Non-woven fabrics are used to manufacture a variety of products in the healthcare industry, such as surgical gowns, aprons, curtains, mask components and wound dressings.They are also used in sanitary products such as pads, pads, tampons, baby diapers and pads.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the demand for non-woven masks to prevent the spread of the virus has increased dramatically. This has led to exponential growth in global demand for non-woven fabrics.
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to see a significant increase in the use of sanitary products during the forecast period due to the increasing adoption of feminine hygiene products in countries such as India and China.
In India, it is currently estimated that over 60% of Indian women do not use health care products. This is mainly due to the large number of people living in rural areas. With the increasing penetration rate of health care products, the non-woven fabric market in the country is expected to grow rapidly due to increased health preventive measures.
In China, the market for feminine products and baby diapers is growing rapidly due to an increase in hygiene-related issues.
Other factors such as population growth, an aging population and the global COVID-19 outbreak are driving demand for non-woven fabrics in the healthcare industry.
Medical nonwovens are a kind of product with development potential, which gives full play to the advantages of fiber as a health care material. It is the product of the emerging industry subject formed by the integration and cross of various disciplines. Including operating clothing, protective clothing, disinfectant bag cloth, mask, diaper, civil rag, wiping cloth, wet face towel, magic towel, soft towel roll, beauty supplies, sanitary napkins, sanitary pads, and disposable sanitary fabric.