Bi-Component Fiber Production Line
Specifications of Acrylic Fiber
Denier Size: 30Den to 450Den
Bi-Component fiber, also known as composite fiber, is formed by composite spinning holes at the same time. The common structural forms are: sheath core type, side by side, island type, and orange type.
The more common two-component hot-melt bonding fibers are ES fibers (PP/PE composite fibers). After the ES fiber is heat-treated, a part of the skin layer is melted to bond, and the rest remains in a fiber state, and at the same time, it has a small heat shrinkage rate, and a nonwoven fabric molded body without a binder can be formed. Non-woven fabrics with different effects can be obtained by selecting different heat treatment methods.
For example: hot air bonding type → fluffy non-woven fabric
Hot rolled adhesive type → high strength non-woven fabric
The ES fiber series has a wide range of processing suitability, and ES fibers can be used in all major nonwoven processing methods.
For example: hot rolled (CATENDER) hot air type (THROUGH-AIR), needled type (NEEDLE PUNCH), wet type (WET LAID), air laid type (AIR-LAID), spunlaced (SPUNLACE).
Creel Stand→Furl Stand→Guiding Frame→Dip Oil Bath→First Drafter→Draw Bath→Second Drafter→Steam Heated Beam→Third Drafter→Stacker→Crimper→Belt Conveyor→Spreader→Relaxing Oven→Tension Device→Cutter Device→Fiber Conveyor→Baler