Polypropylene Spundbonded Non-woven
PP Non-Woven's main constituent is polypropylene (PP), an organic compound produced as a by-product of crude oil refinery. Through spunbonding process, Polypropylene is transformed into fabric. PP can be repeatedly melted and solidified by heating and cooling so that any scrap generated in processing can be reused. Generally no chemical change takes place during forming.
The first PP Non-Woven fabric was commercialized in the 1960s and has since become popular as a modern material which is widely applied to fashion, shoes and handbags, family products, shopping bags, garment bags, packing materials, medical uses, agricultural industry, etc.
Polypropylene is water resistant, air permeable, fire proof, soft and also possesses many additional positive characteristics: