The spunlacing process uses high-speed jets of water to entangle fibres with each other.
The process makes it possible to produce materials with better uniformity at high speeds and low product weights.
The nonwoven fabrics made by this method have specific properties such as soft handle and drapability and are available as plain material, with embossed pattern or aperture construction. For special purpose we can supply material with isotrophic characteristics.
Typical end uses are wipes for industrial cleaning and technical fabrics for lamination.