Nonwovens remain unchanged in the construction and construction markets. Although they are generally not visible, non-woven fabrics play an important role in the new construction and renovation of existing buildings and houses - they are part of many areas such as house packaging, roofing materials, window lighting, insulation and sound insulation. Nonwovens and composites manufacturers are optimistic about the future of nonwovens in the market. The following are some of the analysis and judgments of the industry giants on the market.
Polyester nonwoven fabric is the most commonly used carrier because it combines good mechanical strength and high elongation. In the glass fiber reinforced products produced by kedebao, the flexibility of the polyester and the stability of the glass combine to give the nonwoven fabric excellent handling properties.
Composite materials are reshaping the construction market, transforming the use of standard materials into high-performance products and systems through fiberglass reinforcement and specialty nonwovens. We expect this trend to continue.
Nonwoven glass fiber MATS is typically produced by wet method on a slanted wire former and then impregnated with a synthetic water based binder to dry the impregnated coil and solidified in a gas heated belt dryer. After inspection, the paperboard core in the turret winder is cut and wound.
The nonwoven fabric is laminated on the back of the waterproof film for flat roofing, industrial or commercial construction. The nonwoven fabric ACTS acts as a protective film and ACTS acts as a barrier between the roof and the membrane. In addition, the nonwoven material imparts tensile strength and elongation to the film.