Nonwoven fabrics are a type of fabric-like material made of fibers that are bonded together by either mechanical, thermal or chemical treatments, being neither woven nor knitted. They can mimic the appearance, texture and strength of a woven fabric without being woven. A nonwoven is typically a flat sheet or web structures of flexible and porous fibres, with no weft. In the manufacturing process the textile fibers are turned into a tray at random without any direction and bonded with each other by mechanical means. Nonwovens can be made absorbent, breathable, drapeable, flame resistant, heatsealable, light, lint-free, mouldable, soft, stable, stiff, tear resistant, water repel-lent, if needed. 

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