Needle-punched non-woven fabrics, new applications are constantly being launched!

Update:11 Jan 2020

       Speaking of non-woven fabrics, it can be seen fr […]

       Speaking of non-woven fabrics, it can be seen from its name that it is a kind of cloth that can be turned into cloth without weaving. It is a very strange kind of cloth and its process is very strange. Therefore, the process is simple, the production cost is low, and the price is lower. It can be applied to many industries, such as automotive, printing, catering, decoration, medical, agriculture and other industries. Needle-punched non-woven fabric is a kind of non-woven fabric. It is a kind of non-woven fabric made by needle-punching process. Its application field is constantly expanding and it is welcomed by many industries!
        Needle-punched non-woven fabric is a machine that uses needles to repeatedly pierce the fibers to continuously strengthen the bonding force between the fibers, and then undergoes hot-rolling process to become a finished fabric that does not need to be woven. Non-woven fabric is a kind of cloth that is not woven by interlacing fibers, but a kind of cloth in which fibers are randomly and randomly arranged, so it has no warp or weft, and there is no difference in stress between the warp and weft directions. That is to say, there is no difference in force in the vertical and horizontal directions, which makes it more durable, and new fields of application are constantly expanding.
        In fact, all non-woven fabrics also have no warp and weft differences, and there is no difference in the longitudinal and horizontal forces. Because non-woven fabrics are not woven fabrics, they are naturally arranged fabrics. Needle-punched non-woven fabrics mainly use polyester and polypropylene as raw materials, but due to the different other raw materials, the manufacturing process still has many differences in specific content, so there are many types of needle-punched non-woven fabrics, and many non-woven products are produced. It was mainly used for conventional air filtration and dust control, and is now being expanded in applications such as transportation and industrial wiping.