Nonwovens can possess many features and distinguish pro […]
Nonwovens can possess many features and distinguish properties such as non-entangled edges and unique fiber orientation in the fabric.
They can be soft or hard, strong, weak, oriented and omnidirectional in performance, with one or both sides smooth or uneven, providing bulk or very compact, two or three dimensions, solid or patterned openings, absorbent or repellent and Porous puncture.
Many of these features can be combined in one receipt to satisfy a final use product. Nonwovens can stretch, stretch and recover and the pore size is specific, but can't be drawn, which is a very important difference between non-woven fabrics and woven fabrics.
In addition, they can provide excellent substrates for coatings, composites, lamination, printing, embossing and forming, so they are often used on packaging materials. Relatively speaking, non-woven fabrics are more expensive than ordinary packaging cartons. It is also not widely used. If nonwovens manufacturers want to fully open this big market, reducing costs and taking the green route is undoubtedly the biggest challenge.
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