Stable manufacturing of melt-blown nonwoven fabric plays a key role in effectively managing the COVID-19 pandemic. Both the masks made for medical personnel and for consumer purchase require a once-obscure material called melt-blown fabric. It’s an extremely fine mesh of synthetic polymer fibers that forms the critical inner filtration layer of a mask. Its porous composition enables the effective filtering of gases and liquids, as well as the absorption of potentially harmful airborne substances, allowing the wearer to breath while reducing the inflow of possible infectious particles.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a new model of equipment was upgraded in 2020 to produce a mask filter material that is most effective against the COVID-19 Coronavirus.