What is the material composition of non-woven fabrics? In terms of material composition, non-woven products differ from general textiles. In order to ensure the excellent breathability and flexibility of non-woven fabrics and improve the stretchability and quality of non-woven fabrics, the material composition of non-woven fabrics is very different from ordinary textiles!
Non-woven fabrics mainly use polypropylene (PP material) particles as raw materials, and are manufactured by continuous high temperature melting, spinning, laying and hot pressing.
The three main fibers used to produce nonwovens are polypropylene (62% of the total), polyester (24% of the total) and viscose (8% of the total). From 1970 to 1985, the use of viscose fibers was the largest in the production of nonwoven fabrics. However, in the past five years, the application of polypropylene fibers and polyester fibers has begun to occupy the field of sanitary absorbent materials and medical textiles.
The fibers used to produce nonwoven fabrics are mainly polypropylene (PP) and polyester (PET). In addition, nylon (PA), viscose, acrylic, polyethylene (HDPE) and chlorine (PVC) are present. According to the application requirements, non-woven fabrics are divided into two categories: disposable application type and durable type.
There are also many types of non-woven fabrics, which can be divided into spun non-woven fabrics, needle-punched non-woven fabrics, printed non-woven fabrics, coated non-woven fabrics, PP non-woven fabrics and polyester according to different processing materials and material components of non-woven fabrics. Fabrics and other nonwovens. According to different application fields, it is divided into agricultural non-woven fabrics, medical non-woven fabrics, clothing non-woven fabrics, industrial non-woven fabrics, etc. In general, nonwovens are made with different material components!