- Neck Strips
- Disposable Towels
- Pads for manicure
Eyebrow and Eyelash Tinting
WHAT IS NONWOVEN FABRIC?
Nonwoven fabric is an alternative to the traditional fabric produced of natural and synthetic, or synthetic only fibers. Nonwoven fabric can be widely used: from industrial and medicine purposes (isolating, padding material, disposable clothes, underwear) to regular every-day use (table-clothes, household clothes).
We use several types of nonwoven fabrics:
1. Spunlace is a nonwoven fabric consisting of natural and artificial fibers manufactured by hydro-jet method. The fabric fibers interlace under the influence of high-pressure high-speed jets of water.
It is tightened on a perforated drum using water jets. The cloth is usually forced alternately from two sides. The cloth can be exposed to jets of water a certain number of times (depending on the required strength of cloth).
At the last stage, the bonded cloth undergoes drying in a special chamber at high temperatures, which provides additional hygiene and purity of the resulting material.
In our products, we use white spunlace with a density of 35, 40, 50 and 55 g/m2.
Moreover, for individual products, we use laminated spunlace, which differs from the usual one with its additional layer of polyethylene film, which prevents penetration of liquid media and bacteria.
2. Spunbond is a nonwoven fabric and a nonwoven fabric production technique based on 100% polypropylene fibers. The polymer melt is released in the form of fine continuous threads, which extend in the air stream and form a textile cloth on a moving conveyor. Then, the threads are bonded by spot heat-setting.
In our products, we use spunbond with the density of 15 and 17 g/m2 in the following colors: white, blue, green, pink, yellow.
Moreover, for individual products, we use laminated spunbond, which differs from the usual one with its additional layer of polyethylene film, which prevents penetration of liquid media and bacteria.
3. SMS is a three-layer nonwoven fabric consisting of 100% polypropylene fibers. Meltblown placed between two layers of spunbond is its distinctive feature: spunbond/meltblown/spunbond.
Meltblown is a kind of polypropylene wool, which has enhanced hydrophilic and barrier properties against the penetration of microorganisms.
In our products, we use blue and white SMS with the density of 15, 20, 25 and 40 g/m2.