In the manufacturing method of non-woven fabric, the spunbond has obvious advantages in manufacturing technology, product performance and production efficiency. It has made rapid development in the past 20 years. At present, there are about 40%~50% in the production of non-woven fabric with melt spinning (including spunbond, melts, and the composite method of the two). The proportion of the melt spinning production in the total output of the United States is 50%, Europe 37% and 41% in Japan. The data show that the advanced countries are all non spinning by melt spinning. The main mode of production of cloth. In the most developed North America in 1998s, the market of spunbonded nonwoven fabrics accounted for 54% of the total non-woven fabric market.
Status of research and production in various countries
The study of spunbonded nonwoven fabrics was developed and industrialized in the United States and Europe at the end of 50s, by DuPont and Freudenberg, respectively. Then the spunbonded non-woven fabric began to be produced in the end of the world in the end of the 60s. Japan started in 70s, and the Asia Pacific region began to start production at the beginning of 80s with the introduction of technology as the starting point.