Below, we have gathered information about the raw materials we use to manufacture our products. We maintain a strong and transparent relationship with our suppliers, and all materials and suppliers are carefully selected.

Our product range is manufactured from carefully selected raw materials and undergoes thorough testing and inspection to ensure they meet the highest standards of safety, environmental impact, and health. You can always contact us if you have any questions or concerns about how we work with our raw materials.

What is "Tissue"?

Tissue is the most common raw material in our products. Tissue is manufactured from cellulose pulp, either by using recycled fibers or virgin fibers. Primarily, we utilize virgin fiber tissue in our products, sourced from forests in Northern Europe. In Northern Europe, we have forests that grow very slowly, resulting in long fibers. Long fibers produce a clean, high-quality pulp, which creates fantastic properties in terms of absorption and strength in the tissue. With its natural origin, tissue can also be completely biodegradable and compostable.

What is "airlaid"?

Airlaid is a fabric-like material made from 85% paper cellulose fibers and 15% binder. Airlaid is a very soft, bulky, and porous material thanks to the manufacturing process, where the paper is treated with air. The products we manufacture from airlaid are very soft, have a fabric-like feel, do not tear, and have high absorption.

What is "wet strength"?

To make our tissue or airlaid products strong when wet, a wet-strength agent is added to the paper pulp, which provides water-resistant bonds between the fibers in the material. Wet strength is therefore the tensile strength of the material in a wet state. A high wet strength provides a material or final product that is very durable, even in wet conditions.

What is "PE"?

Polyethylene (commonly abbreviated as PE) is the most popular plastic in the world and the polymer you see most in daily life. Polyethylene is a lightweight and flexible plastic. The plastic can be manufactured with various properties; for example, hard or soft. One way to measure the plastic properties is density. In our products, we use plastic with lower density. Higher density results in stiffer plastic, while lower density yields more flexible and translucent plastic.

What is "nonwoven"?

Nonwoven is characterized by its versatility, largely due to the fact that a variety of materials can be used in countless combinations. The geometry and structure of the constituent fibers can be controlled, and different bonding techniques can be employed to impart specific properties. This means that nonwoven has many different types of applications, and in the future, even more will be tailored to specific needs.




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