Chemically Bonded Nonwoven
Soft and Gentle on the Skin
Chemically bonded nonwoven is a collective term for various types of nonwoven material, with the most common being a mixture of viscose and polyester that has a very soft feel.
The soft feel enables the chemically bonded nonwoven to be used close to the skin and be perceived as more comfortable than paper because it is more pleasant, does not rustle, and is more durable.
It is also water resistant but also capable of absorbing moisture, for example from the skin.
WHERE IS IT USED?
Chemical bonded nonwoven is used in industrial manufacturing to produce a variety of different products.
Healthcare: Chemically bonded nonwoven can be found in a number of medical products that are in close contact with the skin, such as urine drainage bags. It is soft, breathable, and absorbs moisture from the skin.
Wipes: Most wipes that are produced are made of spunlace or in some cases wetlaid. However, chemically bonded nonwoven is also commonly used.
Forestry industry: In the forestry industry, chemically bonded nonwoven can be used for marking trees since it is water resistant, does not harm the trees, and can be fractured during felling.
Furnitures and beds
It is a collective term for a method where fibers are bound with a binding agent and then dried. The most common combination is polyester/viscose.
The most common is a blend of 70% polyester and 30% viscose. Naturally, we can also offer materials where we alter the percentage combination of polyester and viscose to achieve different softness properties.
We have both chemically bonded nonwoven in stock for immediate delivery and custom manufactured nonwoven based on your needs. You can also get the material in your choice of color.
We can supply on rolls ranging from 10 to 2000 meters in weights ranging from 20 to 100 g/sqm.
Are you not sure exactly what you are looking for? Let us know what properties you need or what demands you have and we will help you find the right product.