Spunbond non-woven is an extremely lightweight fabric that can be applied to various industrial and household uses, including medical disposables, hygienic material, and furniture. In the production process, polypropylene materials are bonded together thermally after being molten at high temperature and spun into a web. It is a non-toxic and eco-friendly material, valued for its softness and high tensile strength.
Melt-blown is a type of non-woven fabric used as the primary filter material for all kinds of masks. The Melt-blown fabric has a unique capillary structure of microfiber that increases the number of fibres per area unit. This porous structure, combined with the fabric's wrinkle resistance, makes it excellent for filtration, shielding, heat insulation, and oil absorption. Melt-blown is widely applied as air and liquid filtrating, isolating, absorbent, and heat insulating material, used in masks, wiping cloths, and similar products.
A staple needle-punched fiber fabric, also known as "Fibertex" can be easily cut, glued, sewn, coupled, or ultrasonically welded. Compared to Spunbond, Fibertex is softer. Fibertex can be made from 100% PP, 100% PES and mixed PP/PES fibres. The fabric is often used in quality mattress production as well as for upholsteries, gardening appliances, and as a geotextile.