Medical non-woven fabric, reject ordinary
What are the differences between non-woven fabrics used in hospitals and ordinary non-medical non-woven fabrics?
Good medical non-woven fabrics generally require the use of SMMMS three-layer melt-blown layer structure. Common medical non-woven fabrics in the industry use SMS single-layer melt-blown layer structure. In contrast, the three-layer structure has anti-bacterial performance. It is better than a single-layer structure. Non-medical ordinary non-woven fabrics do not have a melt blown layer in the middle, and cannot prevent bacteria.
High-quality medical non-woven fabrics need to be suitable for multiple sterilization methods at the same time. There are three sterilization methods: pressure steam, ethylene oxide, and hydrogen peroxide plasma, which can be used at the same time. Ordinary non-medical non-woven fabrics cannot be sterilized.
For high-quality medical non-woven fabrics, the production process needs to pass the ISO13485 international medical product quality control system certification, and there is real-time online inspection at every step of the production process. This can help each piece of non-woven fabric sent to the hospital have a related batch inspection report. And ordinary non-medical non-woven fabrics do not need to reach medical grade inspection.
High-quality medical non-woven fabrics will use green, safe and environmentally friendly PP particles, and can issue reports related to hygiene and toxicology requirements. Ordinary non-medical non-woven fabrics cannot withstand sterilization conditions such as high humidity and high temperature, and of course there is no need to produce relevant toxicology reports.