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Pronoy Debnath 2012000400093(19th)
Southeast University
Department OfTextile
Engineering
Nonwoven Fabric is a fabric-like material
made from long fibers, bonded together by
chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent
...
 Nonwoven fabrics are broadly defined as
sheet or web structures bonded together by
entangling fiber or filaments (and by...
 Nonwovens have specific characteristics that allow them to deliver
high-performance across a wide range of applications....
 First, spunlace non-woven fabric
 Spunlaced process is high-pressure micro flow injection into a
layer or layers of fib...
 Wet nonwoven fabric is placed in water medium fiber
opening into single fibers, while the different fiber raw
material m...
Uses of Non-Woven textile
agriculture and Landscaping Home Furnishings Industrial/Military
Crop Covers Furniture construction sheeting Coated fabric...
 Nonwovens are used
effectively for optimising
the productivity of crops,
gardens and
greenhouses.Their
protective nature...
 Crop covers
 Plant protection
 Seed blankets
 Weed control fabrics
 Greenhouse shading
 Root control bags
 Biodegr...
Filter cartridges, filter
plates, filter bags and
Eco-Protect safety
filters for industrial dust
removal applications,
wit...
 Nonwoven textiles play a significant role in the medical
sector.The product range includes surgical gowns, masks
and oth...
The U.S. Marine Corps has taken the initiative to
develop state-of-the-art nonwoven composite
fabric technology for use as...
• Nonwovens for filtering
coolants and lubricants,
as well as washing,
phosphating and
coagulation baths in the
metal-proc...
 The use of nonwovens has increased
substantially in recent years.Today more than
40 automotive parts are made with nonwo...
 Quite strong composites prevents the planes
go off the runway track,
 - Aircraft or spacecraft parachutes slowing
down ...
 Baby diapers
 Incontinence products
 Feminine hygiene items
Anti-radiation-type construction textiles will
be very important in the future.
- Foil, a special film, combined with ma...
A broad spectrum of applications including:
- liners,
- counter liners,
- inter-liners and
- reinforcing materials
Membran...
 Water (2/9 Billion waterless), technologies that use less water.
Increase in disposable products
 Global society will g...
The worldwide use of nonwoven fabric is
increasing day-by-day and this large market is
controlled by the few number of cou...
ThankYou!
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  1. 1. Pronoy Debnath 2012000400093(19th) Southeast University Department OfTextile Engineering
  2. 2. Nonwoven Fabric is a fabric-like material made from long fibers, bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent treatment. The term is used in the textile manufacturing industry to denote fabrics, such as felt, which are neither woven nor knitted. Nonwoven materials typically lack strength unless densified or reinforced by a backing.
  3. 3.  Nonwoven fabrics are broadly defined as sheet or web structures bonded together by entangling fiber or filaments (and by perforating films) mechanically, thermally, or chemically.They are flat, porous sheets that are made directly from separate fibers or from molten plastic or plastic film.
  4. 4.  Nonwovens have specific characteristics that allow them to deliver high-performance across a wide range of applications. Specific functions include: - Absorbency - liquid repellency - Resilience - stretch - Softness - strength - flame retardancy - wash ability (selective products), - Cushioning - filtering - bacterial barrier and sterility
  5. 5.  First, spunlace non-woven fabric  Spunlaced process is high-pressure micro flow injection into a layer or layers of fibrous web, so that the fibers are twisted together, so that the web can be strengthened and have a certain strength.  Second, a non-woven fabric  Thermal bonded nonwovens is defined in the web of fibrous or powder adding hot-melt adhesive reinforcement material, web after heating melt cooling reinforcement into cloth.  Third, pulp airlaid nonwoven fabric  Air-laid non-woven fabrics can be called clean paper, paper non- woven fabrics. It is the use of airlaid pulp fiber plate technology will be opening a single fiber state, and then use the airflow method of making fiber agglutination in a curtain net, web reinforcement into cloth.  Fourth, wet nonwoven fabrics
  6. 6.  Wet nonwoven fabric is placed in water medium fiber opening into single fibers, while the different fiber raw material mixing, into the fiber suspension slurry, suspension slurry to web forming mechanism, fiber in wet state into the net reinforcement into cloth.  Fifth, spunbonded nonwoven fabric  Spunbonded nonwoven fabric is in the polymer has been extruded, stretched and form a continuous filament, filament laying into the net, the web through the self bonding, thermal bonding, chemical bonding or mechanical reinforcement method, make the web into a non-woven fabric.  Sixth, melt-blown nonwoven fabric
  7. 7. Uses of Non-Woven textile
  8. 8. agriculture and Landscaping Home Furnishings Industrial/Military Crop Covers Furniture construction sheeting Coated fabrics Turf protection products Insulators, arms and back Filters Nursery overwintering Cushion ticking Semiconductor polishing pads Weed control fabrics Dust covers Wipers Root bags Decking Clean room apparel Containers Skirt linings Air conditioning filters Capillary matting Pull strips Military clothing Bedding construction sheeting Abrasives Automotive Quilt backing Cable insulation Trunk applications Dust covers Reinforced plastics Floor covers Flanging Tapes Side liners Spring wrap Protective clothing, lab coats Front and back liners Insulators Sorbents Wheelhouse covers Quilt backings Lubricating pads Rear shelf trim panel covers Blankets Flame barriers Seat applications Wallcovering backings Packaging Listings Acoustical wallcoverings Conveyor belts Door trim panel padding Carpet backings, carpets, and Leisure, Travel
  9. 9.  Nonwovens are used effectively for optimising the productivity of crops, gardens and greenhouses.Their protective nature means that the need for pesticides is reduced and manual labour is kept to a minimum.  Ex.
