What Is A Hydrophilic Nonwoven?

Jun. 26, 2019

Hydrophilic nonwovens are now widely used by many manufacturers. What is a hydrophilic nonwoven? Today, Non Woven Fabrics In Hygiene Manufacturer will share a little knowledge about hydrophilic nonwovens!

In fact, the hydrophilic nonwoven is the opposite of the Hydrophobic Non-woven Fabric. The hydrophilic nonwoven fabric is a fiber in which a hydrophilic agent is added during the production of the nonwoven fabric, or a hydrophilic agent is produced on the fiber, and the nonwoven fabric produced is a legendary hydrophilic nonwoven fabric.

Hydrophilic Nonwoven Fabrics

Why should the hydrophilic agent be added? This is because the fiber or nonwoven fabric is a polymer, the hydrophilic group itself has little or no hydrophilic group, and the hydrophilicity required for applying the nonwoven fabric cannot be achieved. Therefore, the hydrophilic agent is added to increase the hydrophilic group.

The hydrophilic non-woven fabric is hydrophilically treated with a common polypropylene spun-bonded nonwoven fabric and has good hydrophilicity and gas permeability.

Hydrophilic Nonwoven Fabrics are mainly used in sanitary products such as diapers, disposable diapers, and sanitary napkins to provide rapid penetration and keep dry and comfortable. It can be said that the application in our life is very common!