Sanitary Napkins Production With Recyc PHP’s Materials

Sanitary napkins manufacturers may use two products ranges recovered in Recyc PHP’s process:

  • Polyacrylate-free fluff pulp (FCB-M85PNS)
  • Sodium polyacrylate recovered from adults incontinence products and baby diapers

Polyacrylate-free fluff pulp recovered by Recyc PHP is among the purest on the market. They contain very few fine particles and contaminants (traces of residual sodium polyacrylate and plastic films). These fibers are particularly useful in the manufacturing of feminine hygienic products, since these products contain very little sodium polyacrylate. Other fibers recovered on the market contain more polyacrylate than the amount normally used, which leads to quality control problems.

Sanitary napkins manufacturers also use recycled sodium polyacrylate from Recyc PHP. This is very clean material, with few fine particles which meets the high standards of hygiene product manufacturers. Recycled polyacrylate is available in the same format as virgin material.

Benefits of Using Recyc PHP’s Reclaimed Products

  • It allows the fabrication of high quality products comparable to the ones fabricated with virgin material
  • Reduces the energy used to shred the pulp (sold in bales)
  • Decreases raw material costs
  • Reduces ecological footprint of your company and allows for carbon credit recuperation (where the law permits)

About Recyc PHP

Since 2006, Recyc PHP Inc. has specialized in recycling industrial rejects of personal hygienic products (baby diapers, adult incontinence briefs or feminine hygienic pads) in order to separate their components into fluff pulp, super absorbent polymers (sodium polyacrylate) and plastic films. The plant, located in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada, export products around the world from the Port of Montreal.

Material used
Sodium polyacrylate free 1st grade cellulose fibers
Reclaimed super-absorbent polymers

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