Everything Need to Know About the Spunbond Fabric


Everything Need to Know About the Spunbond Fabric


 Spunbond fabric is one of the non-woven fabrics made from polypropylene fibers. Due to its positive features and advantages, this fabric has found applications in various industries. Considering the industrial growth, it can be said that eliminating the production of spunbond fabrics is nearly impossible. In this article, we'll introduce you to the applications and various types of spunbond fabric.


Applications of Spunbond Fabric


Spunbond fabrics, produced with various characteristics, have entered the market with specific uses. Below, we introduce the applications of spunbond fabric:


1. Medical and Hygiene Uses: Moist and hygiene towels, operating room clothing, underpads, bed linens, patient clothing, caps and masks, shoe covers and equipment, diapers, sanitary napkins, etc.


2. Agricultural Uses: Fertilizer packaging, packaging of products and fruits, greenhouse covers, prevention of soil freezing and product protection, agricultural land covers, mushroom cultivation, etc.


3. Automotive Industries: Interior decorations, covers and tents, paint lines, soundproofing.


4. Construction and Road Industries: False walls, formwork, pipe wrapping, semi-finished building coatings, decoration, etc.


5. Industrial Filters: Industrial sieves, fine filters, liquid filters such as those used for soft drinks, milk, etc.


6. Environmental Uses: Oil pollution cleanup in seas, physical protection, underlays for beetle cages or pets.


7. Printing Industries: Designing on T-shirts or fabric writing.


8. Food Packaging: Tea, fruit, legumes, etc.


9. Bedding Production: Mattresses, quilts, bedspreads, car covers, etc.


Types of Spunbond Fabric


In general, spunbond fabrics have different types based on factors such as:


- Weight

- Length per roll

- Width per roll

- Coloring


Spunbond fabrics also have different layers. The number of layers determines the thickness of the spunbond fabric. In the textile industry, spunbond fabric with one layer is known as S, two layers as S2, and so on. The middle layer is made of melt-blown fabric, which has fine and liquid-resistant fibers. Spunbond 4-layer fabrics are highly resistant to bacterial and microbial penetration and are used in the production of sanitary items such as masks and surgical gowns.


Features of Spunbond Fabric


Some of the essential features of spunbond fabrics include:


- Water repellency

- Antibacterial properties

- UV resistance

- Softness and smoothness

- Cost-effectiveness

- Affordable price

- Ability to produce in various colors and weights


Price of Spunbond Fabric


Generally, the price of spunbond fabrics varies based on several factors, including:


- Quality

- Type

- Size

- Application

- Manufacturing standards



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