25 gsm blue meltblown with 2 layers collated on one roll

We provide you with SS, SSS, SMS, SMMS, and other medical nonwovens fabrics to meet any needs. The raw material we use is high MFI polypropylene, which has the characteristics of high permeability, high tensile strength, high hydrostatic pressure, high filtration, soft handle, antiparticle, anti-alcohol, anti-bacterial, anti-virus and so on. It enables us to make nonwovens that are particularly suitable for medical products.

Additional information

Color

Blue

Feature

Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Static, Eco-friendly, Hydrophilicity

Gsm

Customized

Material

POLYPROPYLENE

MOQ

1000kgs

Technics

Melt-Blown, Spun-bonded

Usage

Disinfectant wipes and cleaning cloths, Face Mask, Medical masks and respirators, Sanitary napkins and diapers, Surgical gowns and drape, Wound dressings

Details about 25 gsm blue meltblown with 2 layers collated on one roll

Medical Nonwoven fabric refers to a type of material that is used in the healthcare industry for various applications such as wound dressing, protective apparel, surgical gowns, drapes, and masks. These fabrics are typically made from synthetic fibers or a combination of natural and synthetic fibers, and are engineered to meet specific requirements such as fluid resistance, breathability, and barrier properties.

 

Performance Characteristics:

There are several categories of medical nonwoven fabrics based on their intended use and performance characteristics:

  • Spunbond Nonwoven Fabric:
    This type of fabric is made by bonding continuous filaments of synthetic fibers together using heat and pressure. Spunbond nonwovens are lightweight, breathable, and have good tensile strength, making them suitable for use in medical applications such as surgical gowns, drapes, and face masks.
  • Meltblown Nonwoven Fabric:
    Meltblown nonwovens are made by melting and extruding synthetic fibers through small nozzles to create microfibers that are then blown onto a conveyor belt to form a web. These fabrics have high filtration efficiency, making them ideal for use in face masks and other respiratory protective equipment.
  • SMS Nonwoven Fabric:
    SMS stands for “spunbond-meltblown-spunbond,” which refers to the three layers of the fabric. The outer layers are made of spunbond nonwoven fabric, while the middle layer is made of meltblown nonwoven fabric. SMS nonwovens are highly durable and provide excellent barrier protection against fluids and microorganisms, making them suitable for use in surgical gowns, drapes, and other protective apparel.
  • Needle-Punched Nonwoven Fabric:
    Needle-punched nonwovens are made by mechanically interlocking fibers using barbed needles. These fabrics are highly absorbent and have good fluid retention properties, making them suitable for use in wound dressings and other medical applications where absorbency is important.
  • Composite Nonwoven Fabric:
    Composite nonwovens are made by combining two or more types of nonwoven fabrics to create a material with specific properties. For example, a composite nonwoven fabric may combine a spunbond layer with a meltblown layer to create a fabric with both breathability and filtration efficiency.

 

Key Features and Benefits:

a. Superior Barrier Protection: Medical nonwoven provides an effective barrier against microorganisms, fluids, and particles. Its inherent properties prevent the transmission of pathogens, reducing the risk of cross-contamination and infections in healthcare environments.

b. Soft and Comfortable: The fabric is designed to be gentle on the skin, offering exceptional comfort for patients, healthcare workers, and individuals using medical nonwoven products. Its soft texture minimizes irritation and promotes better patient experience and compliance.

c. Breathability and Moisture Control: Medical nonwoven allows for adequate airflow and moisture management, preventing heat build-up and maintaining a dry environment. This feature is particularly important in wound care, surgical drapes, and other applications where breathability is essential for patient comfort and healing.

d. Absorbency and Fluid Management: Many medical nonwoven products are designed to efficiently absorb and manage fluids. This feature is vital in wound dressings, disposable diapers, surgical gowns, and other applications where fluid absorption and containment are critical.

e. Sterility and Hygiene: Medical nonwoven can be manufactured to meet stringent sterility requirements, making it suitable for use in

f. Cost-Effective Solution: Medical nonwoven offers a cost-effective alternative to traditional woven fabrics. Its efficient manufacturing process, lightweight nature, and disposable attributes contribute to reducing overall costs for healthcare facilities and improving operational efficiency.

 

Applications:

Medical nonwoven finds extensive use in various healthcare applications, including:

  • Surgical drapes and gowns
  • Disposable face masks and respirators
  • Wound dressings and bandages
  • Sterile wraps and packs
  • Incontinence products and disposable diapers
  • Medical wipes and swabs
  • Surgical caps and shoe covers
  • Patient gowns and bedding materials
  • Surgical filters and medical packaging

 

Medical nonwoven is a specialized fabric engineered for medical and healthcare applications. It is manufactured using advanced techniques that create a web-like structure, resulting in a non-woven fabric with unique properties and characteristics. Medical nonwoven is highly versatile, lightweight, and offers excellent barrier properties, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of medical and hygiene products.

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