Is biodegradable PLA spunbond nonwoven same as polyester (PET) or polypropylene (PP) spunbond nonwoven? What's the differences between three of them. Please check the below links to know more.
Our biodegradable non woven fabirc is also known as PLA nonwoven or corn fiber filament nonwoven. The raw material is starch and is extracted from corn, wheat, cassava and some other plants. It is type of 100% biodegradable performance nonwoven which is widely used for the environment protection because its significant biological degradation performance. Dramaticly rise in biotechnology innovations is leading to an escalating number of low-cost and effective biotechnology solutions in textiles processing. PLA nonwoven is much more earth-friendly than synthetics nonwoven and are far less dependent on petroleum-based ingredients. The product that has emerged an as promising alternative to synthetic fiber nonwovens is derived from corn.
Product Name: Polylactic acid (PLA) spunbond nonwoven ( Corn fiber filament nonwoven)
Raw material: 100% corn fiberchips (slices)
Style: Diamond dots
Weight Range: 17-260gsm
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Monocomponent non woven: