Spunbond production setup including plant layout, staff training and setting up testing laboratory for physical testing of products.
We’ve got experience in setting up spunlaid based production of non-wovens
Our dedicated consultants provide assistance in setting up production of spunbond non-woven fabrics, resulting in faster product delivery to target markets.
Production of strong, non-woven fabrics in the spunbond process
Although raw material flexibility is more restricted, this process has the advantage of giving non-wovens greater strength and thus increasing product lifespan and the possible range of applications.
In this process polymer chips are melted and the molten polymer is extruded through spinnerets. The continuous filaments are cooled and deposited on to a conveyor to form a uniform web.
The web formed in this way is bonded by heat and pressure to produce the final product. Various additives are added to give the fabrics additional functionality like making them water repellent, hydrophilic, antibacterial, anti-static, softening, flame retardant; including anti-UV properties.
Please watch the video to see an example of a spunbound line setup.
If you need a consultant for setting up a spunbond line, flexible slabstock polyurethane foaming line, a bedding plant, a carding line for polyester wadding, felt or geotextiles contact us today!
Today’s most common applications of spunbond non-wovens
Below are listed typical applications of non-woven fabrics produced in the spunlaid process. Variety of possible uses makes this type of fabrics attractive choice for investors looking for a profitable investment.
Agriculture & Horticulture
- Crop covers and plant protection
- Weed control fabrics
- Greenhouse shading
- Root control bags
- Landscape fabric
Hygiene & Medical
- Baby diapers
- Feminine hygiene products
- Medical gowns
- Masks and surgical clothes
- Bed sheets
- Pillow cases
Travel & leisure
- Sleeping bags
- Roofing membranes
- Tote bags
- Shopping bags
- Gift bags