VOMATEX developed the VOMAT bristle covers especially for ironing velvet and similar fabrics. The close standing bristles prevent from shine and give a rough finish.
Simply put the fluffy side of the fabric on the bristle side of the cover and iron the left side (inside) of the clothing. The right side will remain fluffy while the left side can be ironed smooth and even.
VOMAT bristle covers are supplied in running meters at 160 cm width and therefore can be cutted easily and at low cost for any kind
6 mm thick
180 cm wide
Due to the limited availability of orginal DuPont Nomex® Aramid fibres we can only ensure the continuous production of articles which are containing Aramid fibres by using also Aramid fibres from different manufacturers.
We are sure that you will not find a change of quality at the V-Max Aramid.products.
This durable and flexible hose with an excellent value for money is used for the reliable suction of condensated steam.
VOMATEX is supplying this superior article to machine manufacturers and clothing factories worldwide.
Additionally to the common inner diameters of
35 mm, 40 mm, 50 mm and 60 mm we now have stock in 80 mm and 100 mm inner diameter.
1. Polyester braiding on the outside to prevent injuries at skin contact.
2. Silicone wall for flexibility and heat insulation.
3. Teflon wall with extremely smooth surface which avoids the condensation of steam.
Thus it prevents from water dripping out of the iron even after a short working break!
The VOMAPOR silicone/foam with a soft central stripe is allowing the side seams of a trouser to sink in whilst the crease is pressed with the harder sides which avoids shine at the seams.
Some competitors try to match this solution by glueing silicone/foams of different hardnesses but this method always causes problems with marks at the edges and poor durability. The VOMAPOR silicone/foam with central stripe is produced without glueing from one piece of foam with strong silicone coating at the sides and less silicone coating at the central stripe.
VOMATEX is producing all VOMAPOR silicone/foams with a unique silicone penetration technique using ultrasound vibrations preventing from the formation of air bubbles between the silicone coating and the foam base.
Pressing a conventional silicone coated foam will destroy the homogeneous silicone surface due to bursting air bubbles. This reduces the heat resistance and the life of the foam. The VOMAPOR silicone/foams avoid these air bubbles, extend the replacement interval and provide a constant ironing quality.
The laboratory analysis of our VOMAPOR silicone/foam compared to two other silicone coated foams shows the excellent quality of the VOMATEX products.
Please download the comparison here.
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