Sealable Nonwovens

Sealable nonwovens are just the thing (and regulatory approved too) for containing or separating all manner of stuff including food and flavouring, parts, plants and packaging.

These fabrics are sealed using heat or ultra-sonic processing to form pods, pouches or bags that are often nicely compostable and approved for highly regulated applications.

We have over 30 years’ experience in designing and developing products featuring sealable technology. And our happy knack of controlling performance and functionality with precision lets us create outstanding one-off solutions for filter media and consumables. That’s the world’s most advanced fabric solutions from Nonwovenn – signed off, sealed and delivered.

  • What is this technology used for?

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    • We use heat-sealable technology in the design and development of performance fabrics used to:
    • Encapsulate media
    • Form pouches, pods or bags
    • Offer saleability using heat or ultra-sonic processing
    • Precisely control diffusion/infusion
    • Control permeability and flow rate
    • Manage flavour transfer
  • Where is this technology being used?

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    • We’ve worked on the design and development of sealable technical fabrics for applications including:
    • Food and drink
    • Filtration
    • Medical
    • Packaging
    • Parts protection
    • Agriculture
  • What are the benefits of Nonwovenn grades?

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    • With vast experience in the application of heat sealable technology, we can create fabrics that offer:
    • Wet and dry integrity
    • Uniformity and stability
    • Bespoke functionality
    • Adaptable performance control
    • Regulatory approval
    • Cost-effective disposable solutions
  • Why choose a bespoke solution?

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    • We develop smarter, more advanced technical fabrics for your application and deliver:
    • A structured product development programme
    • The latest in sealable technology
    • Bespoke features and functionality
    • Specific design or performance characteristics
    • A solution tailored to your process
    • Products that conform to test protocol and industry regulations