The influence of water jet pressure settings on the structure and absorbency of spunlace nonwoven

  title={The influence of water jet pressure settings on the structure and absorbency of spunlace nonwoven},
  author={F. Hajiani and S. Hosseini and N. Ansari and A. Jeddi},
  journal={Fibers and Polymers},
Nowadays, the use of nonwovens as absorbent products is increasing. One of the most important methods for the nonwoven production is spunlace. This research evaluates the effect of spunlace nonwoven structures in wicking, water retention, water vapor permeability and porosity structural parameter of nonwoven. Carded webs from polyester fibers and viscous fibers of four different basis weights (35, 40, 45, and 50 g/m2) were hydroentangled using three different water jet pressures (50, 60, and 70… Expand
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