Turkmen company plans to master meltblown production

Business Materials 15 December 2020 11:45 (UTC +04:00)
Turkmen company plans to master meltblown production

BAKU, Azerbaijan, December 15

By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:

Turkmenistan’s Turkmen Senet company plans to master production of meltblown, Trend reports with reference to “Turkmenistan: Zolotoy Vek” (Turkmenistan: Golden Age) electronic newspaper.

Meltblown is a material consisting of polypropylene fibers with a thickness of 0.01 to 0.2 dtex, which has very high absorption properties, which allows composite materials based on it not to pass through biologically active liquids, fats, and chemicals.

Currently, the company manufactures products from non-woven fabric-spunbond. The company has already produced more than 1,000 tons of spunbond.

According to the report, the company's products received a certificate of conformity of the Türkmenstandartlary Main State Service of Turkmenistan.

The plant with a capacity of about 2,500 tons per year was built in the industrial zone of Akbugdai district of Turkmenistan. As raw material for a nonwoven fabric is used of fibre-forming polymers, in particular polypropylene manufactured at the Turkmenbashi Complex of Oil Refineries and Kiyanly Polymer Plant.

Turkmen Senet company became the first in Turkmenistan to master the production of non-woven material of a new generation – spunbond, and medical items from it.

Innovative products of Turkmen Senet have already been recognized by industry specialists.
The main customer of the plant's products is the Saglyk enterprise of the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan.

Manufacturers plan to expand then production and develop cooperation with various companies and industries.

Entrepreneurs have already exported the new fabric to Turkey, China, and Russia.

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