Spunbond as Technically
Spunbond is a type of non-woven fabric that is consisted of transforming polymer into filament and laying that filament randomly.
Spunbond non-woven tela is technically produced between the weights of 12 g/m2 and 200 g/m2; the maximum and minimum standards are changing according to the advancing technology. Spunbond fabric measures are generally between 2 cm and 320 cm in width and the length in meters varies according to the weight in grams. Many applications; such as printing, lamination, and glue can be implemented to the spunbond non-woven fabrics easily.
The fabrics, that can be recycled 100%, are resistant to heat up to 170 – 180 centigrade degrees. Spunbond fabrics can be produced with hydrophobic and hydrophilic features. By adding UV additives to spunbond non-woven fabrics, the fabric can be made to be much more resistant to sun rays. Spunbond fabrics are anti-bacterial and an economical fabric in terms of price.
PETSABOND produces non-woven fabrics with superior strength, stiffness, and purity, where 100% PET raw material is converted into filament and the filaments formed are combined into one piece by thermal means. These fabrics can be produced from 12 g/m2 (0,5 oz/yd2) to 200 g/m2 (7 oz/yd2) and maximum 3,2 meters in width; in desired denier and color; up to 120 cm roll diameters.
PETSABOND spunbond fabrics are produced in a way to meet the needs with its features such as superior strength per unit weight, high heat resistance and pressure resistance, dyeability, high tensile strength and sizing as well as non-flammability. It can be preferred safely in medical, textile, automotive, agriculture, filtration, and industrial fields.