Non-woven bonding is a critical process in the manufacturing of diapers and sanitary pads. Non-woven materials, typically made from synthetic fibers such as polypropylene or polyester, are used extensively in these products due to their softness, breathability, and liquid handling properties. Bonding these non-woven layers together involves various techniques and methods, including adhesive bonding, thermal bonding, and ultrasonic bonding.

Adhesive bonding is one of the most common methods used to bond non-woven layers in diapers and sanitary pads. Hot melt adhesives are applied to one or both surfaces to be bonded, and then the layers are pressed together to form a strong bond. Adhesive bonding offers fast processing speeds and flexibility in bonding different types of materials.

Non-woven bonding is a critical step in the manufacturing of diapers and sanitary pads, enabling the production of high-quality, comfortable, and reliable products that meet the needs of consumers for hygiene and absorbency.