Non woven (TNT) rolls
A TNT (non-woven textile) sheet on a roll with a length of 70 m and weight of 15 g refers to a roll of non-woven fabric made of synthetic materials, such as polypropylene or polyethylene. The fabric is available on a roll, which allows for convenient and efficient storage and use. The term "TNT" refers to the non-woven construction of the fabric, which means that it is not made by weaving or knitting individual fibers together, but rather by bonding them together using heat, chemicals, or mechanical processes. The non-woven fabric is typically white in color, and is commonly used for a variety of purposes, such as in the manufacture of disposable products, as a backing material for other products, or as a material for filtration or insulation. The 15 g weight per square meter of the fabric refers to its weight and can affect its strength, durability, and other properties.