Other types of nonwovens
We also offer nonwovens produced in a different technology. We offer needle-punched nonwovens, hot air cotton, spunbond polyester nonwovens, spunlace nonwovens and others. Based on many years of experience, in our offer you will find only the highest quality products!
is a type of material obtained by mechanically bonding fibers with needles. The needling process involves the penetration of needles through a layer of fibers, which causes them to become entangled and form a permanent connection. Needle-punched nonwovens have different properties depending on the type of fibers used and production techniques.
They are usually durable, durable and have high tear resistance. They also have a good ability to absorb water and breathability, which makes them suitable for applications in the fields of environmental protection, furniture industry, construction, automotive and many others.
Needle-punched nonwovens are widely used in the production of carpets, filter mats, insulation materials, car linings, furniture upholstery, hygienic materials, geosynthetics and other technical products. They are popular for their strength, flexibility and ease of processing.
are produced through a special process called hydroentanglement. In the production of spunlace nonwovens, cellulose fibers, synthetic fibers, or their blends are used. The hydroentanglement process involves directing a high-pressure water jet onto the fibers, causing them to intertwine and form a fabric with exceptional structure.
Spunlace nonwovens are characterized by a soft, delicate, and smooth surface. They are highly absorbent and have excellent heat retention properties. They also have high tear strength and are resistant to stretching. Furthermore, due to the hydroentanglement process, spunlace nonwovens have uniform and homogeneous fiber arrangements.
Spunlace nonwovens find wide application in the hygiene industry, medicine, cosmetics, kitchens, cleaning, and many other fields. They are used in the production of wet wipes, disposable diapers, paper towels, medical dressings, makeup removal materials, and many other products that require a soft, absorbent, and delicate fabric.
They are produced using a chemical fibre binding process. Unlike other methods such as needling or hydrobonding, chemobond nonwovens are created using chemicals that cause the fibers to bond permanently. The production process of chemobond nonwovens involves the application of appropriate chemicals to the fibers and then their activation by applying heat, pressure or other factors. Chemicals such as adhesives or resins react with the fibers to bond together to form a stable structure.
Chemobond nonwovens are characterized by high mechanical strength, dimensional stability and durability.
Nonwoven pes/pet spunbond
They are made of polyester. The production process is similar to that of pp spunbond nonwovens. Polyester fibers are characterized by higher strength and tensile strength compared to polypropylene fibers.
PES Spunbond nonwovens are characterized by a smooth surface and homogeneous structure. They are lightweight, but at the same time durable and tear-resistant. PES spunbond nonwovens also have good resistance to chemicals, which makes them used in various industries
They are produced by thermal activation of the fibers and their bonding. The thermo-sealing process involves heating the fibres to melt or activate the adhesives on their surface. After joining and cooling the fibers, a permanent bond is formed, forming a non-woven fabric Heat-sealable nonwovens are characterized by high strength, dimensional stability and durability.
They resist tearing and stretching, making them suitable for applications that require durable materials. Heat-sealable nonwovens are widely used in the furniture, construction, hygienic, packaging and other industries.
They are used for the manufacture of furniture upholstery, insulation mat, panty liners, packaging materials, air filters, carpets, personal protective equipment and many other products.