Non woven non-woven fabric is an amorphous textile fabric made from continuous or short fibers through wet deposition, hot melt, chemical spinning, mechanical spinning, and other methods, and processed in the non-woven fabric process. Due to its unique structure and manufacturing process, non-woven fabrics have many characteristics and wide applications.
Firstly, one of the characteristics of non-woven fabrics is their good breathability and moisture permeability. Due to the textile structure of non-woven fabrics, their high porosity allows air and water to freely penetrate, avoiding issues of moisture and heat accumulation. This breathability and moisture permeability make non-woven fabrics widely used in some medical, sanitary, and nursing products, such as medical masks, contact lenses, sanitary napkins, and wipes.
Secondly, non-woven fabrics have good softness and compliance. Due to the fact that non-woven fabrics are usually composed of fiber bonding or weaving, their softness is higher than that of ordinary textiles. This softness provides better comfort for non-woven fabrics in products that require contact with human skin, such as skincare products, cosmetics, and clothing linings.
In addition, non-woven fabrics also have wear resistance and tear resistance. Due to the special manufacturing process adopted by non-woven fabrics, the bonding between their fibers is tighter and the surface of the fibers is smoother. Therefore, non-woven fabrics are less prone to wear and tear compared to other textiles after prolonged use and friction. This enables non-woven fabrics to have better performance in some high-strength applications, such as automotive interiors, aerospace materials, and industrial filters.
In addition, non-woven fabrics have certain waterproof and antibacterial properties. Due to the special structure and manufacturing process of non-woven fabrics, they have certain waterproof properties. It can increase waterproofing by adding special coatings or wax coatings, making non-woven fabrics more effective in applications that require blocking water penetration, such as raincoats, carpets, and car covers. And the bonding between non-woven fibers is closer and less prone to the growth of bacteria and mold, making it widely used in some situations that require antibacterial properties, such as healthcare, tableware, and household products.
Finally, non-woven fabrics also have degradability and recyclability. Non woven fabrics are typically made from renewable fiber materials such as polyester, polyamide, and polypropylene. This means that non-woven fabrics can be degraded into harmless substances under certain conditions, reducing their impact on the environment. In addition, non-woven fabrics can also be recycled and reused to reduce resource waste and environmental pollution. This has led to increasing attention and application of non-woven fabrics in the fields of sustainable development and environmental protection.
In summary, non-woven fabrics have good breathability and moisture permeability, softness and compliance, wear resistance and tear resistance, waterproof and antibacterial properties, degradability and recyclability. Therefore, non-woven fabrics are widely used in fields such as healthcare, nursing supplies, industrial filters, automotive interiors, aerospace materials, household products, and environmental protection. With the development of technology and craftsmanship, we believe that non-woven fabrics will exert their unique advantages and value in more fields.