The process of electrostatic flocking has been around for many years. Flocking was originally started by the Chinese, who would shake loose fibres over a cotton sheet to create the different textures.
In the modern world, 350,000 volts are used to distribute the fibres onto adhesive coated foam rolls, which is controlled to achieve the required density.
Although the process is widely used, Flock Development & Research use a unique adhesive formulation which is very strong and flexible and differentiates the quality of its products.
With the capacity to produce 65 metre long rolls continuously of high quality flocked material, Flock can meet worldwide demand for rollers, pads and other applicator products quickly and competitively.