Nine materials with nine unique properties
Strong & Durable
Fiberglass has a high tensile strength, low elongation, high durability and can be molded in various shapes.
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Chemically Bonded NW:
Soft & Gentle on the Skin
Often a mixture of viscose and polyester with a very soft feel. It is also breathable making ideal for skin contact.
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Needle Punched Felt:
Environmentally Friendly & Soft
This i s a soft permeable material that is stronger than spunbond and more cost effective than fabric.
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A durable and flexible material. You can control and change properties such as softness, permeability and resistance.
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Coating nonwoven with different materials allows for stability or a change of the material properties.
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This is a unique product since it is the only stretchy spunbond on the market that restores its original shape when used.
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Soft and Absorbent
Spunlace is a very soft nonwoven materaiel and it often contains viscose in order to absorb liquids.
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Great for cleaning
Thermobond nonwoven is bonded with heat and is specifically ideal for cleaning products such as industrial wipes.
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More Durable Than Paper
Wetlaid is a more durable alternative to paper. Unlike paper it can also be bonded together to create coffee filters or teabags.
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