The relationship between non-woven fabrics and spunbonded fabrics

Spunbonded fabrics are subordinate to non-woven fabrics. There are many production processes for nonwoven fabrics, among which spinning-bonding is one of them (including spinning-bonding, melt-blown, hot-rolling and spunlaced methods). Nowadays, most of the nonwoven fabrics are produced by spinning-bonding method on the market. According to the composition of non-woven fabric, there are polyester, polypropylene, nylon, […]

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Non-woven Fabric

Non-woven fabrics, also known as non-woven fabrics, are composed of directional or random fibers. It is called cloth because of its appearance and some properties. Non-woven fabrics are moisture-proof, breathable, flexible, light, non-combustion-supporting, easy to decompose, non-toxic and non-irritating, rich in color, low price, recyclable and reusable. For example, polypropylene (pp) granular material is used […]

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The Use and Characteristics of Nonwovens

Its main uses can be roughly divided into: (1) Medical and sanitary non-woven fabrics: operating clothes, protective clothing, disinfection wrapping cloth, masks, diapers, civilian rags, wipes, wet towels, magic towels, towel rolls, cosmetic articles, sanitary towels, sanitary pads and disposable sanitary cloth, etc. (2) Non-woven fabrics for home decoration: wall cloth, table cloth, sheets, bedspread, […]

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How Waste Fibers Change into Resources (2)

New Functions of Chemical Modification In addition to the fact that the structure and properties of waste textiles can not meet the actual application requirements, the macromolecule structure and properties of fiber raw materials have not changed fundamentally. Therefore, the recycling of waste textiles can be realized by chemical modification. This method realizes the functional […]

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How Waste Fibers Change into Resources (1)

With the improvement of people’s living standards, the consumption of automobiles, clothes and household textiles is increasing. According to statistics, 99% of textiles can be recycled. The traditional methods of recycling waste textiles are mainly incineration and burial, but the decomposition process of synthetic fibers such as polyester, acrylic and polypropylene fibers is very slow, […]

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