Tearaway Embroidery Paper
Tearaway embroidery paper is a type of stabilizer used in machine embroidery. It is a non-woven material made from fibers that are compressed and bonded together. Tearaway embroidery paper is designed to be easily torn away from the finished embroidery design after stitching is complete.
The purpose of using tearaway embroidery paper is to provide stability to the fabric during the stitching process. This is especially important when working with thin or stretchy fabrics that may shift or pucker during embroidery. Tearaway embroidery paper provides a solid base for the stitching to hold onto, ensuring that the design remains in place and looks clean and professional.
Some benefits of using tearaway embroidery paper include:
- Easy to use: Tearaway embroidery paper is simple to use and does not require any special skills or tools.
- Versatile: Tearaway embroidery paper can be used with a wide variety of fabrics, including knits, wovens, and non-wovens.
- Precise results: Tearaway embroidery paper provides a stable base for embroidery, ensuring that the design is accurate and precise.
- Clean finish: Tearaway embroidery paper tears cleanly away from the finished embroidery, leaving no residue or marks.
- Cost-effective: Tearaway embroidery paper is an affordable option for stabilizing fabric during embroidery.
Tearaway embroidery paper comes in various weights and densities to suit different types of fabrics and embroidery designs. It can be easily cut to size and is available in pre-cut sheets or on a roll for convenience.
Overall, tearaway embroidery paper is a reliable and easy-to-use stabilizer that can help ensure successful and professional-looking machine embroidery projects.
- client: Cotton
- Location: Embroidery Paper
PP Spunbond Non Woven Fabric
PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is a type of non-woven fabric made from polypropylene (PP) fibers that are bonded together using a high-temperature, high-pressure process. This process involves extruding molten PP fibers onto a conveyor belt, which is then passed through a series of rollers to form a web of fibers. The web is then bonded together using heat and pressure, creating a non-woven fabric.
PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is known for its strength, durability, and resistance to moisture and chemicals. Some of the benefits of using PP spun-bond non-woven fabric include:
- High tensile strength: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric has high tensile strength, making it strong and durable.
- Lightweight: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is lightweight, making it easy to handle and transport.
- Water-resistant: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is resistant to water and moisture, making it ideal for use in applications where moisture resistance is important.
- Chemical resistance: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is resistant to chemicals, making it suitable for use in applications where chemical resistance is important.
- Breathable: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is breathable, making it suitable for use in applications where air permeability is important.
Some common applications of PP spun-bond non-woven fabric include:
- Agriculture: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is used in agriculture for crop covers, weed control, and soil stabilization.
- Medical industry: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is used in the medical industry for surgical gowns, face masks, and other medical textiles.
- Home furnishings: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is used in home furnishings, such as curtains, tablecloths, and upholstery.
- Packaging: PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is used in packaging for bags, wrapping, and other applications.
Overall, PP spun-bond non-woven fabric is a versatile and cost-effective material that offers a wide range of benefits for various applications.
- client: Polypropylene
- Location: Non Woven Fabric
- Surface Area: Upto 2200 mm
- Architect: 6 – 150
- Year Of Complited: As per requirement
- Project Value: Diaperstock, Feminine Hygiene, Absorbent Materials, Tablecover Laminates, For Packaging, where porosity is needed, Shopping Bags, Pillows, Cushions, Mattress Cores, Upholstery Padding, Medical Face Masks, Disposable Clothing, Crop Protection Fabric
Needle Punch Non Woven Fabric
Needle-punch non-woven fabric is a type of synthetic textile material that is produced using a needle-punching process. This process involves mechanically punching thousands of barbed needles through synthetic fibers, which interlock and entangle to create a fabric.
The needle-punch process allows for the creation of a wide variety of textures and densities, making needle-punch non-woven fabrics versatile and suitable for various applications. Some of the benefits of using needle punch non-woven fabrics include:
- Durability: Needle punch non-woven fabrics are highly durable and can withstand wear and tear, making them ideal for applications that require a high level of strength.
- Softness: Needle punch non-woven fabrics can be made with a soft texture, making them comfortable to use in applications where skin contact is necessary.
- Absorption: Needle punch non-woven fabrics can be made with high absorbency levels, making them useful in applications where liquids need to be absorbed or contained.
- Breathability: Needle punch non-woven fabrics can be produced with good air permeability, making them suitable for applications that require good ventilation.
- Cost-effective: Needle punch non-woven fabrics can be produced in high volumes at a relatively low cost, making them a cost-effective solution for a wide range of applications.
Some common applications of needle punch non-woven fabrics include:
- Automotive industry: Needle punch non-woven fabrics are used in the automotive industry for car interiors, such as headliners, carpets, and seat cushions.
- Home furnishings: Needle punch non-woven fabrics are used in home furnishings, such as carpets, rugs, and upholstery.
