Polyester (PET) non-woven fabric is a hydrophobic nonwoven fabric, and the hydrophobicity of the non-woven fabric varies according to the gram size. The larger and thicker the weight, the better the hydrophobicity. If there are water droplets on the surface of the non-woven fabric, the water droplets will slide directly off the surface.
2. High-temperature resistance
As the melting point of polyester is around 260°C, it can maintain the stability of the non-woven fabric's dimensions in an environment that requires temperature resistance. It has been widely used in heat transfer printing, transmission oil filtration, and some composite materials that require high-temperature resistance.
3. High strength
Polyester (PET) spun-bond non-woven fabric is a filament non-woven fabric. Its excellent strength, good air permeability, tensile and tear resistance, and anti-aging properties have been used in various fields.
4. Anti-gamma rays
Polyester (PET) spun-bond non-woven fabrics also have a very special physical property: resistance to gamma rays. In other words, if it is applied to medical products, it can be directly sterilized with gamma rays without destroying its physical properties and dimensional stability. This is a physical property that polypropylene (PP) spun-bond non-woven fabric does not have.