Airlaid Nonwoven Fabric Type 2715

Airlaid materials are well known for being soft and highly absorbent. Our airlaid nonwoven fabrics also contain our unique Super Absorbent Fibre (SAF) – further enhancing absorbency performance. So, if you are searching for an airlaid product, with high levels of absorption and retention – even under load – our range of super absorbent airlaid material is the ideal choice.


Improve your products absorbency with Airlaid Nonwoven Fabric Type 2715.


  • Airlaid Nonwoven Fabric Type 2715 is a 500gsm material, highly absorbent with excellent levels of retention.
  • This Super Absorbent Material is also laminated to one side.
  • The fabric doesn’t need to be edge sealed or pouched.
  • Minimal dusting or shedding will be noticed during handling.

This airlaid material is ideal for use in filter media for water removal and spill capture devices. It can also be used in a wide range of other applications that require absorbency. Our team are available to advise as to its suitability for your project if required – click here.


Our super absorbent Airlaid materials can also be used in a wide range of other applications to manage moisture, including medical/wound care, period products, apparel, transportation and horticulture.

In most cases, orders received before 16.00hrs (UK time) on Monday through Friday will be shipped the next working day.


Please note that for all shipments outside of Mainland UK, the receiver will be responsible for any import duties/taxes.

Samples starting from: $31.54

Shop prices of Airlaid Nonwoven Fabric Type 2715 are based on trial sample sizes only and not a reflection of prices for commercial volumes. If you would like to discuss your requirements and/or commercial pricing before buying samples, please email

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Total Weight (g/m2) 500
Thickness (mm) >6.2
Absorbent Capacity 0.9% Saline (g/g) 20
Absorbent Volume 0/9% Saline (g/m2) >10,300
Absorbent Capacity DM Water (g/g) 30
Absorbent Volume DM Water (g/m2) >15,400
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