Spunlace cloth is also called spunlace non-woven fabric, also known as "jet spray net into cloth". The concept of "jet mesh" is derived from the mechanical needling process. The so-called "jet net" is the use of high-pressure water to pierce the fiber network, so that the fibers are entangled with each other, so that the original loose fiber network has a certain solid and complete structure.
Non-woven fabric, also known as non-woven or non-woven fabric, refers to the cloth that does not need to be woven is relatively woven, compared to the traditional cloth is to go through the textile steps.
Non-woven fabrics or non-woven fabrics do not refer to specific fabrics, but a category, that is, words such as "vegetables" and "fruits. PP spunbond non-woven fabric, PP is the abbreviation of polypropylene, spunbond is a process of fabric, the fabric produced is the kind of fabric commonly used in supermarket shopping bags.
Non-woven fabrics, commonly known as non-woven fabrics (English name: Non Woven), literally we understand it well, it is a kind of fabric that does not need to be textured, as long as the textile staple fibers or filaments are oriented or randomly arranged. It is supported to form a fiber network structure, and then reinforced by mechanical, thermal bonding or chemical methods; it breaks through the traditional textile principles, and has the characteristics of short process flow, fast production speed, high output, low cost, wide use, and multiple sources of raw materials.
We are all familiar with hot air non-woven fabrics, but although we are familiar with hot air non-woven fabrics, do you know its production process?
To know the difference between these two kinds of non-woven fabrics, you must first know the functions of these two kinds of non-woven fabrics, and then compare them.
Rifano 3.2m SSS high-end polypropylene spunbond non-woven fabric equipment RF1208-3S-3200 model was successfully offline in Yibin, Sichuan. From debugging to cloth release, the machine used very little material and was highly praised by customers.
It is estimated that in several countries around the world, such as Bhutan, New Zealand, China and the United States, textile waste accounts for 1.0 to 5.1 per cent of the composition of municipal solid waste (MSW) and requires careful handling. In addition, almost 85% of discarded clothes end up in landfills and are broken down to produce methane, a harmful greenhouse gas and a significant cause of global warming, which raises alarm bells.
In 1996, the world's non-woven production has exceeded 0.2 billion tons, accounting for about 10% of the total amount of textiles, and its development speed is much higher than the average development speed of the textile industry. At present, the world's textile industry is generally depressed, but the output of nonwovens maintains a high annual growth rate and continues to develop at a rate of 8-10%.
Long-term use of the textile carding machine will cause a certain amount of wear and tear, so what should we pay attention to when operating small details?