We supply a range of quilted fabric for bulk purchase typically for use in the bedding, upholstery and clothing industries.
Clothing and apparel
Products are available in a variety of materials, including spunbond polypropylene.
Spunbond polypropylene is a textile material that is composed of thermally bonded, continuous filaments in a web-like structure. This gives it a good tear and puncture resistance with high tensile strength in all directions.
The material is strong and light and resists moisture, staining and chemicals. Being constructed of 100% polypropylene it can easily be recycled.
There are two different methods of manufacture of ultrasonic bonding of fabric. The first and most common is the plunge mode, where the material is stationary and the weld length is therefore dependant on the size of seam design.
The second method, the continuous mode allows textiles to be joined at different speeds.
The early ultrasonic bonding used for the manufacture of mattress pads and bedspreads was referred to as the pinsonic process, a description still in use today.
The benefits of this type of process are the conservation of energy and improved recyclability of the product as mixed fibres and yarns are not used in the seam production.
These are available in a range of pattern sizes, styles and fabrics.
Our most popular quilted mattress fabric is a tri layer fabric, manufactured using two layers of non-woven spunbond polypropylene with a layer of polyester wadding between.
Material Content – 100% polypropylene with a layer of 100% polyester wadding or to customer specification
Dimensions – standard fabric 204cms wide, in 100m rolls
Specific weight – standard fabric has a nonwoven spunbond polypropylene top layer of 65gsm (gram/square metre), a 60gsm 100% polyester wadding middle layer and a nonwoven spunbond polypropylene bottom layer of 25gsm, or to customer specification
Manufacturing detail – this fabric can be sewn or ultrasonically bonded in a range of designs
Colours – White or to customer specification
Packaging – mechanically wound in rolls onto cardboard cores and wrapped in polythene