Diaper Making Machine Process Diagram

Diaper Making Machine Process Diagram
Diaper Making Machine Process Diagram
1Wood Pulp18Cotton core slitting
2Water Absorbent Powder19Composite forming
3Top Tissue Layer
Bottom Tissue Layer
Hot Melt Glue
20Apply left and right adhesive tape
4Diversion Layer
Hot Melt Glue
21Curved edge cut
5Leak-Proof Non-Reinforced Fabric
Leak-Proof Rubber Fabric
Top Layer Non-Woven Fabric
Hot Melt Glue
22Fold lengthwise
6Elastic Waistband23Finished product cutting
7PE Backsheet
Non-Woven Fabric Backsheet
Front Waist Tab
Leg Elastic Adhesive
Hot Melt Glue
24triple fold
8Left and Right Waist Tabs25Packing Machine
9Plastic bag26Plastic bag sealing
10Carton
Intimal bag
Qualified master
Sealing tape
27Packing
11Cutting28Test
12Embossing29Test
13Cutting30Test
14Smash31Rework
15Cotton core forming32Rework
16Cotton core covered33Rework
17Cotton core compaction
Baby Diaper Manufacturing Machines
The raw materials required for diaper manufacturing machines mainly include:
  • Wood pulp: As the main raw material for the internal absorbent layer of diapers.
  • Superabsorbent polymer (SAP): Used to enhance the liquid absorption and water-locking capabilities of diapers.
  • Non-woven fabric: Used for the surface and bottom layers of diapers, providing a soft and comfortable feel while preventing urine leakage.
  • PE film (polyethylene film): Used as the bottom layer of diapers, playing a role in preventing leakage and providing breathability.
  • Elastic waistband material: Used to provide elasticity and fit for the waistband.
  • Rubber elastic cloth: Used to enhance the elasticity of diapers, such as the elastic legs.
Diaper Manufacturing Process:
  • Raw material preparation: Prepare the above-mentioned required raw materials.
    Cotton core formation: Use wood pulp and SAP to create a cotton core with good liquid absorption properties.
  • Cotton core wrapping and compaction: Wrap the cotton core in non-woven fabric and compact it to increase its density and stability.
  • Cotton core cutting: Cut the formed cotton core according to the required size.
  • Composite formation: Combine the cut cotton core with other non-woven fabric layers (such as the surface and bottom layers) to form a complete diaper structure.
  • Attaching left and right adhesive tabs and arc-shaped edge cutting: Attach adhesive tabs to both sides of the diaper for easy fixation by users, and perform arc-shaped cutting on the edges to provide better fit.
  • Longitudinal folding and finished product cutting: Fold the composite diaper longitudinally and cut it according to the predetermined size to form individual diaper products.
  • Plastic bag sealing and packaging: Place individual diapers into plastic bags, seal them, and then further package them for transportation and sales.
  • Inspection and sorting: Perform quality inspections on the manufactured diapers, such as checking for leaks and proper size, and rework any unqualified products.