Nonwoven blankets are used as cladding for house roofs, as insulation against water leakage, for heat protection, to reinforce metal roofs and as a strengthening fibre.
Nonwoven blankets, made of polypropylene (PP) or polyester (PET) fabric, are used as a lining for roofs, ensuring thermal comfort from the reflected heat from the roof and also ensuring the complete block against rainwater seepage.
Nonwoven fabrics are used in roofing construction, offering UV protection and providing thermal stability.
Nonwovens used in construction are resistant to mould, bacteria, acid soil (PP) and alkali (PP, PSE) and to most chemicals.
Builders rely on nonwovens to provide a protective barrier for homes, insulation, metal roofs and fibres for concrete reinforcement.