- Medical industry: Needle punch non-woven fabrics are used in the medical industry for wound dressings, surgical gowns, and other medical textiles.
- Geotextiles: Needle punch non-woven fabrics are used in geotextiles for soil stabilization, erosion control, and drainage applications.
Overall, needle punch non-woven fabrics offer a versatile and cost-effective solution for a wide range of applications that require durability, softness, absorption, and breathability.
- client: Polypropylene fibers
- Location: Short length
- Surface Area: 58 – 68 Inches
- Architect: 160 – 400
- Year Of Complited: As per requirement
- Project Value: Three-dimensional
Geo Textile Non Woven Fabric
Geotextile non-woven fabrics are specialized fabrics that are designed to be used in civil engineering and construction projects to help improve soil stability, drainage, and erosion control. They are made from synthetic fibers, such as polypropylene, polyester, or nylon, and are manufactured using a process that creates a web of fibers that are held together with heat or chemical bonding.
Geotextile non-woven fabrics come in different grades and thicknesses, depending on the specific needs of the project. Some of the benefits of using geotextile non-woven fabrics include:
- Soil stabilization: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can be used to stabilize soil, preventing soil movement and erosion caused by water or wind.
- Drainage: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can be used to create a drainage layer to allow water to pass through while keeping soil particles in place.
- Filtration: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can be used to filter water and other liquids to prevent soil particles from washing away.
- Strength: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can provide additional strength to soil structures, such as retaining walls or roadways.
- Environmental protection: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can be used to prevent soil contamination and protect against pollution caused by hazardous materials.
However, some drawbacks of using geotextile non-woven fabrics include:
- Cost: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can be more expensive than traditional construction materials.
- Installation: Proper installation of geotextile non-woven fabrics requires specialized equipment and expertise.
- Durability: Geotextile non-woven fabrics can degrade over time due to exposure to sunlight, chemicals, and other environmental factors.
Overall, geotextile non-woven fabrics can provide a cost-effective and sustainable solution for improving soil stability, drainage, and erosion control in civil engineering and construction projects.
- client: Plain
- Location: Roll
- Surface Area: 0.3 – 5 mm
- Architect: Non-Woven
- Year Of Complited: As Per Requirement
- Project Value: Short Fibre
Disposable 3 Ply Non Woven Face Mask
A disposable 3-ply non-woven face mask is a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) that is designed to help protect the wearer from airborne particles and liquid droplets. It is made up of three layers of non-woven material that are heat-sealed together to form a single piece of fabric.
The three layers of the disposable face mask are as follows:
- Outer layer: This layer is made up of a non-woven material that is designed to repel water, blood, and other bodily fluids.
- Middle layer: The middle layer is the filter layer, made up of a high-density melt-blown polypropylene material that is designed to filter out small particles and bacteria.
- Inner layer: This layer is made up of a soft, non-woven material that is designed to absorb moisture and provide a comfortable fit against the face.
Some of the benefits of using a disposable 3-ply non-woven face mask include:
- Protection: The mask can help protect the wearer from airborne particles and liquid droplets, reducing the risk of infection from diseases such as COVID-19.
- Convenience: The mask is disposable, which means that it can be easily discarded after use, reducing the need for cleaning and maintenance.
- Comfort: The soft, non-woven material used in the mask’s inner layer provides a comfortable fit against the face.
- Affordability: Disposable face masks are typically more affordable than reusable masks.
- client: Disposable
- Location: 3 Ply
- Year Of Complited: Earloop
- Project Value: 3 Ply Non Woven
Artificial Grass Mats
Artificial grass mats are synthetic grass surfaces designed to replicate the look and feel of natural grass. They are typically made from materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, or nylon, and are often used as an alternative to natural grass in areas where real grass cannot grow or is difficult to maintain.
Artificial grass mats come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small, portable mats to large rolls of turf. They are commonly used in areas such as indoor sports facilities, outdoor sports fields, residential lawns, and commercial landscapes. Some of the benefits of using artificial grass mats include:
- Low maintenance: Artificial grass mats require very little maintenance, such as mowing, watering, or fertilizing. They are easy to clean and can be washed with a hose or a pressure washer.
- Durable: Artificial grass mats are designed to withstand heavy foot traffic and weather conditions such as rain, sun, and snow.
- Cost-effective: Although the initial cost of artificial grass mats may be higher than natural grass, they require less maintenance and can last for many years, making them a cost-effective option in the long run.
- Environmentally friendly: Artificial grass mats do not require water or chemicals such as pesticides or fertilizers, making them a more environmentally friendly option than natural grass.
- client: Glory Turf
- Location: Customizable
- Surface Area: As Per Requirement
- Year Of Complited: As Per Requirement