There are a variety of ways to create nonwovens. Through air bonding is a type of thermal bonding that involves the application of heated air to the surface of the nonwoven fabric. In addition to the desirable characteristics provided by this versatile nonwoven material, it has the benefit of being lightweight and safer for the… Read more »
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Advantages of Through Air Bonding
Through air bonded nonwovens are used in the development of durable end use products including bedding, furniture and carpet backings, as well as disposable products such as hygiene wipes and fabric softener sheets. Featuring advantages such as high tensile strength and versatility, through air bonded nonwovens also offer loft, bulk, absorbency and thickness, as well… Read more »
What is Through Air Bonding?
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 »