Why Cold Water Soluble Film Nonwoven Is Popular?

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Update time : 2023-01-05 15:15:39

cold water soluble film nonwoven
Cold water soluble film nonwoven is mainly used for high grade lingerie, model clothes and some special fabrics.

Water-soluble film, also known as PVA (PVOH) film, is a new type of environmentally friendly packaging material. Water-soluble film is a water-soluble, non-polluting, non-toxic high polymer material, which is soluble in water and can completely biodegrade to water and carbon dioxide (CO2+H2O) in nature, making it a truly green product.

There are three types of water-soluble films according to the dissolution speed.

Fast dissolving water soluble film: mainly used for embroidery backing, pesticide packaging, seed tape packaging, cleaning products packaging (such as laundry gel pearl film, medical laundry bags, etc.). 

Medium soluble water soluble film: mainly used for food packaging, cosmetic packaging. 

Slow-soluble water-soluble film: textile packaging, book packaging.

Advantages of cold water soluble nonwoven fabric.

1. Fast dissolving speed. It can be completely dissolved in 5-18 seconds in room temperature water at 20℃.

2. Excellent softness and tensile strength.

3. Environmentally friendly without any side effects, does not contain any formaldehyde.

4. It can fully meet various embroidery processes.

5. It will not change color, the color of fabric and thread is not affected after water-soluble.

Briefly introduce the method to identify the high quality of the water-soluble film.

1. the faster it dissolves, the better, the less residue after dissolving, the better the water quality after dissolving.

2. the surface of the water soluble film should not have defects such as blistering, perforation, slagging, black spots, etc.

3. The water-soluble film with stable quality is stored for more than 1-2 years when it is not exposed to moisture.

The introduction of water-soluble film nonwoven ends here, hope the above sharing can help you.

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