PILL wet-laid nonwoven laboratory machines test fibre types of
different length, thickness and preparation conditions. In a few
minutes the suitability for sheet formation can be determined using
a variety of materials, blends and consistencies.
Which fibre for which nonwoven fabric?
First of all the demands on the wet nonwoven material are to be
defined. What shall be it's characteristics? Fibre materials are
used for formation of sheet volume and determine the absorbency,
opacity, elasticity, dimension stability and ageing resistance of
Depending on the combination of fibres food-approved, isolating,
fire resistant, permeable and impermeable, textile-like and
paper-like, tenacious and crease-resistant nonwovens can be
produced. The field of application is immense.
PILL NASSVLIESTECHNIK offers advice and support with its experience
from countless tests, with e.g.:
Flax, Hemp, Jute, Kenaf, Bast, Coconut, Palm, Ramie, Sisal, Pina,
Banana/Abaca, Lilien, Mulberry bast/Kozo, Salago, Wood-chips,
Cotton, Wool, Hair, Neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), ...
Viscose, Rayon, PES, CoPES, PA 6, PP, Polyacrylic, Aramide, Nylon, ...
PVA, Cotton-Polyester, Bicomponent fibres
C-Glass, E-Glass, Quarzglass, Microglass, Rockwool, Basalt
of all kinds
Waste and recycling fibres
Textiles, Leather, Shear-dust, Carpet fibres, ...