Medical meltblown non-woven fabrics are mainly used to filter micron particles such as dust, microorganisms, smog, etc., which can be called the heart of masks. Normally, the medical melt-blown cloth is made up of polypropylene superfine fibers randomly distributed and bonded together, and the appearance is white, flat, and soft. The material fiber fineness is 0.3-7.0 microns.
Unique medical meltblown nonwovens material that meets the highest requirements for filtration, insulation, and adsorption applications. After high-voltage electret electrostatic treatment, medical melt-blown cloth has the characteristics of low resistance, high efficiency, high dust capacity, etc.
The random distribution of the medical-grade meltblown non-woven fabric provides more opportunities for thermal bonding between fibers, thus making melt-blown the main gas filter material that has a larger specific surface area and a higher porosity (≥75%).
The unique dense fine-denier fiber structure of the medical melt-blown cloth increases the number and surface area of the fiber per unit area, and the voids are extremely fine. This physical structure has a filtering effect of about 30%.