Production Processes Creating a Wide Range of Products

Production Methods for Felt and Nonwoven Fabrics

Both production methods start with the same procedure in which a web made from randomly arranged fibers is lapped to form multiple layers.After that, in the felt production fibers are entangled with each other to form a cloth by utilizing the fulling ability of wool and applying moisture, heat & pressure (vibration). On the other hand, in the nonwoven fabric production fibers are mechanically entangled or chemically bonded to form a cloth.Every fiber such as natural, synthetic and inorganic fibers can be used for the above production methods, and high-performance & highly-sophisticated materials can be produced.The following are our production processes for felt and nonwoven fabrics.
C Various Binding Processes

C Needle-Punching

y Production Method z@
Fibers are mechanically entangled with each other by penetrating the web upward and downward repeatedly with arrays of barbed needles.

y Feature z As there is considerable design flexibility, every fiber ranging from thin to thick, from soft to thick, can be used for a wide range of specifications and characteristics.
y Application z
Filters, Pads, Industrial Materials, Carpets and Interlining