Here’s a subject that‘s anything but dry: superabsorbent fabrics. These nifty materials offer an adaptable solution to the precise management of liquid within a process.

Whether it’s preventing a liquid from seeping into something or stopping leakage, we’re past masters at delivering fabrics that control liquid flow. We’ve even dreamed up a fabric that absorbs and retains 100 times its weight in water.

With more than 20 years designing and developing bespoke solutions using this technology, we’ve created performance fabrics using both superabsorbent fibres (SAF) and powder additives (SAP).

Guess that’s why the orders keep flooding in.

  • What is this technology used for?

    • Nonwovenn use superabsorbent technology to create bespoke performance fabrics that:
    • Precisely control absorbency
    • Eliminate or contain leakage
    • Withdraw moisture
    • Provide a liquid barrier
    • Separate liquids, oils and fuels
    • Retain high volumes of liquid
    • Extend perishable shelf life
  • Where is this technology being used?

    • We’ve worked on the design and development of superabsorbent technical fabrics used in:
    • Agrotextiles
    • Packaging
    • Medical
    • Hygiene
    • Cable and telecoms
    • Filtration
    • Automotive
  • What are the benefits of Nonwovenn grades?

    • We’re at the forefront of innovative design and development in the creation of superabsorbent fabrics that offer:
    • Wet and dry integrity
    • Softness, stability and conformability
    • Adaptable functionality and performance control
    • Lightweight durability
    • Regulatory approval
    • Cost-effective disposable solutions
  • Why choose a bespoke solution?

    • We develop smarter, more advanced technical fabrics for your application and deliver:
    • A structured product development programme
    • The latest in superabsorbent 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