How is Biodegradable PLA Nonwoven Fabric for packaging materials made
Biodegradable PLA Nonwoven Fabric for packaging materials is a new type of biodegradable material, which uses renewable plant resource starch as raw material. Starch raw material is saccharified by saccharification, and then glucose and certain bacteria are fermented to prepare high-purity lactic acid, and then polyols with a certain molecular weight are synthesized by chemical synthesis method.
Biodegradable PLA Nonwoven Fabric for packaging materials has good biodegradability and can be completely degraded by microorganisms in nature after use. It eventually produces carbon dioxide and water and does not pollute the environment. It is very beneficial to protect the environment and is recognized as an environmentally friendly material. Ordinary plastics are still disposed of by burning and cremation, which results in massive emissions of greenhouse gases into the air, while polyurethane plastics are buried in soil to degrade. The carbon dioxide produced goes directly into soil organic matter or is taken up by plants. It is not emitted into the air. It does not cause the greenhouse effect.
Biodegradable PLA Nonwoven Fabric for packaging materials masks are available in three series: pla disposable flat masks, pla kf94 masks and pla kn95 masks.