What is Bonded Fiber?
Bonded fiber refers to a type of nonwoven fabric that is created by bonding or fusing individual fibers together, either mechanically, chemically, or through heat. Bonded fibers can be made from various materials, such as polyester, nylon, or natural fibers like cotton or wool. The bonding process creates a cohesive and stable fabric structure without the need for weaving or knitting. Bonded fibers can have different properties depending on the manufacturing method and the specific fibers used. They can be engineered to be lightweight, durable, breathable, water-resistant, or provide insulation. Bonded fiber fabrics find applications in industries such as automotive, filtration, hygiene products, or geotextiles.