Non-woven Fabrics is a fabric formed without spinning and weaving, but by orienting or randomly arranging textile staple fibers or filaments to form a web structure, which is then reinforced by mechanical, thermal bonding or chemical methods. The three major fibers used in non-woven production are viscose, polyester and polypropylene, the remaining 2% are acrylic fibers, 1.5% are polyamides, and 3% are other fibers. Non-woven downstream is widely used in agriculture, industry, automobile, leisure, tourism, clothing, office, construction and other industries.
In Non-woven Fabrics, KimaCell® cellulose ethers are used as rheology modifiers for adhesives and prevent settling in dispersions in wet-laid processes.
Technical Data Sheet
Final consistency: High