Embossed hydrophilic air through non woven fabric
Embossed hydrophilic air through non-woven fabric is a kind of dry-process thermally bonded nonwoven fabric, which is carded into a web by short fibers. After the fibers are carded into a web, the hot air on the drying equipment is used to penetrate the fiber web and heated by hot air. , Reinforced non-woven fabrics. Because the air-through nonwoven fabric has a three-dimensional structure and good resilience, the pores of its fibers can temporarily store more than 10 times its own weight of liquid, and there are many through holes, low density, and fluffy structure, so the penetration time is short and effective. It is conducive to the rapid transmission of urine, and by adjusting the aspect ratio of the fiber laying net, the nonwoven fabric can have flow-conducting properties.