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Melt-blown fabric is a kind of ultrafine fiber non-woven material made by melt-blown process, raw material is food grade PP, fibre diameter can be 0.5um-2um.


Our Melt-blown meet BFE99 standard,applications include disposable surgical face masks,  gas filtration, clean room pocket filters and more.


For example,the medical face mask has three layers, and the meltblown cloth is the middle layer. It has strong filtering, shielding, and thermal insulation properties. It can play the role of sterilization and virus isolation. It can be said that it is the heart of a medical mask.


Both the inner and outer layers of the medical mask are only supporting functions. The most important thing for filtering viruses is the middle melt-blown cloth. The ordinary melt-blown cloth has a filtration efficiency of 50%. It needs to be reprocessed to increase electrostatic adsorption before bacterial filtration can reach more than 99% ( (Referred to as BFE99) 50% filter efficiency meltblown cloth can only be used as a civilian protective mask, only dust, dust, and can not isolate viruses, but all medical masks, surgical masks must use 99% filter efficiency meltblown cloth .


In the chain of medical masks, meltblown fabrics, special materials for meltblown fabrics, and raw materials, special materials are the most important links. The main raw material for the production of special materials for meltblown cloth is polypropylene (Polypropylene), and the material supply mainly comes from Sinopec.





Product process

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  • Parameters
  • Brand:VTF

    Material:100 % Polypropylene

    Width:400-1600MM

    Color:White

    Technology :Meltblown

    Application:Bag filter media, face mask,etc.


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