- Absorbs dirt
Spunbond uses infinitely long fibers, while thermobond nonwoven uses chopped fibers. This makes it possible to mix fibers in a more flexible way in the manufacturing process.
By using different levels of heat and different types of fibers, you can control the density and permeability.
It offers better absorbing properties than spunbond, for example, since viscose can be added.
By controlling the shape of the fibers, it is also possible to create a material with a more irregular surface that more easily absorbs dirt and is very effective for cleaning.
WHERE IS IT USED?
Cleaning: If you choose to use fibers with a more irregular surface, you can create a material that is very good at absorbing dirt.
Wipes: Thermobond nonwoven is often used in wipes as it is possible to make the material either very soft or very rough.