CFS has been used for coating, finishing, pigmenting, and moisturizing a wide variety of substrates. Its unique ability to precisely control add-ons and penetrations improves upon pads, vacuum systems, sprays, kiss rolls, print screens, knife coaters, and other wet finishing techniques. A few examples of its flexibility are shown here:
  1. Latex application to nonwoven
  2. Latex coating on back and fluorochemical treatment on face of upholstery material
  3. Latex coating on drapery fabric
  4. Deep, one-sided penetration of binder into trunk liner material, providing a moldable product with a soft outer surface
  5. Binder applied completely through filter material
  6. One-sided resin finishing of apparel fabric
  7. Yarn treatment in slashing application
  8. Hydrophylic treatment of fiber material
  9. Pigmented surface coating on both sides of nonwoven
Treatments include:

Melamine formaldehyde
Urea formaldehyde

Polyvinyl acetate
Polyvinyl alcohol
Polyacrylic acid
Acrylic latex, SBR
Modified starch

Softeners and Lubricants
Polyethylene enclusions
Nonionic silicones

Functional Products
Soil release
Oil repellents
Water repellents
Stain repellents
Fluoro chemicals
Pigments and dyes
Release coatings
Anti-slip coatings

Substrates include:

All textile fabrics, including
• Wovens
• Knits
• Laminents
• Carpets

Nonwovens, such as:
• Spunbond
• Melt blown
• Wet laid
• Air laid
• Dry laid
• Hydro entangled
• Stitch bonded
• Needle punched
• Cross lapped
• Hybrid substrates