Non-Woven For Agriculture

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A plant is most vulnerable to virus-carrying insects and frost in the initial period after planting. Covering rows of young plants with non-woven fabrics is a perfect, cost-effective solution. The fabric is porous, so it lets out excess humidity to prevent the growth of molds, but the pores are small enough to stop insects flying through and infecting the new plant with viruses.

We at Tosaf understand the challenges in both the production of the non-woven fabric and its application in the field. Our UV and white MB suit this unique production process, increasing the service life of the polymer.



UV for Non-Woven

The filament of non-woven fabric is extremely thin, requiring a high molecular weight HALS with a high heat stability. We understand the producers’ needs and can recommend the most suitable UV MB for this unique process.

White for Outdoor Applications

The production process of non-woven fabrics requires the use of additives with very good distribution. Outdoor white pigments are known to be more difficult to disperse, and can cause fabric tears during production. Our outdoor white MB is tailored especially for the needs of non-woven applications.

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Since non-woven fabrics are mainly used to protect the plant at its most critical time, any degradation or premature rupturing can cause severe damage. Our UV MB both suits this unique production process, and increases the service life of the polymer.

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One of the known uses for non-woven fabric is in banana bags. To prevent the bananas getting sun burnt, a white pigment is added to reflect the excess light.

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