Natural Fibers

CONTRIBUTION OF TEXTILES TO THE CREATION OF ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS FOR WOMENS MENSTRUAL UNDERWEAR

Saal Bira
Mittwoch, 11.09.2024, 17:10 - 17:35 Uhr

silk non-woven fabrics from silk reeling waste and hard waste generated during twisting and weaving on a shuttle-less loom. 90% of India's silk waste exports go to China. Chinese country making nonwoven form silk fibre and selling the nonwoven at 300% more price after conversion from silk waste fibre to nonwoven spunlace fabric.

Textiles are used nowadays for imagined applications throughout a wide range of industries. One of them is the medical sector. The medical, hygiene, and health sector are major and growing segment of the textile industry. The simultaneous development and technological advancement in the medical and textile industries is what is causing the development to occur. Applications range from a single thread stitch to intricate composite constructs for bone replacement, from a straightforward cleaning wipe to cutting-edge barrier textiles used in operating rooms. The purpose of this article is to outline the classification of medical textiles based on their intended uses and the harmonisation of the worldwide market for medical textiles. The purpose of this paper is to provide the harmonisation of the medical textiles according to their intended uses. In this paper, research work on managing menstrual hygiene, particularly with menstrual underwear. The goal of this research was to construct inexpensive menstrual underwear by using eco-friendly materials.