Disposable sanitary products such as sanitary napkins and diapers are in close contact with the human body, and the quality of products is closely related to the health of consumers.
The main raw materials of sanitary napkins and diapers are basically purchased through suppliers. Unless the company has established a strict delivery inspection system, the quality risk in this link is the greatest. If the raw materials are not up to standard, the finished product will not be up to standard. Therefore, the control of the quality of raw materials is a key link to ensure the quality of finished products. The baby diaper manufacturer and sanitary napkins supplier are supposed to make sure the quality.
The main risk of products such as sanitary napkins and diapers in the processing and molding process lies in the control of sanitary indicators. The corresponding national standards stipulate that the sanitary indicators of sanitary napkins and diapers should meet the requirements of GB 15979 "Sanitary Standards for Disposable Sanitary Products". GB 15979 stipulates sanitary napkins and diapers and other products themselves and production environment sanitation standards, disinfection effect, biological monitoring and evaluation system standards and corresponding inspection methods. In addition, there are sanitary requirements for raw materials and product production, disinfection, storage, and transportation.
Due to the characteristics of sanitary napkins and diapers, adhesives are inevitably used during processing. And in order to beautify the appearance, the products are printed to varying degrees. The printing inks currently used are mainly solvent-based inks. The inks contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and the adhesives are basically organic substances and also contain VOCs. This causes people to feel pungent odors when they touch certain sanitary napkins and diapers.
In order to meet the differentiated needs of consumers and expand market share, sanitary napkins and diapers manufacturers continue to innovate and develop personalized products. Products with special functions are produced by using functional materials or adding functional chemicals, such as disposable products such as antibacterial products, pharmaceutical products, or sanitary napkins with special fragrance.