Dunmore is a global manufacturer of laminated foils, coated foils, and films. For over 50 years we have designed and commercialized foil lamination products and coated foils for a diverse group of markets. The coated foil and foil lamination constructions are achieved with our laminating and coating manufacturing capabilities. Projects and end applications include:

Foil Laminating Overview

Dunmore's web handling expertise across a wide range of substrates is integral in the production of unique foil lamination constructions. When a product specification requires unique functionality such as barrier, heat resistance, or conductivity, foil lamination designs are an ideal choice. Dunmore can produce roll-to-roll foil lamination products made up of foils, films, and fabrics. We also provide foil laminating services if you have your own design and need a laminating expert to commercialize your product.

Laminated foil constructions include:

  • Aluminum foil laminate
  • Copper foil laminate
  • Stainless steel foil laminate
  • Other foil based laminate

Foil Coating

Dunmore's foil handling capabilities include coating various functional chemistries onto wide-web, roll based foils. Functional foil coatings include:

  • Anti-corrosion
  • Carbon coated aluminum foil / primed current collector
  • Customer owned chemistries
  • Heat sealable coating
  • Print primer coating

Foil Converting Capabilities

Whether you are looking for a foil converter to produce an aluminum foil laminate or need coated foil, Dunmore has the following converting capabilities:

  • Foil thickness: .36 mil – 8 mil (Laminates down to .25 mil)
  • Types of foil: annealed (soft) through H19 temper foils
  • Width capabilities: 14" - 65" wide
  • Oven drying: up to 350°F
  • Roll diameter: up to 32”, weights to 2000 lbs

What is Foil Laminating?

Foil laminating is a manufacturing process that bonds a metal foil to another material. Oftentimes the second material is a polymer based film. The foil lamination process utilizes a laminating machine that has the capabilities to coat adhesives and combine multiple substrates. The most common foil laminating process starts with a roll of aluminum foil, which goes through an adhesive coating step. Then a second material bonds to the coated foil, creating a foil laminate. There are various coating technologies used in laminating machines. Adhesives can be coated utilizing gravure coating, extrusion coating, and hot melt coating.

Contact Us About Our Foil Laminating and Foil Coating Capabilities

Please Contact Us to find out more about Dunmore's foil converting experience, foil laminating, or coated foil products.