The manufacture of Spun-bond Nonwoven fabrics involves a continuous process, which covert thermoplastic raw material (Polypropylene), into a web composed of continuous filaments. The polypropylene granules are melt spun through jets into thousands of fibers with a diameter of +/-20 microns (2.8-3.0 dtex). These very fine filaments are uniformly laid down into random three - dimensional structure. The web is then presented to a calendar, which thermally bond the web in consolidated Spun-bond fabrics.
Spun-bond is highly versatile and it meets the need of diverse range of products like medical, hygienic and industrial market application. The properties of the fabric are breathable, soft light, chemical resistant, nontoxic and environment friendly.
Applications of Spun-bond Nonwovens Fabric
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