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[What material is medical non-woven fabric made of?]
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What material is medical non-woven fabric made of?


Polypropylene


Medical non-woven fabrics are mainly made of polypropylene. This material has a wide range of applications in the medical field, such as the production of masks, surgical gowns, sheets, surgical towels and dressings. Polypropylene non-woven fabric has the advantages of good barrier filtration effect, fiber is not easy to fall off, convenient disinfection and sterilization, and low cost, so it is widely used in medical health materials in hospitals. In addition, medical non-woven fabrics can also be made of polyester polyamide polytetrafluoroethylene(PTFE), carbon fiber  and glass fiber  and other chemical fibers, the medical and health textiles made of these materials include disposable masks, protective clothing, operating clothes, isolation clothing, laboratory clothing and other disposable medical consumables series.


Specifically, non-woven fabrics used for the manufacture of medical masks are mainly made of low molecular weight polypropylene. The outer layer of this non-woven fabric is waterproof and has the effect of blocking the liquid, which is mainly used to block the liquid sprayed by the wearer or others. The intermediate filter layer usually uses polypropylene melt-blown non-woven fabric after electrostatic electret treatment, which can filter bacteria and play a decisive barrier and filtration role.


Qingdao Furuixiang Plastic Technology Co., Ltd. now has four advanced non-woven production lines, can produce 8-250 grams/square meter, width within 3.2 meters of various colors, sizes, functions (such as UV, anti-aging, antibacterial, flame retardant, hydrophobic, water repellent, super soft) SMS, SS, S polypropylene spunbonded non-woven fabrics. Qingdao Furuixiang Plastic Technology Co., LTD. 's non-woven fabrics are well received in the international market, and have passed a number of quality certifications such as SGS, ITTC, IAF, OEKO-TEX, CNAS, etc

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