Thermal bonding nonwoven

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Thermal bonding nonwoven

Many nonwoven fabrics are made by melt spinning semi-crystalline fibers followed by thermal bonding using heated calender rolls

These types of nonwovens are primarily manufactured through several processes: fibrous or viscous reinforcements are added to the fiber network, and then the network is reinforced into cloth by heating and cooling.

The binder used in the air-bonding process includes crystalline binder fibers and powders that melt to form molten droplets across the cross-section of the nonwoven. Bonding occurs at these droplet points as the material cools. The non-woven fabric produced by the air circulation process has the characteristics of softness and fluffy.


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If you are interested but not sure which nonwoven you need, we will be happy to advise you. We will guide you to the right choice