Top Producers of Biodegradable and Plant-Based Nonwoven Fabric
At Oceancash, we specialize in creating innovative nonwoven fabric solutions for thriving hygiene markets in Southeast Asia. From baby diapers to surgical apparel, our air-through bonded and Spunlace nonwoven fabrics are the go-to choice for top-sheet, acquisition distribution layer (ADL), and back-sheet materials.
We are committed to using biodegradable materials like bamboo fiber to ensure our products are environmentally safe. Our priority is also to provide soft and gentle materials perfect for even the youngest of a child’s delicate skin. As part of our sustainability efforts, we collaborate with industry associations, NGOs, and stakeholders to promote the use of biodegradable materials and raise awareness about the importance of sustainability in the hygiene industry. We believe that by working together, we can drive positive change and create a more sustainable future for everyone.
What is Nonwoven?
Nonwovens are innovative, high-tech, engineered fabrics made from fibers. Nonwoven fabrics are broadly defined as sheet or web structures bonded together by entangling fiber or filaments (and by perforating films) mechanically, thermally or chemically. In addition to the desirable characteristics provided by this versatile nonwoven material, it has the benefit of being lightweight and safer for the environment.
Nonwoven fabric has become increasingly popular in various industries due to its versatility and unique properties. With its ability to be engineered and customized to meet the specific needs of consumers, nonwoven fabric has found its way into a wide range of applications. As a result, nonwoven fabric can be utilized in countless ways, from healthcare to hygiene products, to enhance performance and efficiency.
To meet the unique demands of the feminine hygiene market, Oceancash offers a diverse range of high-quality nonwoven materials to support health and safety. Our nonwovens are engineered with special modifications and medical-grade testing to provide exceptional absorption for high-viscosity liquids, ensuring maximum comfort and confidence for women. With our commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction, Oceancash is your trusted partner in providing reliable and effective solutions for the feminine hygiene industry.
Nonwoven Sheet Mask
Oceancash’s hydroentangled nonwoven technology delivers exceptional strength, softness, and fluid retention properties, making our sheet masks a top choice for facial care. The combination of viscose, lyocell, and cotton provides long-lasting exposure to nourishing lotions while ensuring the mask adheres to the skin. As a result, our sheet masks offer a luxurious and effective way to pamper and rejuvenate your skin, leaving it feeling fresh and radiant.
Oceancash offers a wide range of nonwoven fabrics to meet your specific needs, whether it’s for hygiene, filtration, or other applications. Let us provide you with premium quality nonwovens that are durable and reliable.
Basis Weight: 18g/m2 to 90g/m2
Layered: Single & Dual Layer Structure
Material: Bi-component Polyethylene/Polyethylene Terephthalate (PE/PET), Polyethylene/Polypropylene (PE/PP) Staple Fibre, Viscose, Cotton and Bamboo Fibre
Jumbo Roll Working Width: 2,100mm
Capacity: 12,900 MT/A
Feature: Air-Through bonding and Waterjet (Hydroentangled) bonding
Winding Selection: Pancake Roll & Spool Roll
Slit Width of Nonwoven for Pancake Roll: from 35mm to 2050mm
Pancake Roll Working Width: from 50(35)mm to 2050mm
Slit Width of Nonwoven for Spool Roll: from 35mm to 120mm.
Spool Roll Working Width: from 280mm to 800mm
Hand Feel: Soft, Cottony Soft, Silky Touch, & High Loft
Treatments: Hydrophilic or Hydrophobic
Lustre: White (Dull) or Extra White (Full Dull)
Colour: Blue, Green, Violet, & Black
Specialty: Low pH, Bacterial Control, Cotton (Organic or Bleached) Content, Activated Carbon and Organic Plant Based Fibre.
Design/Patterns: Aperture, Emboss, Laminating & Printing.
Oceancash Nonwoven Quality Maxim
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A nonwoven fabric is a textile made by bonding fibers together mechanically, thermally, or chemically rather than weaving them like traditional fabrics. As the name suggests, biodegradable nonwovens are nonwoven fabrics that break down naturally in the environment without leaving harmful residues.
These fabrics are typically manufactured using natural materials like cotton, wool, or bamboo, or synthetic materials such as polylactic acid (PLA) or polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs). They have various applications in packaging, agriculture, horticulture, hygiene products, and other industries.
The use of biodegradable nonwoven materials in hygiene products, for instance, is a more environmentally friendly option compared to traditional nonwoven fabrics that are often made from synthetic materials, which can take years to decompose in the environment. By utilizing biodegradable materials, these fabrics can help reduce the amount of waste in landfills or pollute the ecosystem. Additionally, they can contribute to a more sustainable future for our planet.
We specialize in producing Spunlace nonwoven fabric for our hygiene segment, which includes a range of products such as baby diapers, sanitary napkins, wet wipes, and surgical apparel such as caps, masks, and gowns. Spunlace nonwoven fabric, or hydroentangled fabric, is a unique type of nonwoven material composed of fibres entangled together using high-pressure water jets.
During production, high-pressure water jets are directed at a web of fibres, interlocking and entangling fibers to create a cohesive and durable cloth. This manufacturing method creates a final product that is soft, absorbent, and long-lasting, with a texture similar to woven fabrics. Spunlace nonwoven fabric can be produced from various materials, including natural fibers such as cotton or wool, synthetic fibers like polyester or nylon, or a combination.
One of the main advantages of our Spunlace nonwoven fabric is that it is made from natural fibers, meaning it is biodegradable and safer for the environment. Additionally, our fabric is lightweight, making it more sustainable and environmentally friendly. With our commitment to producing high-quality, sustainable products, we are proud to offer Spunlace nonwoven fabrics that meet customer needs across the hygiene industry.
Plant-based fibers are natural fibers derived from various plant sources. They are widely used in the textile industry to manufacture fabrics and textiles for different applications, including clothing, home furnishings, and industrial products. The most commonly used plant-based fibers include cotton, linen, hemp, jute, bamboo, and sisal.
For instance, Oceancash’s wet wipes are made from a combination of polyester and organic bamboo fiber, a fast-growing and eco-friendly plant-based fiber derived from the bamboo plant. Bamboo fiber is well-known for its softness, breathability, and moisture-wicking properties, so it’s a popular choice in clothing and bedding. Additionally, bamboo is an incredibly sustainable fabric because it uses less water and pesticides than cotton.
When added to Spunlace material, plant-based fibers can help retain moisture for an extended period, ensuring thorough cleaning and enhanced comfort for your loved ones. In addition, by incorporating plant-based fibers into our products, we can provide our customers with high-quality, sustainable materials that offer both superior performance and environmental benefits.