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Mesh Spunlace Nonwoven Fabric

Depending on what you are looking for in your Mesh Spunlace Nonwoven fabric, there are several options available. Some of the qualities that you can find include a high tensile strength, moisture absorption, breathability, and a clear opacity.
Compared to needle punched nonwoven fabrics, spunlace nonwoven has high moisture absorption, wear resistance, and structural integrity. Moreover, it is a versatile and cost-effective material, and is also easy to shape and dry. It is used in many fields, such as medical gauze, bath towels, and more.
The main raw materials of spunlace nonwoven are polyester, viscose, and wood pulp fiber. These materials are prepared through various processes, such as sulfonation, alkalization, and aging. They have good compatibility with each other, which is advantageous to the production of the nonwoven fabric.
The process of producing spunlace nonwoven fabric is mainly based on the laying of fibers in a fiber web. The material is then dried by thermosetting. The process also includes the preparation of slurry, the multilayer structure preparation, and the spinlace treatment.
Basically, the high tensile strength mesh spunlace nonwoven fabric is a hybrid of polyester and viscose fibers with different proportions. It has a high tensile strength and is made by bonding water jets on carded web. In order to produce it, several rows of high pressure water are pumped into the web to pierce it and entangle the loose fibres. The more efficient the fiber entanglements are, the higher the tensile strength.