NWF (acronym for “Non-woven fabric”) is a material similar to fabric but obtained by an alloy of fibers and a polymer, usually polypropylene (PP), randomly arranged and glued together by heat or pressure. Nonwoven fabric is used in the textile industry to refer to fabrics, such as felt, that are not woven or knitted. In recent years, nonwovens have become an alternative to polyurethane foam. In recent years, nonwovens have become an alternative to polyurethane foam.
The non-woven fabric is a flat, flexible and porous structure, made up of a veil or blanket of fibers or filaments, oriented directionally or randomly, consolidated by mechanical (friction) and/or chemical (adhesion) and/or thermal (cohesion) action. ) and combinations thereof.
Non-woven fabric is also known as nonwoven (in English language), notejido (in Spanish language), tessuto nontessuto (in Italian language), nontissé (French) and vliesstoffe (German).
Weights from 15gsm to 120gsm, with various colors available.
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