The Bicomponent nonwoven fabric is made of polypropylene and polyethylene-based particles. After melting at high temperature, the polymer is extruded and stretched to form continuous filaments, and then the filaments are laid into a web through airflow traction, and the fiber web is then processed into a nonwoven fabric through a thermal bonding reinforcement method. The composite spunbond nonwoven fabric skin layer is made of low-melt PE material, and the core layer is made of PP material.
Detailed specifications: 50% PP + 50% PE material, can do sesame-shaped rolling point, etc. Specific detailed specifications and parameters.
|Composition:||Polypropylene + Polyethylene|
|Grammage range:||10GSM -100GSM|
|Color:||White or customized|
|Feeling hardness:||Super soft|
|Packing quantity:||According to customer requirements|
|Packing material:||PE winding film|
|Loading quantity:||40/20ft container|
The breakthrough use of two-component spunlace reinforcement provides better thermal bonding strength than traditional single-component spunbond fabric. The hydrophilic treatment process has good hydrophilicity and permeability, as smooth and comfortable as silk.
A good application in diaper waistband, baby diaper bottom film, food packaging, etc.
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