A non-woven fabric formed by producing, laying and self-bonding a web of filament material in one continuous set of processing steps. Usually made of polyester, polyamides or olefins.
Manufacturing process to produce a fabric by spinning and forming fibers from a variety of polymers.
Describes nonwoven fabrics made from continuously bonded fibers.
A type of nonwoven fabric formed from continuous fiber filaments that are laid down and bonded continuously, without and intermediate step.
Non-woven textiles are inexpensive alternatives to traditional woven fabrics. They feature various polymers randomly arranged and fused together to form a contiuous web. Most common are polyester and polyethylene. They are strong and durable but are not very good at stopping fine particles.