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Melt-blown production line WST-PP600
textile

melt-blown production line
melt-blown production line
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WESTECH Melt-Blown Fabric Production Line Melt-blown fabric is an important material and has a wide range of applications in many fields. It mainly uses Polypropylene as the main raw material. WESTECH provides turn-key solutions for melt-blown fabric production line. Help you to produce high quality melt blown fabric. We are now supplies 4 models to produce melt-blown fabric width of 600mm, 800mm, 1200mm and 1600mm. Parameter: Model: WST-PP600 Fabric Width:600mm Capacity:25kg/H Dimension:9mx4mx3.5m Power:260KW Color: Standard Capacity: 25kg/H Speed: 30m/min Control: Digital + full color touch screen Description: Meltblown fabric is a non-woven fabric made by melt blown method with PP as the main raw material. Melt Blown Method: The melt blown method is a spinning method that uses a high-speed hot air flow to rapidly stretch, solidify, and shape a polymer melt that has just been extruded. The advantage is that the process flow is short, and the non-woven fabric can be directly produced by spinning. The fiber diameter of the melt-blown cloth can reach 1 to 5 microns. With many voids, fluffy structure, and good fold resistance, these ultra-fine fibers with unique capillary structure increase the number and surface area of fibers per unit area, thus making the melt-blown cloth have great performance on filtering, shielding, heat insulation, and oil absorption. Therefore, it can be used as air, liquid filtration materials, insulation materials, absorption materials, mask materials, thermal insulation materials and oil-absorbing materials.

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