The difference between airlaid paper and non-woven fabr […]
The difference between airlaid paper and non-woven fabric
Non-woven fabrics are a new generation of environmentally friendly materials. They are water-repellent, breathable, flexible, non-combustible, non-toxic, non-irritating, and rich in color. If the non-woven fabric is naturally decomposed outdoors, its longest life is only 90 days. It can be decomposed within 5 years when placed indoors. When burned, it is non-toxic, odorless, and does not have any remaining substances, so it does not pollute the environment and is suitable for washing. It directly utilizes polymer chips, short fibers or filaments to form a new type of fiber product with soft, breathable and planar structure formed by various web forming methods and consolidation techniques. It has environmental protection properties that plastic products do not have, and its natural degradation time is much lower than that of plastic bags. Therefore, non-woven bags made of non-woven fabrics are also recognized as the most economical and environmentally friendly shopping bags. Now non-woven face masks are also widely used.
Airlaid Paper has unique physical properties. It is characterized by high elasticity, softness, hand feel, and drape. It has extremely high water absorption and good water retention performance. It is widely used in health care products, special medical supplies, industrial wipes, etc. field.
Airlaid Paper is divided into M-3, 0604, 0606, 0609, 0709 and other series.
The two main characteristics of Airlaid Paper: First, the raw material is wood pulp fiber; Second, the use of air-laid technology. The production process of non-woven fabrics is mainly two processes of web formation and reinforcement. Dry papermaking nonwoven fabric production mainly uses two methods of chemical bonding and thermal bonding. According to the different reinforcement technology, its raw materials and uses are different, the following are introduced separately. The use of Airlaid Paper: semiconductor production line chips, microprocessors, semiconductor assembly production lines, disc drives, composite materials, LCD display products, circuit board production lines, precision instruments, optical products, aerospace industry, PCB products, medical equipment, High-precision manufacturing such as laboratories, clean rooms and production lines.