Polypropylene for high quality hygiene non-woven
TotalEnergies offers high quality polyolefins to the non-woven market, designed for existing or state-of-the-art spunlaid lines. TotalEnergies has developed specific solutions for downgauging and improving softness with finer filaments.
TotalEnergies polyolefins product range for non-woven fibers:
- PPH 9099 is a Standard Ziegler-Natta, controlled rheology PP homopolymer which gives excellent quality, product consistency and processability on any spunlaid lines.
- Lumicene® MR 2001 is a Metallocene-based PP homopolymer, ideal for the production of fine denier. The key features that Lumicene® MR 2001 offers are: highest quality consistency, finer filaments (improved web coverage and softness), low VOC emissions, improved filament tenacity and increased non-woven strength.
Polypropylene for high quality staple fibers
PPH 7059 is a Ziegler-Natta PP homopolymer with a MFI of 13 g/10’. It is a reference raw material for the hygiene non-woven market and is ideally designed for the production of fine dtex staple fibers according to the long spin process.
PPH 7059 features outstanding quality consistency, very low gel level, and is perfectly adapted for the production of fibers intended for calender bonded nonwovens. It may also be considered for spunlace non wovens, core of bicomponent fibers and trilobal fibers.