JP2001131853A - Surface material for wall paper, having formaldehydeadsorbing function - Google Patents

Surface material for wall paper, having formaldehydeadsorbing function

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JP2001131853A
JP2001131853A JP30189199A JP30189199A JP2001131853A JP 2001131853 A JP2001131853 A JP 2001131853A JP 30189199 A JP30189199 A JP 30189199A JP 30189199 A JP30189199 A JP 30189199A JP 2001131853 A JP2001131853 A JP 2001131853A
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Takeshi Konishi
武四 小西
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Kuraray Co Ltd
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Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To produce a wall paper capable of adsorbing harmful materials in a room such as formaldehyde. SOLUTION: This surface material for a wall paper, having an adsorbing function for chemical substances such as formaldehyde is obtained by treating a nonwoven fabric containing >=20 wt.% cellulose-based fiber and preferably 20-80 wt.% deodorizing synthetic fiber containing an adsorbing agent and a photocatalyst, with a nitrogen-containing compound.

Description

【発明の詳細な説明】DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

【0001】[0001]

【発明が属する技術分野】本発明は、ホルムアルデヒド
吸着能並びにホルムアルデヒド吸着能および消臭性を有
する壁紙用表面材料に関するものである。
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a surface material for wallpaper having formaldehyde adsorbing ability and formaldehyde adsorbing ability and deodorizing property.

【0002】[0002]

【従来の技術】近年、新築家屋などで頭痛やめまいを起
こすいわゆる“シックハウス症候群”が問題となり、そ
の原因物質としてホルムアルデヒドやその他の化学物質
が挙げられている。これらの化学物質は揮発性の有機化
合物で、皮膚や粘膜に対して為害性のある物質で、建材
や壁装材に用いられる接着剤に含まれることが多く、こ
れまでは揮発、拡散による自然減少を待って問題に対処
しているのが現状である。
2. Description of the Related Art In recent years, so-called "sick house syndrome" causing headache and dizziness in newly built houses has become a problem, and formaldehyde and other chemical substances have been cited as the causative substances. These chemicals are volatile organic compounds that are harmful to the skin and mucous membranes, and are often included in adhesives used in building materials and wall coverings. The current situation is waiting for the decrease and addressing the problem.

【0003】[0003]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】本発明は前記の問題を
解決しようとするものであり、室内に揮発、滞留してい
るホルムアルデヒドなどの化学物質やその他のにおい
を、化学的に吸着する作用を有する壁紙表面材料を提供
することを目的とするものである。
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned problem, and has an effect of chemically adsorbing chemical substances such as formaldehyde and other odors which are volatilized and staying in a room. It is an object to provide a wallpaper surface material having the same.

【0004】[0004]

【課題を解決するための手段】本発明者は上記の課題を
種々検討した結果、セルロース系繊維を特定量含む水流
絡合不織布に特定の化合物を含浸吸着させるか、或はセ
ルロース系繊維と消臭性化合物を含有させた特定の合成
繊維を特定の割合で混合し、さらに水流絡合した不織布
を表面材料とした壁紙が、室内に滞留するホルムアルデ
ヒドやその他の化学物質や臭気を、効果的に吸着除去す
ることを見出し、本発明を完成するに至った。
As a result of various studies on the above-mentioned problems, the present inventor has found that a specific compound is impregnated and adsorbed on a hydroentangled nonwoven fabric containing a specific amount of cellulosic fibers, or the non-woven fabric is mixed with cellulosic fibers. A specific synthetic fiber containing a odorous compound is mixed at a specific ratio, and a wallpaper made of a nonwoven fabric that is entangled with water is used as a surface material to effectively remove formaldehyde and other chemical substances and odors that remain in the room. They have found that they are removed by adsorption, and have completed the present invention.

【0005】即ち本発明は、セルロース系繊維を20重
量重量%以上含む水流絡合不織布であって、ホルムアル
デヒド吸着能を有する含窒素化合物が付着してなるホル
ムアルデヒド吸着能を有する壁紙用表面材料である。ま
た本発明は、セルロース系繊維を20重量%以上、消臭
剤含有合成繊維10重量%ないし80重量%からなる水
流絡合不織布であって、ホルムアルデヒド吸着能を有す
る含窒素化合物が付着してなる消臭性およびホルムアル
デヒド吸着能を有する壁紙用表面材料である。
[0005] That is, the present invention is a hydroentangled nonwoven fabric containing at least 20% by weight of cellulosic fibers, and a surface material for wallpaper having formaldehyde adsorption ability to which a nitrogen-containing compound having formaldehyde adsorption ability is attached. . The present invention also provides a hydroentangled nonwoven fabric comprising 20% by weight or more of cellulosic fibers and 10% to 80% by weight of deodorant-containing synthetic fibers, to which a nitrogen-containing compound having formaldehyde adsorption ability is attached. It is a surface material for wallpaper having deodorant properties and formaldehyde adsorption ability.

