Why use airlaid paper?

The name Airlaid refers to the airlaid pulp derived from the woody stems of the oak tree.

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The name Airlaid refers to the airlaid pulp derived from the woody stems of the oak tree. Unlike many other paper types, airlaid uses oak as the primary wood. The paper is then woven and processed into various sizes and thicknesses. The resulting product is extremely absorbent, with excellent water retention and exceptional shine.

Airlaid paper is manufactured in flat or horizontal rolls. Paper is made from dry non-woven fabric. The fabric is then combined with a lubricating substance. Lubricants help make nonwovens stronger and more durable. The cloth is then processed in this way to form a sheet.

Airlaid paper can be used as an insulating product. It has excellent thermal conductivity, which makes it ideal for applications where it may be necessary to keep cool to keep the device at a comfortable temperature. The paper also provides excellent insulation and thermal elasticity. This means it effectively retains heat within the paper structure even at extremely high temperatures.

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