Non-woven Fabric Recycling

Non-woven fabric is made of polypropylene (pp material) grain as raw material, through high temperature melting, spinneret, laying, hot rolling and continuous one-step production.
Non-woven fabric is a kind of fabric that does not require spinning and weaving. It is just oriented or randomly arranged textile short fibers or filaments to form a fiber network structure, and then reinforced by mechanical, thermal adhesive or chemical methods.
Instead of being interwoven and braided one by one, the fibers are physically glued together, so that when you reach the scale in your clothes, you will find that you cannot pull out the threads. Nonwovens break through the traditional textile principle, and has the characteristics of short process, fast production rate, high yield, low cost, wide use, multiple raw material sources and so on.
Non-woven fabrics that can not be used again can also be recycled and reused into particles, applied in every aspect of life.
Recycled plastic particles have a wide range of applications. In daily life, recycled particles can be used to manufacture a variety of plastic bags, buckets, POTS, toys, furniture, stationery and other living utensils and a variety of plastic products. Clothing industry, can be used to manufacture clothing, ties, buttons, zippers. In terms of building materials, plastic wood profiles derived from recycled plastic particles are used to manufacture various building components, plastic doors and Windows.
As an environmental advocate, JML has always placed sustainable development at the heart of its strategy. We are committed to fabric recycling solutions where converting fabric into fiber is not only cost saving, but also friendly to our environment and the planet. From the use of raw materials and energy in production, to the application of our products by customers or consumers, to disposal or recycling, we constantly strive to find new ways to improve sustainability.

Post time: Jan-05-2023