or spun bonded is sort of production process of nonwoven fabric. Spunbond nonwovens are made by spinning continuous filament fibers onto a moving belt. The continuous fibers come from polypropylene, polyester, polyethylene raw materials that has been dried, melted and extruded into a flowing polymer melt. After the spinning process, the polyester emerges as numerous thin, continuous filaments. These are cooled, stretched and solidified to consistent dimensions before being laid on the moving belt to form a mat.
There are four most often used spunbond nonwoven type.
Monocomponent spunbonded nonwovens:
1. Polypropylnene (PP) spunbonded non-woven.
2. 100% Polyester (PET) spunbond non woven fabrics.
Bicomponent spunbond non-wovens:
3. PE/PP (EP) sheath-core bicomponent spun-bond non woven fabric
4. PE/PET (ET) spunbonded sheath-core bicom non-wovens
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There are around ten different sort of nonwoven fabrics. To know a sort of non-woven fabric, which the production process is first important things.
Spun bonded nonwoven fabric's raw material is dried slice particle. Please follow the process flow below:
The most often used spunbond nonwoven fabrics are PP and PET spunbond nonwoven fabrics. PET spunbond nonwoven fabric is also known as polyester spunbonded non woven which has better strength and high temperature resisitant properties.
Except above normal spunbonded non-woven fabrics. There are two special and high-end spunbond nonwoven which is called sheath-core bicomponent spunbond nonwoven fabric and they are PE/PP and PE/PET bicomponent spunbond non-wovens.
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT PE/PP SHEATH-CORE BICOMPONENT SPUNBOND NON-WOVEN FABRICS?
Better to know the details, features, applications of PE/PP bico nonwoven before you buy.
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