Sanitary Napkin Making Machine

A sanitary napkin making machine is a piece of equipment used to manufacture sanitary pads or napkins used by women during their menstrual cycle. The machine consists of several components, including a pulp core forming unit, a core wrapping unit, a top sheet application unit, a back sheet application unit, and a sealing unit.

The process begins with the formation of the pulp core, which is made from wood pulp or a mixture of wood pulp and super absorbent polymers. The pulp is formed into a sheet and then cut into the desired size and shape using a cutting machine.

The pulp core is then wrapped with a nonwoven material to prevent leakage and improve comfort. The top sheet, which comes into contact with the skin, is also made of nonwoven material and is applied to the core using an adhesive.

The back sheet, which provides a barrier against leakage, is typically made of polyethylene or similar materials and is applied to the bottom of the core.

The final step involves sealing the edges of the pad using heat or ultrasonic technology, creating a secure and leak-proof seal.

Sanitary napkin making machines can produce a wide variety of pad sizes and thicknesses, allowing for customization to meet the specific needs and preferences of the user. They are designed for high-volume production, allowing for efficient and cost-effective manufacturing of this essential hygiene product.

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