Polypropylene Spun Bonded Non-Woven Fabric
ValueWeb Spunbond fabrics are made by blowing continuous spun filament fibers on to a collector and then bonding those fibers together. They typically have more uniform properties than other structures of non-wovens.
Acme Mills produces SBPP (spun bonded polypropylene) in custom Widths, Lengths, & Weights ranging from 12GSM to over 300GSM.
Due to the versatility of this fabric, ValueWeb is currently being used in countless applications.
- Personal Hygiene
- Food & Beverage
- PP or polypropylene fabrics are extremely durable and resistant to abrasion and wear, which makes them a favorite among the manufacturing, industrial, and textile/ upholstery industry.
- Can withstand repeated and long-term use the PP fabric also is stain resistant.
- PP fabric has the lowest thermal conductivity of all synthetic or natural claiming it as an excellent insulator.
- Polypropylene fibers are resistant to sunlight to when dyed it is fade resistant.
- PP fabric is resistant to fabric bacteria and other microbes and has a high level of endurance with moths, mildew, and molds.
- It is difficult to ignite polypropylene fibres. They are combustible; however, not flammable. With specific additives, it becomes fire-retardant.
- Additionally, polypropylene fibres are also resistant to water.