Spunbond polypropylene is formed by bonding fibers together to form a single layer of woven-like material which provides it protective barrier properties.
SP is lightweight, breathable which makes it a very popular choice for basic protective apparel to protect your clothes from general dirt and grime while keeping you cool and comfortable.
SMS features a 3-layered material construction, utilising an inner and outer layer of spunbond polypropylene and a middle layer of meltblown.
This structure makes it strong, fluid-resistant and breathable also provides an optimal mix of protection and comfort. It is suitable for extended wear situations involving low to moderate fluid and particular protection.
SF features a 2-layered material construction, consisting of an inner layer of spunbond polypropylene and a microporous film out layer. This composite structures enable water vapor(perspiration) and air to pass through, yet restricts liquid flow.
The breathable back sheets composites have a cloth like touch and are broadly used as the back sheet layer of premium diapers. It is appropriate for extended wear situations involving fluid, chemical and particulate proof protection.
SFS features a 3-layered material construction, utilising an inner and outer layer of spunbond polypropylene and a middle layer of microporous film. The microporous film in inserted acts as a main chemical barrier. The other two layers make the fabric breathable and strengthen the protective performance.
This structure creates a lightweight protective barrier with great chemical protective properties. Widely apply to high class protection area of medical, industrial and consumer products.
PP+PE is one layer of polypropylene coated with one layer of impervious polyethylene film. This association gives excellent performance and barrier efficiency against most families of chemicals and particles.
This fabric is particularly robust and lint free which makes it a very popular choice for protective apparel requiring a high level of fluid and particular protection.