Meltblown fabric is a kind of non-woven fabric. Non-wov […]
Meltblown fabric is a kind of non-woven fabric. Non-woven fabric is also called "non-woven fabric", which refers to the fabric formed without spinning and weaving. The non-woven fabric industry originated in Europe and America in the 1950s and in the 1970s. At the end of its introduction to China for industrial production, non-woven fabrics evolved into spunbond, needle punched, spunlaced, chemical bonding, thermal bonding, air-laid, wet, melt-blown and other processes during the development process.
Because it is the core material of medical protective masks, meltblown cloth is well-known to the public, and it is even hard to find a cloth when the epidemic is serious. However, before the epidemic, meltblown fabrics were relatively niche in the non-woven fabric industry. The data shows that the output of spunbonded non-woven fabrics in 2019 was 3.0943 million tons, accounting for 49.80% of the total output of non-woven fabrics. During the same period, the output of melt-blown non-woven fabrics accounted for only 1.07% of the total non-woven fabrics. .
At present, the non-woven fabric market is not as hot as the previous two months, but many types are still in short supply. The demand for non-woven products such as spunlace and super fiber used in the production of fast-moving consumer goods is still increasing, and is affected by the epidemic. As a result, foreign demand for non-woven fabrics has soared, and foreign sources are in short supply, so there are many non-woven fabric purchase orders to China.
The whole market fever is expected to continue until the end of this year, but the market in 2021 and beyond cannot be rashly concluded. After all, in the absence of an epidemic, the non-woven fabric industry directly related to the epidemic only meets the normal consumption of the daily medical care industry. After this epidemic, consumers' consumption behaviors, habits and consciousness will change, and the non-woven fabrics of daily fast-moving varieties will have a continuing tendency.
In the short term, the epidemic will catalyze the demand for spunlace and meltblown non-woven fabrics. In the future, governments and hospitals will also increase reserves of protective equipment. Residents’ demand for disinfection wipes and other cleaning products is also expected to increase. This epidemic will catalyze the development of non-woven fabrics. Demand growth.
In the future, the growth in demand for downstream medical, personal hygiene and healthcare products will drive the continuous growth of non-woven fabrics.