Hydrophobic hot air non woven fabric
The hot-melt bonding method refers to the method of heating the fiber web containing thermoplastic fibers, hot-melt powder or film to melt the hot-melt material to produce bonding and reinforcement. Generally, Hydrophobic hot air non woven fabric refers to thin products produced by hot melt bonding. Air-through nonwovens have been produced and developed, and are currently widely used in the entire hygiene industry. Its main downstream products include feminine hygiene products, baby diapers, adult incontinence pads, wet wipes, etc. Most of the Hydrophobic hot air non woven fabrics used for hygiene are in direct contact with human skin, so softness is a very important indicator. Because softness directly affects the comfort of the human body, especially for delicate baby skin.