|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Machine Capacity||Design fro 50pcs|
Osaka Semi Automatic Sanitary napkin Pad making machine.
A sanitary napkin, also called a pad, is an absorbent item worn by a woman while she is menstruating, recovering from vaginal surgery, for example, from childbirth, or any other time when she is experiencing vaginal bleeding. It is designed to absorb and contain blood and vaginal secretions, and to prevent soiling of clothing and, to a lesser extent, furniture or bedding. A sanitary napkin is composed of an absorbent pad, wings that fold over the vulva to keep the pad in place, and an adhesive backing. The absorbent pad is composed of layers of fluff pulp, a superabsorbent polymer, and a topsheet. The fluff pulp is a mix of wood pulp and other plant fibers. The superabsorbent polymer is a gel that can swell up to 40 times its original size when it comes into contact with water or bodily fluids, and it is this gel that is responsible for the absorbency of the sanitary napkin. The topsheet is a nonwoven fabric that allows fluids to pass through to the absorbent pad while preventing skin contact with the gel. The first sanitary napkin was patented in 1869 by American
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