Industrial wipes

The demand for single or limited-use industrial and institutional wipes has advanced significantly in recent years because of the desire for convenient, time saving, easy to use products that are economically efficient and prevent cross-contamination.

Industrial nonwovens wipes are used for a variety of applications in industry and institutions. These products can be wet or dry and may be impregnated with ingredients for specific purposes, such as polishing, cleaning, or removing bacteria.

The different uses are:

Manufacturing, Engineering and maintenance

  • Cleaning machinery and tools
  • Absorbing fluids and oil
  • Hand cleaning



  • Vehicle cleaning and maintenance
  • Window cleaning


Food industry

  • Machine cleaning and maintenance
  • Absorbing fluids
  • Hand cleaning


Electronic and Computer industry

  • Delicate and intricate cleaning
  • Dust removal

Automotive industry

  • Surface preparation before painting
  • Polishing
  • Oil and chemical absorbents



  • Machine cleaning and maintenance
  • Absorbing ink and other fluids
  • Hand cleaning



  • Delicate polishing
  • Equipment cleaning and maintenance
  • Dust removal
  • Wet floor cleaning


Optical industry

  • Polishing
  • Dust removal

The advantages of using nonwovens in industrial wipes

  • Consistent, high performance, custom engineered for each application
  • Hygienic, convenient, excellent cost and value in use
  • No residual oils, chemicals or other contaminants that can leave streaks and smears, causing losses in time and quality
  • No significant residues of heavy metals (lead, zinc, nickel) or EOX (extractable organic halogens)
  • A wide range of materials and dispensing solutions to find the ideal nonwoven wipe for any application

Nonwovens Technologies used in industrial wipes

  • Airlaid
  • Drylaid
  • Spunlaid
  • Meltblown
  • Wetlaid