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Applications of Spunlace Nonwoven Fabric

Hydro entanglement is considered to be a highly versatile process because it can be used to produce nonwovens with a broad range of end-use properties, such as towel rolls, varies wipes, nonwoven bags, compressed towels, face mask and so on. These differences are achieved as a result of a wide range of fibers that are available and also because of the wide range of possible parameter adjustments.

The versatility of the hydro entanglement processes is seen as an advantage because this process can be used to combine conventionally formed webs with melt-blown, spunbond webs, paper, other textiles and scrims in order to get a combination of properties that cannot be achieved by the use of a single web. Spunlace fabrics can be further finished, usually dyed and/or printed, treated with binders to allow for wash durability, or fire retardants can be applied to resist burning.

The fabric can be treated by antimicrobial agents to enhance resistance against microorganisms. The largest US market for spunlaced fabrics spans from surgical packs and gowns, protective clothing as chemical barriers to wipes, towels and sponges for industrial, medical, food service and consumer applications.

The main reasons for wide use of these fabrics in medical applications is based on relatively high absorption abilities. Another important criterion is absence of a binder in the fabric allowing sterilization of the fabric at high temperatures.

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