Wet laid non-woven fibres are made by a modified paper making process in which the fibres to be used are suspended in water. A major objective of wet-laid non-woven manufacturing is to produce structures with textile-fabric characteristics, primarily flexibility and strength, at speeds approaching those associated with paper making. Specialized paper machines are used to separate the water from the fibres to create a uniform sheet of material.
The polyester fibres available from us are uncrimped straight fibres with a hydrophilic finish from micro - 10 denier.
Polypropylene short-cut non crimped available from 1,5 - 20 den in 3-100 mm