Spunbond

Texfil Spunbond (Poland) is produced in Poland near Lodz on high quality equipment using state-of-the-art technologies. The non-woven spunbond fabric from Texton company is manufactured on advanced technological level. Spunbond Texfil is produced of 100% polypropylene polymer through its melting and further thermobonding. Totally automated production is controlled by the computer system. Due to its maximum adaptivity, manufacturing process allows to customize many product parameters and even recycle used raw material. Texfil Spunbond fabric production does not leave hazardous wastes or air pollution. Technological process conformity is confirmed with numerous European diplomas and certificates.

There are several density options of Texfil Spunbond product line: from 13 g/m2 to 150 g/m2, depending on target application and production method. Spunbond fabric thickness determines its breathability, firmness, thermal isolating properties etc. There is a wide color range of the non-woven Texfil spunbond fabric.

This material is used in furniture industry as an intermediate layer between the mattress core and the padding. The spunbond fabric is often applied in mattress production for wrapping of spring blocks, as well as in footwear industry, disposable sanitary and medical products etc.

Advantages of the non-woven Spunbond fabric:

Mattress production is the most often soft furniture industry application of the non-woven Spunbond fabric. The Spunbond is used for making both replaceable slip-covers and inner mattress ticks, to fix forms and patterns of the shaped padding, as well as in sitting furniture production.

Orthopedic mattress manufacturers use the spunbond fabric as an intermediate layer to balance the core spring block, and as cases for separate springs.

Spunbond properties allow to use it in the furniture industry to upholster lower and rear sides of the soft furniture pieces, to protect the innerspring block, and to saw inner mattress and pillow cases.

The Spunbond fabric boasts of high abrasion resistance, which allows using it as a material for inner lining of bags, totes, and other accessories, as well as an outer finishing and decoration material.

Due to its high quality, strength and easy cutting, the non-woven Spunbond fabric is often used as a disposal material in footwear industry (as a material for lining and inner soles, for fabric-to-leather bonding etc.).

Consumer industry applications of spunbond fabric includes production of special-purpose disposable medical and protective garments, to protect workers from hazardous substances, dust, and dirt. The garments include working clothes for personnel of beauty salons, pharmaceutical industry, catering establishments and electronic production. Spunbond products are sterilizable, they may be manually washed or cleaned.

The Spunbond fabric is widely used as a lining in purses, sports and men’s bags, backpacks, suitcases, briefcases andreusable large carrier bags.

The Spunbond is often used for sawing of garment covers, cases for bed linen, duvets, blankets, and pillows.

Products made of Spunbond fabric are widely used for medicine and hygiene purposes as this material is chemically stable, strong, high temperature resistant, alcali-proof, and acid-resistant, therefore sterilizable. The Spunbond fabric is widely used in manufacturing of disposable bed items, disposable medical garments, sheets and towels, as well as in hygiene items production.

Material, from which medical garments are made, must be hygienic, highly dense, assuring thermal comfort of the wearer, and well-protected againsthazardous substances spilt on such garments.

Among Spunbond’s key selling points there are its hydrophobic, antistatic, bactericidal properties etc.

Disposable spunbond bed linen is not toxic, does not provoke allergies, is highly durable and abrasion resistant, and shows high-level of ergonomic properties.