BE ON THE SAFE SIDE WHEN PROCESSING PROTECTIVE SUITS WITH PFAFF
The production of protective suits (mostly disposable) always represents a challenge for the producer. On the one hand, the clothing that is mostly only used once must be able to be produced as cheaply as possible. On the other hand, the clothing should guarantee particular characteristics, such as maximum protection and/or 100% impermeability in most (use) cases.
What is required here are reliable and repeatable production methods that realize this impermeability of seams. Solutions from PFAFF INDUSTRIAL and MAUSER SPEZIAL will help you sustainably to produce the quality of protective clothing demanded by your customers. Our machine recommendations on next page base on three different manufacturing methods.
Processing with overlock- and lockstitch sewing machine
Classical method with tape sealing (for a maximum seam tightness):
Processing with overlock and lockstitch sewing machines. In addition, all assembly and closing seams are sealed with a tape
Modern method (with maximum seam tightness):
Processing with ultrasonic welding machines, which ensures continuous seam tightness of the assembly- and closing seams (without thread and needle)