Classification of non-woven fabrics

1. spunlace non-woven fabrics
Spunlace technology is the high-pressure fine water spray to one or more layers of fiber network, so that the fibers are tangled together, so that the network can be reinforced with a certain strength.

2.heat non-woven fabrics
Thermal bonding non-woven fabric is added in the fiber network fiber-like or powder-like hot-melt adhesive reinforcement material, and then heated by heating and cooling into a cloth.

3.the pulp air into non-woven fabrics
Air-laid non-woven fabrics can also be called clean paper, dry papermaking non-woven fabrics. It is the use of air-laid technology to open the wood pulp fiber board into a single fiber state, and then use the air flow method to agglutinate the fiber into the curtain, the fiber mesh and then reinforce the cloth.

4.wet non-woven fabrics
Wet non-woven fabric is placed in the water medium of fiber raw materials open into a single fiber, while mixing different fiber raw materials, made of fiber suspension pulp, suspended pulp transported to the network into the body, the fiber in the wet state into the network again Reinforced into cloth.

5. spunbond nonwovens
Spunbond non-woven fabric is in the polymer has been extruded and stretched to form a continuous filament, the filament laying into a net, the web and then through its own bonding, thermal bonding, chemical bonding or mechanical reinforcement method, The web becomes nonwovens.

Aluminium foil coated non woven fabric

The insulation material provides excellent insulation: reflects up to 97% of radiant energy in addition to resisting other types of heat transfer from conduction, convection and radiation. The side of metalized PET/Alu forms an effective barrier against moisture, air currents and vapors. It is economical solution in many field.

Item Aluminium foil + non-woven cloth + (Aluminum foil)
Thickness 0.14-0.18mm
Roll Width 1.2m
Roll Length 50–6000m
Available grade plain lacquered, heat sealable
MOQ 100 Square meters
Characteristics High gloss, perfect stiffness, excellent barrier property, proer brightness, excellent ink adhesion,
Packing by PE bag, bulk on container.

Diameter of internal paper core of rolls:     1.5 “or 3 “

Perforated Radiant Barrier – Foil Version

Insulation Materials

For new or retrofit (industrial grade) house-wrap, roofing systems, radiant heat flooring, and OEM’s when a stronger grade is needed. Available in 500 and 1,000 sq. ft. rolls or custom lengths. Also comes in perforated 4′ widths.

Radiant Barrier is construction / industrial grade reflective insulation, and is available in 500 and 1,000 Sq. Ft. Rolls, 4′ widths.

Radiant barrier has been designed to be used for new or retrofit (industrial grade) applications. It can be wrapped around a structure, just under the brick or outer material. It can be placed over the rafters just before roofing materials are applied, or stapled to the roof rafters inside of the attic. It is also beneficial for radiant heat flooring, commercial, industrial, and OEM’s when a stronger grade is needed.

Metallised film

Metallised films (or metalized films) are polymer films coated with a thin layer of metal, usually aluminium. They offer the glossy metallic appearance of an aluminium foil at a reduced weight and cost. Metallised films are widely used for decorative purposes and food packaging, and also for specialty applications including insulation and electronics.

Metallisation is performed using a physical vapour deposition process. Aluminium is the most common metal used for deposition, but other metals such as nickel or chromium are also used. The metal is heated and evaporated under vacuum. This condenses on the cold polymer film, which is unwound near the metal vapour source. This coating is much thinner than a metal foil could be made, in the range of 0.5 micrometres.[1] This coating will not fade or discolour over time. While oriented polypropylene andpolyethylene terephthalate (PET) are the most common films used for metallisation, nylon, polyethylene and cast polypropylene are also used.

From Wikipedia

The use of nonwovens

Medical, sanitary napkins: surgical clothing, protective clothing, disinfection cloth, masks, diapers, civilian wipes, wipes, wet towels, magic towels, towels, beauty products, sanitary napkins, sanitary pads, and Disposable health cloth;
(2) home decoration with non-woven fabrics: carpets, stickers wall cloth, tablecloths, bed sheets, bedspreads, curtains, scouring pad, mop,
(3) clothing with non-woven fabrics: lining, adhesive lining, flakes, stereotypes cotton, all kinds of synthetic leather fabric;
(4) industrial non-woven fabrics; automotive roof cloth, filter materials, insulation materials, cement bags, geotextiles, covering cloth, etc .;
(5) agricultural non-woven fabrics: crop protection cloth, nursery cloth, irrigation cloth, insulation curtains, etc.
⑹ military non-woven fabrics: high-performance fiber body armor, spray gun cloth, military map base cloth and so on
⑺ other non-woven fabrics: space cotton, insulation materials, suction felt, smoke filter, bag tea bags, flags, etc.

How Does Insulation Liner Works?

Thermal conductivity

Insulation Liner has the lowest thermal conductivity, in order to reduce the total coefficient of heat transmission. Thus, less insulating material will be required.

Moisture-vapour permeability

Insulation Liner materials have very low moisture-vapour permeability. Thus, water absorption becomes negligible. Condensation and corrosion are minimized.

Resistance/installation features

The insulation liner material is resistant to water, solvents and chemicals. It is durable, and not lose its insulating efficiency quickly. It allows a wide choice of adhesives for its installation. It is to install, of light weight and easy to handle.

Safety features

The insulation liner material is rated as non-flammable and non-explosive. In the event that the insulation material burns, the products of combustion will not introduce toxic hazards.

Why insulation liner is necessary for lunch bag?

The primary function of thermal insulation materials used as insulation liner is ice to reduce the transmission of heat through fish hold walls, hatches, pipes or stanchions into the place where chilled fish or ice is being stored. By reducing the amount of heat leak, the amount of ice that melts can be reduced and so the efficiency of the icing process can be increased. As has already been discussed, ice is used up because it removes heat energy from the fish but also from heat energy leaking through the walls of the storage container. insulation liner in the walls of the container can reduce the amount of heat that enters the container and so reduce the amount of ice needed to keep the contents chilled.

The main advantages of insulation liner are:

  • Insulation liner help to prevent heat transmission entering from the surrounding warm air, the engine room and heat leaks (fish hold walls, hatches, pipes and stanchions);
  • Insulation liner help to optimize the useful capacity of the fish hold and fish-chilling operating costs;
  • Insulation liner help reduce energy requirements for refrigeration systems if these are used.

Paper cups

Paper cups have been documented in imperial China, where paper was invented by 2nd century BC. Paper cups were known as chih pei and were used for the serving of tea. They were constructed in different sizes and colors, and were adorned with decorative designs. Textual evidence of paper cups appears in a description of the possessions of the Yu family, from the city of Hangzhou.

The modern paper cup was developed in the 20th century. In the early 20th century, it was common to have shared glasses or dippers at water sources such as school faucets or water barrels in trains. This shared use caused public health concerns. One notable investigation into their use was the study by Alvin Davison, biology professor at Lafayette College, published with the sensational title “Death in School Drinking Cups” in Technical World Magazine in August 1908, based on research carried out in Easton, Pennsylvania’s public schools. The article was reprinted and distributed by the Massachusetts State Board of Health in November 1909.

FROM: Wikipedia

Hot cafe cup

Paper cups are normally made in heavier weight board to give extra heat insulation,coated PE/PLA on the inside,suitable for all hot and cold drinks,They are available fully printed with your own cup design or designed by our in-house design team to your specification.Effectively build and promote your brand in the marketplace, increase your sales, and results in better brand image and customer engagement.