Classification of non-woven fabrics (2)

  1. Spunbonded non-woven fabrics: Spunbonded non-woven fabrics are made of continuous filaments after the polymer has been extruded and stretched. The filaments are laid into nets, which are then self-bonded, heat-bonded, chemically bonded or mechanically strengthened to turn the nets into non-woven fabrics.
  2. Melt-blown nonwovens: Melt-blown nonwovens process: polymer feeding – – melt extrusion – – fiber formation – – fiber cooling – – Netting – – reinforced fabric.
  3. Needle-punched nonwovens: Needle-punched nonwovens are a kind of dry nonwovens. Needle-punched nonwovens use the puncture effect of needles to reinforce the fluffy fibre web into cloth.
  4. Sewing nonwovens: Sewing nonwovens is a kind of dry nonwovens. Sewing is to use warp-knitted coil structure to reinforce fibre web, yarn layer, non-textile materials (such as plastic sheet, plastic thin metal foil, etc.) or their combination to make nonwovens.
  5. Hydrophilic non-woven fabrics: mainly used in the production of medical and health materials, in order to achieve better hand feel and non-scratching skin. For example, sanitary napkins and sanitary gaskets make use of hydrophilic function of hydrophilic nonwovens.

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