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Our clients can avail from us advanced Rubber Calendering Line. Developed using the latest technology, the Rubber Calendering Line offered by us promises superior quality and durability. We can also produce the soft and rigid PVC sheet/film extrusion line. Basically, Calendering is a mechanical process by which either plastic or rubber is pressed into textiles (cloth, fabric, tire cord) forming composite sheets. In the calendering process, fabric and rubber or plastic material is passed through a series of rollers to flatten, smooth and commingle the two or more materials. Calendered sheets can have multiple layers of both the elastomeric and polymer "sandwiched" together. Sheeting produced by the calender process is typically divided into two classes: either fabric inserted or unsupported. Unsupported calender goods contain only layers of rubber or plastic that has been joined without cord, cloth or textile being inserted for strength or tear resistance. Tire cord can be used special cases; rayon, cotton, nylon, or polyester cords are arranged in parallel and bound together by rubber on a calender.