Airlaid paper, also known as airlaid pulp non-woven fabric, is a dry-laid non-woven fabric. Airlaid paper has unique physical properties, such as high elasticity, softness, hand feeling, excellent verticality, extremely high water absorption and good water retention performance.
From its English name, we can see two major characteristics of clean paper: one is the raw material of wood pulp fiber; the other is the use of air network technology. The production process of non-woven fabrics mainly includes two processes: net formation and reinforcement. Chemical bonding and thermal bonding are the two main methods used in the production of dry-laid nonwovens. According to its different consolidation process, its raw materials and uses are different.
Airlaid paper has a variety of unique characteristics that make it useful as an insulation product. One of the characteristics of this special paper is its excellent thermal conductivity. This characteristic makes it ideal for applications that may need to maintain a lower temperature to keep the device at a comfortable temperature. The paper also has excellent insulation and thermal elasticity. This means that even at extremely high temperatures, it can effectively retain heat in the paper structure.