The spunlace nonwoven fabric sprays a high-pressure fine water stream onto one or more layers of the fiber web to entangle the fibers with each other, so that the fiber web is reinforced and has a certain strength, and the obtained fabric is a spunlace nonwoven fabric. Its fiber raw materials come from a wide range of sources, such as polyester, nylon, polypropylene, viscose, chitin, microfiber, tencel, silk, bamboo fiber, wood pulp fiber, seaweed fiber and so on.
(1) Natural fibers: cotton, wool, hemp, silk;
(2) Conventional fibers: viscose fiber, polyester fiber, acetate fiber, polypropylene fiber, polyamide fiber;
(3) Differential fibers: ultrafine fibers, shaped fibers, low melting fibers, high crimped fibers, antistatic fibers;
(4) High-functional fibers: aramid fibers, carbon fibers, and metal fibers.
(1) Non-woven fabrics for medical and sanitary use: surgical gowns, protective clothing, disinfecting wraps, masks, diapers, civilian rags, wipes, wet wipes, magic towels, wipes, beauty products, sanitary napkins, sanitary care Pads and disposable sanitary cloth, etc.;
(2) Non-woven fabrics for home decoration: wall coverings, tablecloths, bed sheets, bedspreads, etc.;
(3) Non-woven fabrics for clothing: lining, adhesive lining, flakes, styling cotton, various synthetic leather base fabrics, etc.;
(4) Industrial non-woven fabrics; filter materials, insulating materials, cement bags, geotextiles, coated cloths, etc.;
(5) Non-woven fabrics for agriculture: crop protection cloth, nursery cloth, irrigation cloth, heat preservation curtain, etc.;
(6) Other non-woven fabrics: space cotton, thermal insulation materials, oil absorbing felt, smoke filter, bag tea bags, etc.