The biodegradable non-woven fabric is part of the non-woven fabric industry's direction. Biodegradable is recognized being flushable. That is, the nonwoven fabric's overall structure can be damaged over time, but there is currently no data to indicate how long it takes to accomplish the genuine natural deterioration impact. The biodegradable nonwoven fabric decomposes and dissipates swiftly in the natural environment, with a general degradation cycle of 90 days.
Due to the development of microbial technology, there are several types of biodegradable plastics in the world, among which polylactic acid is becoming more and more popular. Since PLA factories do not consume natural resources, non-woven fabric manufacturers (biodegradable non-woven fabric manufacturers) are increasingly interested in using this raw material to develop new products.
Biodegradable non woven fabric using the new generation of environmentally friendly materials has the characteristics of water repellency, breathability, flexibility, non-combustibility, non-toxic and non-irritating, and rich colors. If the material is placed outdoors and decomposed naturally, its longest life span is only 90 days, and the recycled non-woven fabric will decompose within 8 years when placed indoors. As the biodegradable non woven fabric is non-toxic, odorless, and contains no leftover substances when burned, it will not pollute the environment.
Whether the non-woven fabric cloth can be degraded is mainly based on whether the fiber made of the non-woven fabric can be degraded.
Currently mature biodegradable non woven fabric materials are generally wood pulp (plant fiber) plus polyester staple fiber or wood pulp (plant fiber) plus viscose.
Various non-woven fabrics made of polylactic acid are biodegradable, and some mix polylactic acid with other natural fibers or rayon to make the final product biodegradable.
The production process of Canuxi's recycled non woven fabric includes: feeding → extrusion → spinning → web forming → hot rolling → post-processing → winding → slitting → packaging