Spunbond (nonwoven thermally-bonded fabric)
Spunbond (nonwoven thermally-bonded fabric) is produced of melt polypropylene using technique of dry spinning of monofilaments which are formed in a fabric.
The principal characteristic of a fabric type is its surface density what varies within the range from 15 to 160 g/m2.
Fabric dyeing and conferring special properties to it (such as light-resistance etc.) is performed in the process of spinning by batching super concentrates of dye, light-stabilizer etc. into polymer
The nonwoven thermally-bonded fabric is used in agriculture, construction, as geotextiles, for manufacturing of disposable clothes, linen and other purposes.
Specification - Spunbond (nonwoven thermally-bonded fabric)