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wet laid nonwoven technology
Wet-processed non-woven fabrics are a branch of non-woven fabrics. The difference between them and other non-woven fabrics is that they are formed by a wet process. They use special fibers (or fiber types other than traditional paper-plant fibers) and wet methods. Craft paper,
wet laid nonwoven technology
wet laid nonwoven technology
From the viewpoint of papermaking classification, it is a sheet-like material that has been used or blended with textile fibers and made of functional fibers, ie, industrial sheet materials, or use-replacement textiles in “long fiber paper”. Wet non-woven fabrics and the traditional papermaking process are identical in forming principle. All of them use water as the carrier. After the fibers are uniformly dispersed in water, they are dehydrated on the forming wire and the fibers are deposited on the forming wire to form a fiber mesh layer.
 
wet laid nonwoven technology
Although the wet-laid nonwoven fabric processing method is based on the papermaking method, it can also be classified as a type of functional paper that gives special properties to the used fiber raw material (sometimes including added additives) according to the paper industry classification. However, with the continuous development of product
 
wet laid nonwoven technologydevelopment, due to the differences in the characteristics of the fibers used in the wet-laid nonwovens and the traditional pulp, the pulp preparation, the respective forming conditions, the forming equipment structure, the fiber bonding process and the production line were determined. The process flow is quite different, and the final product performance and use are also different.
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