired.
  4. Support Features: It supports functional components like buttonholes and zippers, ensuring they remain intact and functional.

Fusing Process

The fusing process involves a few key steps:

  1. Preparation: Both the garment fabric and the interlining are prepped. This can include pre-shrinking and ensuring surfaces are clean and smooth.

  2. Lay-up: The interlining is laid onto the wrong side of the fabric. Care must be taken to ensure it aligns correctly and covers the necessary areas.

  3. Application of Heat and Pressure: The fabrics are then passed through a fusing press that applies a specific amount of heat and pressure for a set time. This activates the adhesive on the interlining, causing it to bond to the fabric.

  4. Cooling and Finishing: After fusing, the fabrics are cooled under controlled conditions to solidify the bond. The final step is to check the quality of the fuse, ensuring there are no wrinkles, bubbles, or misalignments.

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