Nonwovens are chemically treated, and are made from fibers to form a multi-functional, fabric-reinforced product that is not woven or knitted. Non-woven fabrics have excellent stability, vary in strength according to requirements, and combine various features such as stretch ability, resilience, impact resistance, heat insulation, flame retardance, filtration, and water absorption, and are therefore widely used in many different applications.
Innovative non-woven fabrics are cost-effective. Depending on the appearance, texture, and performance of the woven fabric, non-woven fabrics can be imitated to create suitable specific fabrics, achieving a balance between durability and cost.
In addition, after special treatment, non-woven fabrics can be recycled after use. For a one-time or single-use product, it is more environmentally friendly.