Non Woven Fabrics for Hygiene
Nonwoven fabrics are largely and widely used in disposable hygienic fields. What do we do with discarded disposable nonwoven products? Most of the nonwovens are not biodegradable. This hard degradation nonwoven will bring contaminates to the earth. Here we recommend you the 100% biodegradable PLA nonwoven for medical applications. Naturally anti-bacterial properties will protect human much more better. Allergy free when it contacts with human skin. Differences between PLA, PET, PP spunbond nonwoven
100% biodegradable PLA nonwoven withe zero polution. Natural degradation is not available in many other nonwovens, and PLA filament nonwoven can be biodegradable, and decomposition to regenerate more resources to achieve sustainable development. Because PLA nonwoven is made by 100% biodegradable filatment fibers. When PLA nonwoven come to the end of their useful life, they can be returned to the earth, unlike petroleum based products, which can only be disposed of through thermal recycling, physical recycling or landfill.
What makes the PLA nonwoven is so special?
1. PLA nonwoven is thermoplastic biodegradable green nonwovenmaterials.
2.The raw material is starch and is extracted from corn, wheat, cassava and some other plants. The glucose was obtained by decomposition. Lactic acid bacteria are fermented to lactate. High purity polylactic acid was synthesized by chemical synthesis.
3. It will normally take 45 days for the completely decomposite into CO2 and H2O under the action of microorganisms, water, acids and alkalis when PLA nonwoven products are discarded in soil or water.No pollute to the earth. So it's a completely natural cycle of degradable nonwoven material. In different environment, the decompostion speed will change accordingly.