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Sewing spunbond is a material made of thin polypropylene fibers joined by thermal bonding. Strong, wear-resistant and durable spunbond has established itself as a universal material with a huge amount of application.

Areas of sewing spunbond application

Spunbond is used in production and in everyday life in the following areas:

  • furniture industry (for isolation of spring blocks in the manufacture of mattresses, sewing removable covers, chairs, etc.);
  • automotive industry (noise and sound insulation);
  • leather haberdashery (manufacture of porte-monnaie, bags, suitcases, backpacks, wallets, etc.);
  • packaging materials (covers for bedding, pillows, clothes and other goods;
  • manufacturing of clothes (material for construction, reinforcement of corsage, inlay, cushioning material, etc;
  • shoe industry (duplication of leather, manufacture of disposable slippers, lining material, manufacture of insoles, etc.).
Sewing Spunbond

Benefits of Sewing Spunbond

Due to using sewing spunbond the appearance of products is improved and their cost is reduced. This material has a lot of advantages:

  • environmental friendliness – does not cause allergic reactions and does not contain toxic substances;
  • simple use – spunbond is easy to cut and is technological;
  • permeability – air or steam can pass through the material;
  • durability and wear resistance – spunbond does not mold, does not rot, is resistant to breaking, stretching and temperature changes;
  • preservation of purity – the material can be sterilized;
  • repulsive properties – repels dirt and water;
  • non-electrification – does not accumulate static electricity;
  • filtering properties – due to the quality of the filter.

Sewing spunbond is a profitable, ecological and functional solution for your business. We will answer all your questions, help with the choice and open up new opportunities for you.