There are non-woven fabrics almost everywhere you sit or stand. It can be a coffee filter, tea bag, mask, diaper, lens paper or other similar things. The current pandemic situation pays more attention to this fabric, but its market has
been growing for many years.
Non-woven fabric is the oldest and simplest textile fabric. They are not knitted or woven. These fabrics are net-like structures or sheets in which filaments or fibers are entangled by chemical, thermal or mechanical means. These are
tufted or flat porous sheets made of different plastic films, molten plastics or fibers. Since they are not woven or knitted, these fabrics do not need to be converted to yarn.
Non-woven fabrics are used in many industries such as protection, geotextiles, construction, filtration, automobiles, clothing and medical treatment. This kind of fabric is widely used nowadays, and life without non-woven fabric seems to
be incomprehensible. There are two types of this fabric-disposable and durable. 60% of the fabric is durable and 40% of the fabric is disposable.
Non-woven fabrics are indispensable, adaptable, decomposable, multifunctional and creative. The production of such fabrics does not require yarn preparation because they are produced directly from fibers. Therefore, their manufacturing
process is also very simple and short.