Nonwoven fabrics have become the material of choice for making a variety of innovative products that are convenient and cost-effective. Various fabric treatments and fabrication materials are used to construct nonwovens, including cotton, viscose, and polyester. One type of nonwoven that has grown in popularity is bicomponent fiber nonwoven fabric.
How Bicomponent Nonwovens Are Made
Bicomponent nonwovens can be made from the same or completely different polymer fiber types, and each could have unique physical or chemical properties. Bicomponent fiber can be developed with specific characteristics that can be applied in a particular application.
Bicomponent Nonwovens Applications
Bicomponent nonwovens are well-suited for products such as:
- Infant Diapers
- Training Pants
- Incontinence Products
- Feminine Hygiene Products
- Hospital Underpads
- Wound Care and Absorbent Bandages
- Diabetic Absorbent Wound Dressings
WPT – The US Source For Bicomponent Nonwovens
As a U.S. producer of bicomponent nonwovens, WPT Nonwovens has developed an eBook to offer information on this innovative nonwoven option. This FREE publication titled, Bicomponent Nonwovens – The 100% Fiber Choice, covers the following topics:
- Nonwoven Innovation
- Nonwoven Fabric Products
- What Are Bicomponent Fibers?
- Bicomponent Fiber Advantages
- Your Domestic Source for Bicomponent Fiber Nonwovens
Could bicomponent fiber nonwovens be right for your project? Download our FREE eBook to learn more.