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Durability challenges of plain wood pulp spunlace nonwovens in outdoor environments


With the increasing popularity of outdoor activities, the durability requirements for outdoor products are also getting higher and higher. As a common outdoor product material, plain wood pulp spunlaced non-woven fabric also faces severe tests in its durability in the outdoor environment.

Plain wood pulp spunlace non-woven fabrics are widely used in the outdoor field due to their unique structure and performance, such as outdoor tents, awnings, protective clothing, etc. However, prolonged sunlight exposure and ultraviolet radiation are unavoidable factors in the outdoor environment. Ultraviolet rays have strong penetrating power and can destroy the internal structure of fibers, causing them to age and become brittle. This will make the non-woven fabric fragile and prone to tearing and breakage, seriously affecting its service life.

In addition to the erosion of sunlight and ultraviolet rays, natural factors such as wind, rain and sandstorms in the outdoor environment also pose a threat to Tabby Woodpulp Spunlace Nonwoven. The erosion of wind and rain will erode the surface of non-woven fabrics, causing fibers to loosen and fall off. The particles in sandstorms will cause friction and impact on the surface of the non-woven fabric, causing wear and damage. The long-term effects of these natural factors will undoubtedly aggravate the aging process of non-woven fabrics and shorten their service life.

In order to meet these challenges and improve the durability of plain wood pulp spunlace nonwovens in outdoor environments, we can start from the following aspects:

First of all, in terms of material selection, we can choose fiber materials with better UV resistance and aging resistance. These materials can resist the erosion of ultraviolet rays and delay the aging process of fibers, thus improving the durability of non-woven fabrics.

Secondly, in the production process, we can optimize the density and tightness of fiber interweaving and improve the overall strength and toughness of non-woven fabrics. This allows the non-woven fabric to better resist deformation and damage when impacted by external forces, extending its service life.

In addition, we can also use special treatment processes such as waterproofing and dustproofing to further enhance the durability of non-woven fabrics. Waterproof treatment can prevent moisture from penetrating into the interior of the non-woven fabric and prevent fibers from being damaged by moisture; dust-proof treatment can reduce the friction and impact of sand and dust particles on the surface of the non-woven fabric, reducing the risk of wear and damage.

Tabby Woodpulp Spunlace Nonwoven face the test of a variety of natural factors in the outdoor environment, and their durability is seriously affected. By selecting appropriate fiber materials, optimizing production processes and adopting special processing techniques, we can effectively improve the durability of non-woven fabrics and meet the application needs of outdoor environments. At the same time, we should also strengthen the maintenance and upkeep of outdoor products to extend their service life and better provide support and protection for outdoor activities.