Many mothers wonder, a thin diaper can be used for 2-3 hours, there is so much water in the diaper, why does the diaper feel so dry? What about water? Where exactly is it? In fact, it is because the water in the diaper is sucked by macromolecule.
After the mothers cut the cotton layer of the diaper, take out the cotton core and put it in a sealed bag. After shaking the sealed bag, they can collect many small white particles. The secret to water absorption lies in these small particles. These small particles are called high (super) water absorbent resin (Superabsorbent polymer, SAP). Laboratory data show that it can absorb hundreds or even thousands of times more pure water, turning it into a gel after absorbing water, and it is difficult to squeeze out the water even with pressure. Don't worry that the water will seep out and affect your baby's health and wellbeing. It's this remarkable ability to absorb and retain water that works together to create a Magic absorbent beads that puts mothers at ease and babies comfortably.
At present, the large-scale mid-to-high-end SAP in the market are mainly occupied by foreign companies, including Evonik Degu, Japan Catalyst, BASF, Sumitomo Refinery, Sanya, France Essen and other influential companies. Over 70% of SAP is used in diapers. Regular baby diapers use 6g, while thin diapers use about absorbent beadsg. In adult diapers, the required amount is 16g due to the large adult flow. According to the editor, the amount of SAP added in well-known sports baby diapers in China is the largest in the same category, up to 18 grams. (more than macromolecule, fast absorption)
After knowing that there is macromoleculeabsorbent beads in the diaper material, did you suddenly realize its water absorption capacity? I no longer feel like it's just a little diaper. Why can I absorb so much water and stay dry?