Non-woven bags


Nonwoven fabric is a web-like material made ofstaple fibers (short) and long fibers (continuous)bonded by chemical, mechanical, thermal,or solvent treatment. The term is used in the textile industry to refer to fabrics such as unwoven orunwoven felt. Some non-wovenmaterials lack sufficient strength unless they are compressedor reinforced by a lining.In recent years, non-woven fabricshave become an alternative to polyurethane foam. Nonwoven fabrics are broadly defined as sheet or web structures that are joinedtogether (and by perforatedfilms) by mechanical, thermal, or chemicalentanglement of fibers or filaments. They are flat or tuftedporous sheets made directly from separated fibers,molten plastics, or plastic films. They are not made of weavesor knits and do not needto convert fibers into threads. Normally, a certain percentage ofrecycled cloth or oil-based material isused for non-woven bag. 

The percentage of recycled content depends on the strength of the material requiredfor the particular application. In addition, some non-woven fabrics can be recycled after use with proper treatment and equipment.For this reason, some consider non-woven fabrics to be moreenvironmentally friendly fabrics for specific applications, especially in areasand industries where disposable or disposableproducts are important, such as hospitals, schools, elderly housing, and luxury accommodation. Nonwoven fabric is atechnical fabric that is intendedfor disposable use, has a limited lifespan, or is extremelydurable. Nonwoven fabrics havespecific functions such as absorbency, liquid repellency,elasticity, elasticity, softness, strength, flame retardancy, detergency, cushioning, heat insulation, soundproofing,filtration, use ofbacterial barrier, sterility, etc. Provide. Often, theseproperties are combined to create a fabric that issuitablefor a particular task while balancingproduct life and cost. They mimic the look,texture and strength of woven fabricsand are as voluminousas the thickest upholstery.In combination with other materials, it offersa variety of products with differentproperties and isused alone or as a componentof apparel, home textiles, healthcare, engineering,industrial products and consumer goods.  

Nonwovens are usually made by joiningsmall fibers in the form of sheetsor webs (like paper ina paper machine) and then mechanically joiningthem (how to reduce them with serrated needles). By rubbing between the fibersby interlocking with (as in the case of felt), the adhesive is usedor thermally applied (in the form of powder,paste, or polymer melt) to the temperature. (By raisingand fusing the binder tothe web), you will get a stronger fabric. Read more...


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