The main materials used in disposable diapers are non-woven fabric, tissue paper, fluff pulp, Super Absorbent Polymer (SAP), PE film and rubber bands. These materials are combined to create a product that is absorbent, comfortable and leak-proof. Non-woven fabric is the outer layer of the diaper that comes into contact with the skin. This layer needs to be soft and gentle on the skin, as well as strong and durable. Tissue paper is often used for the inner layer of the diaper, as it is highly absorbent. Fluff pulp is the material that makes up the core of the diaper and is responsible for absorbing wetness. SAP is a hydrophilic polymer that absorbs and retains liquids. PE film is a waterproof layer that helps to keep the diaper dry and prevents leaks. Rubber bands are used to secure the diaper in place and prevent it from slipping off.
The materials used in disposable diapers are carefully chosen to create a product that is absorbent, comfortable and leak-proof. By using the latest technology, we are able to produce a wide range of high quality disposable diapers that meet the needs of our customers.