Nonwoven Fabrics offer a Vast Array of Options

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Nonwoven fabrics are available in a wide range of fiber types including polyester, cotton, rayon, and blended nonwoven fabrics. Options range from disposable, single-use products to high-strength fabrics designed for durability. Today’s nonwoven fabrics can provide functional characteristics such as absorbency, resilience, softness, strength, and elasticity. The can be developed to be sterile, liquid repellent,… Read more »

Your Environmentally Responsible Nonwovens Supplier

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Quality nonwoven material options have expanded to include a broad range of applications. Our environmentally responsible nonwovens are used in a variety of industries including medical, agricultural, hygiene, and consumer goods. Beyond being an environmentally responsible choice, nonwovens are a popular material choice due to characteristics such as breathability, softness, flexibility, durability, affordability, and more…. Read more »

Domestic Nonwoven Fabric Manufacturer Advantages

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You have an amazing number of nonwoven fabric manufacturer options when it comes to buying nonwovens. If you are like most buyers, you probably tend to look at price first when considering sources. Of course price is an important consideration, but going with the nonwoven fabric manufacturer that has the lowest price does not necessarily… Read more »

Gradient ADL Nonwovens

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Gradient acquisition distribution layer (ADL) nonwovens are developed using through air bonding nonwoven technology. Gradient ADL nonwovens combine the advantages of instantaneous fluid distribution and virtually 100% fluid capture. Ideal for products such a feminine hygiene pads, infant diapers, incontinence garments, and wound care, topsheet Gradient ADL offers many advantages over the standard blended fibers… Read more »

What is Through Air Bonding?

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Through air bonding is a type of thermal bonding that involves the application of heated air to the surface of the nonwoven fabric. During the through air bonding process, heated air flows through holes in a plenum above the nonwoven material. Unlike hot ovens, which push air through the material, the through air process uses… Read more »

The Advantages of Choosing a Domestic Nonwovens Supplier

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In choosing a supplier for any manufacturing materials there is a lot to consider beyond price. In fact, choosing a supplier based on price alone can end up being a very costly decision if the material quality is unacceptable, or the delivery dates are missed. Choosing a supplier for nonwovens is no different. Along with… Read more »

Nonwoven Wipes Market Grows Beyond the Nursery

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At one time, wipes were primarily thought of as a product used for the cleaning a baby during diapering.  Today, wipes are everywhere from medical prep tables to cosmetic bags to clean stations posted near the entrances of grocery stores. Wipes and wiper products are becoming more and more popular in a time when consumers… Read more »

Nonwoven Fabrics in Everyday Items

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Simply put, nonwovens have opened doors of opportunity for everyday convenience that would have been the stuff of dreams or wild imagination not too long ago. Just like Henry Ford made it possible for everyday folks to own a car and the Wright brothers to glide from one part of the country to another over… Read more »

3 Ways to Use Nonwoven Fabric for Agriculture

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While the agricultural industry isn’t the biggest user of nonwovens, it is nevertheless taking advantage of the technology; in fact, the use of the technology in agriculture is increasing year by year.  There are a number of reasons for this.  Firstly, more farmers are being made aware of the many cost-effective benefits that nonwoven technology… Read more »

Why Don’t Nonwoven Fabrics Fray?

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In the 1930s some companies began to do weird experiments with the waste (e.g., cotton) from manufacturing. By bonding some of these materials and then turning to fibers, these companies came up with what we now know as nonwoven fabrics. This is a humble beginning for what is now a multi-billion dollar industry. Classified as… Read more »