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About of Under Printed Woodpulp Spunlace Nonwoven

Under Printed Woodpulp Spunlace Nonwoven is a type of nonwoven fabric that is made from wood pulp fibers that are spun and then bonded together using a process called "spunlacing." The term "under printed" refers to the process of printing designs or patterns on the nonwoven fabric before it is converted into a finished product.
Spunlacing is a process in which wood pulp fibers are placed on a moving water jet that then intersects with another set of water jets. The water jets entangle the fibers together, bonding them to form a stable web. This process allows for the creation of a fabric that is strong, absorbent, and flexible.
The use of wood pulp fibers, as opposed to synthetic fibers, gives the fabric a natural and eco-friendly characteristic. Wood pulp fibers are also readily biodegradable, which makes the fabric a sustainable option.
Under Printed Woodpulp Spunlace nonwoven fabrics are commonly used in a variety of applications such as baby wipes, facial wipes, personal care wipes, and cleaning wipes. They are also used in medical and health care products such as surgical drapes and gowns, bandages and wound dressings. They have good water absorption and softness properties.
The under printing process can also help improve the aesthetic appeal of the final product, as it allows for the creation of a wide range of patterns and designs on the fabric.
It's important to note that, before use, it's important to check the product's specifications, such as biocompatibility and flammability, to ensure that it is suitable for the intended use.