Non-woven stenter basic structure

- Jun 27, 2018-

Non-woven stenter is a type of stenter, which is mainly used in textile printing and dyeing factories. By heating and stretching tension on both sides, the non-woven fabric is stretched and flattened, thereby making it zonal. The width of the width is the same.


The basic structure of the non-woven stenter has the following devices:


Guide device: The main purpose is to pull the non-woven fabric into the tenter smoothly. In the composition, there are three parts: the guide roller, the edge suction device and the bracket with the roller.


Drafting device: An ordinary tenter, which has two kinds of fabrics and needles, but in the non-woven tenter, the needle plate is used. Its role is to fasten the fabric so that tension can be applied to both sides to achieve this purpose.


Heating device: Generally closed, because it is suitable for use on nonwoven fabrics, heated by steam and sprayed to wet.


Ironing device: If the fabric edge appears flounced, ie it is uneven, it can be eliminated by ironing. At the same time, the web width can also be stabilized at higher temperatures.


Spreading device: The non-woven fabric after tentering passes through a series of guide rollers and falls into the turnover car through the S-shaped oscillating cloth so as to perform the next process.


Electrostatic elimination device: mainly use the tip discharge or positive and negative offset in two ways to eliminate static electricity generated by ironing the fabric, usually to dissipate the static electricity to prevent the accumulation of static electricity and affect the non-woven stenter The normal work.