  10. 10.  Crop covers  Plant protection  Seed blankets  Weed control fabrics  Greenhouse shading  Root control bags  Biodegradable plant pots  Capillary matting  Landscape fabric
  11. 11. Filter cartridges, filter plates, filter bags and Eco-Protect safety filters for industrial dust removal applications, with high-performance filter media made of nonwovens.
  12. 12.  Nonwoven textiles play a significant role in the medical sector.The product range includes surgical gowns, masks and other wearable products; surgical drapes, pads; dressings; filtration materials; and implantable textiles such as tissue scaffolds for rebuilding internal organs, among other products. By far, most nonwoven products used outside the body are disposable, single-use articles that have the advantage of not requiring sterilization or cleaning for reuse. However, there are some that can be reused to provide the required function over a limited period of time.
  13. 13. The U.S. Marine Corps has taken the initiative to develop state-of-the-art nonwoven composite fabric technology for use as alternate fabric application for Combat Utility Uniforms (CUUs), equipment and shelters. This effort is being conducted via a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract. Essentially, SBIRs are very competitive and offer the perfect medium in which to conduct what may be termed High- Risk-Technology.
  14. 14. • Nonwovens for filtering coolants and lubricants, as well as washing, phosphating and coagulation baths in the metal-processing industry. • Membrane support nonwovens for filtering fruit juices, enzymes, electro-dip coating and effluents.
  15. 15.  The use of nonwovens has increased substantially in recent years.Today more than 40 automotive parts are made with nonwoven fabrics, from trunk liners and carpets to air and fuel filters. By building in the essential properties which are necessary for good performance and safety, nonwovens help reduce the weight of the car, enhance the comfort and aesthetics and provide advanced insulation, fire retardancy and resistance to water, fuels, extremes of temperature and abrasion.
  16. 16.  Quite strong composites prevents the planes go off the runway track,  - Aircraft or spacecraft parachutes slowing down the speed,  - Airbags,  - Non-flammable face-guard and gloves,  - Clean room fabrics. Filtration  - Heat resistant outer surface felts
  17. 17.  Baby diapers  Incontinence products  Feminine hygiene items
  18. 18. Anti-radiation-type construction textiles will be very important in the future. - Foil, a special film, combined with materials such as foam thermal insulation products - Sound insulation
  19. 19. A broad spectrum of applications including: - liners, - counter liners, - inter-liners and - reinforcing materials Membranes and insoles ensure a healthy foot climate and a high degree of foot comfort.
  20. 20.  Water (2/9 Billion waterless), technologies that use less water. Increase in disposable products  Global society will grow older. (adult ages 65+ will be %17)UN  - Global society will organize itself along networks of shared interests that increasingly disregard physical and temporal boundaires.  - The rise of the global middle class (GMC) will create new demands on the nonwovens and related industries, its operations and related industries.  - Obese ( USA %80, ENGLAND%70, BRAZIL%60, S.AFRICA, and CHINA %50 in 2030) WHO  - Climate change, resource scarcity and relativly high oil prices will lead to the introduction of new corporate social responsibility (CSR) standarts on all producers.
  21. 21. The worldwide use of nonwoven fabric is increasing day-by-day and this large market is controlled by the few number of countries. In that case, Bangladesh has large opportunity to capture this huge market by establishing a significant number of nonwoven fabric industries in Bangladesh. We have goodwill in ready-made garments and over all textile product sectors & by using this goodwill we can easily create a market for non-woven products.
  22. 22. ThankYou!

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