American dry-laid non-woven fabrics are one of the many varieties of non-woven fabrics. Let’s take a closer look at this new type of material and see what its advantages are.
Dry-laid non-woven fabric is a type of non-woven fabric, also called PET spunbond filament non-woven fabric or PES spunbond non-woven fabric, also called single-component spunbond non-woven fabric.
Its raw material is 100% polyester chips, which is a non-woven fabric made of countless continuous polyester filaments through spunbonding and hot rolling.
And it is a filament non-woven fabric second only to nylon spunbond non-woven fabric.
Its excellent strength, good breathability, tensile resistance, tear resistance and anti-aging properties have been used by more and more people in various fields.
At present, the raw material of most American dry-laid non-woven fabrics is polypropylene, while the raw material of plastic bags is polyethylene. The two materials have similar names, but they are very different in chemical structure.
The chemical molecular structure of polyethylene is quite strong and difficult to degrade, so plastic bags take 300 years to decompose; while the chemical structure of polypropylene is not strong, and the molecular chains of non-woven fabrics are very complex. It breaks, thereby possibly effectively degrading, and entering the next step of the environmental cycle in a non-toxic form. A non-woven shopping bag may completely decompose within 90 days.
Furthermore, non-woven shopping bags can be reused more than 10 times, and the environmental pollution after disposal is only 10% of that of plastic bags.
American dry-laid non-woven fabrics for sale can be widely used in air filtration, packaging materials, medical tapes, cable wrapping, biofilms and other fields.
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