Medical spunlace nonwoven fabric is generally made of polyester and viscose fiber as the main components, produced and processed by the spunlace process, the production process without chemical additives, pollution-free, environmentally friendly, soft to the touch, comfortable, but also according to the need to do sterilization treatment, widely used in various medical applications.
Detailed Product Specifications and Parameters:
|| Polyester + Viscose
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| Width range:
|| white, customized
|| soft, medium
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Introduction To The Production Process:
Medical spunlace nonwoven fabric can be divided into the following production processes depending on the lapping method.
Option A, straight lapping, which has good longitudinal tension and poor transverse tension, lower cost, and is suitable for leather-based fabrics. Process: Fiber raw material - open blending - carding - lapping - drafting - pre-wetting - double-sided spun - finishing - drying - winding - water treatment cycle.
Option B, cross lapping, which has stronger cross and longitudinal strength, less tearing, higher cost, and is suitable for spunlace. Process: Fiber raw material - open and mixed - carding mess into a network - pre-wetting - double-sided spunlace - post-finishing - drying - winding - water treatment cycle.
Product Features and Advantages:
- The production process without chemical additives is safe and hygienic, but also according to the need to do sterilization treatment, greatly reducing the probability of infection.
- Medical spunlace nonwoven fabric is breathable, fluffy, soft, and comfortable, and can do moisture absorption, water repellent, antibacterial, and anti-static treatment.
- Single-use, safe and hygienic, and easy to use.
Medical spunlace nonwoven fabric can be used for all kinds of medical hygiene products: disposable surgical dressings, sterile wipes, wound dressings, surgical cavity wipes, surgical gowns, surgical sheets, etc. It can be treated with antibacterial, water-repellent and moisture-absorbent treatments to meet the needs of various medical applications.