In the past few years, nonwovens have played an increas […]
In the past few years, nonwovens have played an increasingly important role in several areas of the automobile, and they continue to replace products made of textiles, plastics, metals or other heavier materials.
According to statistics, more than 40 types of automotive parts are made of nonwovens, including car roofs, carpets, seat applications, filters, thermal insulation components and more.
The Asian automotive market is booming, and the Chinese market is more vibrant. According to data released by the German Automobile Industry Association (VDA), China's auto sales in January 2015 alone reached around 1.9 million units, an increase of about 13% year-on-year. Demand for high-quality automotive components has steadily increased. The market demand for automotive roofs is particularly strong. Major global companies are focusing on market trends, innovating technologies, and setting up factories in emerging markets such as China and India to produce more energy. Nonwovens for automotive applications. They include automobile parts, exterior trim parts such as hood insulation and sound insulation nonwovens, aisle insulation pads, wheel covers, undercovers, etc., interior trim parts such as ceiling fabrics, coat racks, trunk covers, and seat fabric bottoms. Cloth, etc.