Binders for non-woven products

Non-woven polymer refers to a type of fabric that is made from polymer fibers, which are bonded together using mechanical, chemical, or thermal processes. The fibers can be made from a variety of polymers such as polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester, and others.

Non-woven polymers are lightweight, strong, and durable, and can be made in a variety of thicknesses, textures, and colors. They are often used in a wide range of applications such as medical products, filtration, packaging, and construction materials.

Some of the most common uses of non-woven polymers include:

  • Medical products such as surgical gowns, face masks, and bandages
  • Filtration products such as air and liquid filters
  • Packaging materials such as shopping bags and shipping envelopes
  • Construction materials such as roofing underlayment, insulation, and soundproofing
  • Personal hygiene products such as diapers and sanitary napkins
  • Agriculture products such as crop covers and weed barriers

Non-woven polymers can be produced by various methods such as melt-blowing, spunbonding, and thermal bonding. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of method depends on the desired properties of the final product and the cost of production.

Overview of PVAC, VAE and Acrylate dispersions polymer binders