Author：Baby & Adult Diaper Materials FROM：Diaper Materials Manufacturer TIME：2023-03-07
Disposable sanitary products such as sanitary napkins emerged as the times require with the continuous progress of modern society and the continuous improvement of people's living standards, and are also the results driven by mass production technology. The birth and rapid development of disposable sanitary products have changed the lives of countless old, young, women and children, and affected the progress of human civilization in the 20th century. This article provides a brief overview of the current status of the use of sanitary napkin non-woven fabrics.
Disposable sanitary products such as sanitary napkins are usually composed of a top layer, a diversion layer, an absorbent core layer and a bottom layer. Among them, the surface layer and the diversion layer are generally composed of non-woven materials, and the liquid-absorbent core layer is the core layer of disposable sanitary products, which is usually mixed with fluff pulp fibers and super absorbent resin particles (SAP) and coated on a dust-free surface. Composite materials formed from paper or thin nonwoven materials. The fibers used in the above layers of nonwoven materials are mostly synthetic fibers such as polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), bicomponent ES fibers, and natural or artificial fibers such as cotton fibers, viscose fibers, etc. It has great advantages in terms of hygiene and safety. At present, the preparation process of disposable sanitary napkin non woven fabric includes spunbond, hot air and meltblown non-woven processes. Traditional non-woven forming processes and technologies can meet the current needs of some consumers for products, but people's living standards are increasing in the general health environment. , the demand for high-quality products and functionality continues to increase, and the non-woven forming process and technology need to keep synchronously breaking through.
With the continuous development of non-woven technology at home and abroad in recent decades, sanitary napkin non woven fabric materials have been upgraded and new products have emerged one after another, showing many innovative achievements in fiber raw materials, production technology, appearance and other aspects to meet the needs of absorbent users. Disposable products have requirements for material breathability, rapid moisture absorption, moisture permeability, backflow prevention and skin contact comfort.
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