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Nonwoven The Amount Of Application
- Sep 27, 2017 -

nonwoven The amount of application

First, non-woven textile industry in recent years has made great progress

As of 1998, the world's nonwovens consumption has reached 2.4 million tons. In 1970, its consumption was only 400,000 tons, and by 2007, its consumption is expected to reach 4 million tons. Nonwovens producers are mainly concentrated in the United States (accounting for 41% of the world), Western Europe accounted for 30%, Japan accounted for 8%, China's production accounts for only 3.5% of the world, its consumption is 17.5% The

At present, man-made fibers still dominate the production of non-woven fabrics, and before 2007, this situation will not have a big change. 63% of the fibers used in the production of nonwovens worldwide are polypropylene, 23% are polyesters, 8% are viscose, 2% are acrylic fibers, 1.5% are polyamides, and the remaining 3% are other fiber.

In recent years, nonwovens in the health absorption of materials, pharmaceuticals, vehicles, footwear with textile materials on the application of a significant increase.

Second, non-woven production and consumption

Global nonwovens consumption in 1980 to 800,000 tons, and by 1985 to 110 tons, 1.4 million tons in 1988, to 1998, the global consumption of non-woven fabrics reached 2.4 million tons, is expected to 2005 Year, its consumption can reach 3.7 million tons.

The consumption of man-made fibers for various textiles was 16.9 million tons in 1983 and 20.4 million tons in 1988, reaching 30.4 million tons in 1998. It is estimated that by 2005, its consumption will be 37 million tons, 2007 Year can reach 38.3 million tons.

The growth rate of man-made fiber in nonwovens production is expected to reach 10% by 2005 and 10.4% by the year 2007. The reason for the rapid growth in non-woven industrial consumption is partly due to the increase in ancillary industries in China, Southeast Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Third, the non-woven factors affect the growth factor

All the factors that affect the growth of man-made fibers can be more or less on the man-made fiber as raw material to cause a certain impact on the textile, which has the greatest impact on non-woven textiles. The impact of population growth on nonwovens is smaller than that of other textiles used in apparel. However, population growth is also an important factor if the important application of nonwovens in baby diapers is taken into account. Natural fiber parts are replaced by a greater impact on textiles, but little effect on nonwovens, since the production of nonwovens is largely dependent on man-made fibers.