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  • Spun bonded The polymer is extruded and stretched in the form of continuous filaments. These filaments are laid into the net, the fiber is then bonded (thermally or chemically) or mechanically reinforced to turn it into a non-woven fabric.


  • Melt-Blown  Melt-blowing is a unique, one-step process in which the melt of a polymer emerging from orifices is blown into super-fine fibers with the help of hot, high-velocity air. A molten polymer is blown into ultra-fine fibers and collected on a rotary drum or a forming belt with a vacuum underneath the surface to form a Non-woven web.


  • Extrusion Lamination  In the extrusion coating process, extruder forces melted thermoplastic resin through a horizontal slot-die onto a moving web of the substrate. The resulting product is a permanently coated web structure. Extrusion lamination is similar to extrusion coating, where the resin is extruded between two substrates and acts as a bonding agent.


  • Spun-Melt  Spun-melt is a generic term describing the manufacturing of non-woven webs directly from thermoplastic polymers. Polymer granules are extruded into filaments through spinnerets. The continuous filaments are then stretched and quenched before being deposited on the conveyor belt to form a uniform web.The same technology is also used in SMS manufacturing.


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