In nonwoven production, a general distinction is made between aerodynamically, hydrodynamically and mechanically formed nonwovens.
NonWoven365's expertise here lies in wetlaid technology (hydrodynamic web formation), which is closely related to paper production in its core principle. Our production plant is a closed system, where we carefully handle and recycle resources.
Our hydrodynamically formed wetlaid nonwovens consist of up to 20 mm long staple fibers or fluff fabric, which are suspended in water and deposited on inclined, continuous screens and later fixed. The water is collected, filtered and returned to the process. This closes a cycle and resources can be reused to the maximum.
Technologies, equipment and processes developed in-house enable us to control the properties of the nonwoven. Starting with the microscopic molecular structure, and according your specific needs, we develop tailor-made products with any special functionality and quality that is required. Our specialty is the processing of high-performance fibers, from carbon and glass to ceramic fiber materials, but also organic and synthetic fibers such as polyester and aramids. We also place a special focus on the development of applications based on residual and recycled materials.
The wetlaid technology offers us the possibility to respond to your exact wishes and to produce them in large as well as small series. We are also happy to work out your vision to a finished product including complete analysis and characterization. Often, there is a lack of exactly the right product to complete a project. Our many years of expertise in specialty nonwovens could be the final piece of the puzzle for the successful completion of your project.