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Monday, 20 August 2012 21:18

Baby Diaper Core : what is made of

absorbent coreUp to 80’s it was general practice to form absorbent core for infant diapers, entirely from wood pulp fluff. Given the relatively low amount of fluid absorbed by wood pulp fluff on a gram of fluid absorbed per gram of wood pulp fluff, it was necessary to employ relatively large quantities of wood pulp fluff, thus necessitating the use of relatively bulky, thick absorbent structures.

During 80’s SAPs were introduced in baby diaper cores and allowed to reduce wood pulp fluff usage. 

Published in Designing Product

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