Fibres are dispersed into a fast-moving air stream and deposited on a moving belt to form randomly oriented web and bonded thermally.

A variety of fibre and blends can be used, creating products suitable for a wide array of applications.

When bonded thermally using air through, airlaid nonwoven can be very elastic and flexible.

Airlaid nonwoven has an excellent padding effect with the character of textile fabric, making a perfect replacement for mattresses foam.

Having a porous character and can be very dense, airlaid nonwoven are now often employed in applications requiring sound insulation and absorption.