Non Woven Fabric is material manufactured from short and long fibers bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent materials. These fabrics are broadly defined as sheets or web structures that are bonded together either mechanically, chemically or thermally. These engineered fabrics can be disposable that is meant for single use or durable also. Various functions which these fibers performed or accord to the main fabric are absorbency, stretch, tensile strength, durability, acoustic insulation, filtration, softness, bacteria prevention etc. Their structure varies from crisp, harsh, hard to tear, soft to touch to extremely weak depending upon the particular application they are put to use.
This non woven fabric is highly used in many industries like Filtration Industry, Automotive Industry, Home Textiles, Packaging Industry and many more to count. Their respective share in different sectors can be clearly judge from the various purposes they are being put into use.
As per the report of the Non Woven Fabric Market Research the market size for nonwovens globally is estimated to grow from USD 22.62 Billion in 2016 to USD 34.85 Billion by 2022. This market size is projected from 2017 to 2022. This project is based on the analysis of Key Regions that is Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, The Middle East, Africa and Latin America. Among all Asia-Pacific is considered to be the largest and fastest growing market during this period followed by North America and Europe respectively. The reason for such high growth of this industry being the rising awareness for hygiene and personal care. It has mandate the manufacturers to use these fibers as they are highly bacteria resistant and provide the required features to the main product making it highly suitable and feasible for use.
On the basis of given market report, it can be well assessed that non woven fabric market is expected to witness a considerable growth in the coming years owing to the growth of modern health care in developing countries and rising awareness of environmental friendly fabrics. As at Jhanji Textiles also we manufacture these fibers from PET flakes which are derived from 100% recycled PET bottles. These Polyester based fabrics are also very cheap alternative to fabric and have high tensile strength and durability.