Airlaid Paper You Might Want To Know


Airlaid Paper is a textile-like non-woven fabric made of fluff pulp. Unlike ordinary papermaking, airlaid paper does not use water.

 

Airlaid Paper is a textile-like non-woven fabric made of fluff pulp. Unlike ordinary papermaking, airlaid paper does not use water. Fiber is carried and formed by air. The raw material is long-fiber softwood fluff pulp. Before entering the wire of the paper machine, the pulp is hammer milled to separate the fibers from each other. Generally, airlaid paper is composed of approximately 85% fibers. The adhesive must be applied in the form of a spray or foam, which is preferably activated and cured by heating. It was originally thought of as a method of making paper without water.

This adds a variety of properties to the paper, such as absorption properties. Production is environmentally friendly. Since then, the use of airlaid products produced with this technology has exploded. We have manufactured all the machines in Denmark, but so far, most of the products have been manufactured abroad.
The formed web can be thermally bonded, latex emulsion bonded, or both systems can be used. Napkins, diapers, and tablecloths manufactured with airlaid technology are today's huge industries.
In addition to these Non Woven Disposable Bed Sheets are also a very popular thing in modern times. If you want to know more, you can contact us directly.

 

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