Non-woven fabrics change our lives
Twenty years ago, after China’s first spunbonded nonwovens production line was established in Guangdong, by 2006, China’s total non-woven fabric production exceeded 1.2 million tons, four times that of Japan and six times that of South Korea. Two major non-woven fabric producing countries. As a product of modern industrial civilization, nonwovens eventually entered the homes of ordinary people. Our life, the environment in which we live, is changing because of it.
According to the plan of the Ministry of Communications, by 2010, China needs 267,300 tons of automotive textiles. The survey shows that the sales volume of automotive textiles in China is increasing at a rate of 15% to 20% per year. The domestically produced automotive textiles cannot meet the rapid growth of the automotive industry. The market gap is large and needs to be imported from abroad. The annual import amount is about 4 billion US dollars. There are hundreds of types of cars, transport vehicles, mini-cars and agricultural vehicles in China. From 1995 to now, the required automotive textiles have increased every year, but the domestically produced automotive textiles are far from meeting the increasing automotive industry. Demand.
In 2003, SARS showed that masks made of non-woven fabrics are more antibacterial than gauze masks. From wound care gauze, masks, surgical gowns, surgical gowns, and bandages, nonwoven fabric products have become more useful because of their barrier properties, antibacterial properties, softness and comfort requirements. In addition, the field of medical textiles, because of its huge scientific and technological content and considerable profits, has enabled more people to start a deeper development. It is understood that the development of medical textiles in various countries around the world is accelerating. There are already 17 textile research institutions in Germany that have invested in the research and development of medical textiles. China has also begun the necessary preparation and investment in this field.
For a long time, the requirements of materials for hygiene products are soft, smooth, non-irritating to the skin, and good in air permeability. While people are constantly pursuing comfort, the technological content of sanitary napkins, sanitary pads, training pants, etc. continues to increase. The specially treated spunbonded non-woven fabric not only has a high penetration speed, but also is breathable and soft, which prevents wrinkles and distortion and gives consumers the most effective comfort. For example, in the case of a baby diaper, the nonwoven fabric material has been basically used in the surface layer, the side layer, the flow guiding layer, the absorbent layer, and the back layer. As one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century, nonwovens not only changed our lives, but also changed our minds.
Spunbonded nonwoven fabrics have become more and more important in home and packaging applications due to their high tensile strength, high tear strength, good uniformity, good softness and rich color. In various brand stores, people not only see many well-known branded clothing, but also various suits that match them; people not only see their figures in specialty stores, but also in large-scale shopping malls and clothing wholesale markets. It has also become a frequent visitor.
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