【0006】以下、本発明を具体的に説明する。室内に
揮発、滞留するホルムアルデヒドなどの化学物質を化学
的に吸着するために、本発明においては含窒素化合物を
用いる。この化合物としては尿素、エチレン尿素あるい
はアジピン酸ジヒドラジドの如きヒドラジド化合物や、
アゾール化合物あるいはアジン化合物などが挙げられ
る。これらの化合物はホルムアルデヒドなどのアルデヒ
ド類を化学的に吸着するため、一度吸着したアルデヒド
類が再び揮発、拡散する事はほとんど無く、新築家屋等
において発生するホルムアルデヒドなどの化学物質を効
果的に捕捉する。
Hereinafter, the present invention will be described specifically. In the present invention, a nitrogen-containing compound is used in order to chemically adsorb a chemical substance such as formaldehyde which volatilizes and stays in a room. This compound may be a hydrazide compound such as urea, ethylene urea or adipic dihydrazide,
An azole compound or an azine compound is exemplified. Since these compounds chemically adsorb aldehydes such as formaldehyde, once adsorbed aldehydes hardly volatilize or diffuse again, they effectively capture chemicals such as formaldehyde generated in newly built houses. .

【0007】上記含窒素化合物を壁紙表面材料に付与す
る方法としては、不織布に裏紙を貼る前または裏紙を貼
った後の工程において、化合物を含む溶液を表面材基布
に含浸または塗布した後、乾燥して全体に固着させる
か、又は化合物をあらかじめ特殊処理により単繊維表面
により固着させた後、該繊維を用いて水流絡合法により
壁紙表面材料を形成する方法が用いられる。
As a method for applying the nitrogen-containing compound to the wallpaper surface material, a solution containing the compound is impregnated or applied to the surface material base cloth before or after the backing is applied to the nonwoven fabric. Thereafter, a method of drying and fixing the entirety, or a method in which the compound is fixed in advance on the surface of a single fiber by a special treatment and then the wallpaper is used to form a wallpaper surface material by a hydroentanglement method is used.

【0008】水流絡合不織布に含窒素化合物水溶液を含
浸または塗布し、乾燥させて化合物を全体に固着させる
場合、少量の結合剤を併用することが望ましい。化合物
は不織布表面に強固に固定され、後加工時或は使用時に
脱落する恐れのないことが必要であるが、過剰の結合剤
量は化合物の吸着能を低下させまた表面材料の風合を悪
くするので好ましくない。結合剤の量は化合物重量の5
〜10重量%で充分である。含窒素化合物の付与は、壁
紙表面の強度や撥水性付与のための処理あるいは難燃性
付与のための難燃剤付与処理と同時に行ってもよい。
When the aqueous entangled nonwoven fabric is impregnated or coated with an aqueous solution of a nitrogen-containing compound and dried to fix the entire compound, it is desirable to use a small amount of a binder together. It is necessary that the compound is firmly fixed on the surface of the non-woven fabric and that there is no danger of falling off during post-processing or use.However, an excessive amount of the binder lowers the ability to adsorb the compound and deteriorates the feeling of the surface material. Is not preferred. The amount of binder is 5% of the compound weight.
10 to 10% by weight is sufficient. The application of the nitrogen-containing compound may be performed simultaneously with the treatment for imparting strength and water repellency to the wallpaper surface or the treatment for imparting a flame retardant for imparting flame retardancy.

【0009】本発明の壁紙表面材料において、その構成
繊維の少なくとも20重量%以上をセルロース系繊維で
占める必要がある。すなわち、ホルムアルデヒド類吸着
化合物とセルロース系繊維等を共存させることによっ
て、ホルムアルデヒド類の吸着能が著しく向上する。こ
の場合、セルロース系繊維の割合が繊維全体の20重量
%以下では効果がやや不充分である。セルロース系繊維
としては各種レーヨン、キュプラ、テンセルあるいは木
綿などを用いることが出来る。
In the wallpaper surface material of the present invention, it is necessary that at least 20% by weight or more of the constituent fibers be occupied by cellulosic fibers. That is, the coexistence of a formaldehyde-adsorbing compound and a cellulosic fiber or the like significantly improves the formaldehyde-adsorbing ability. In this case, if the proportion of the cellulosic fiber is not more than 20% by weight of the whole fiber, the effect is somewhat insufficient. Various rayon, cupra, tencel, cotton and the like can be used as the cellulosic fiber.

【0010】本発明の他の態様は、消臭剤を含有する合
成繊維を不織布構成材料に併用することである。ここで
言う消臭剤は壁紙用途に用いられるものであるから、持
続的な効果を発揮するものが好ましく、たとえば光触媒
と吸着剤の組み合わせなどが最適である。光触媒として
は酸化チタンや酸化亜鉛、吸着剤は四価金属のリン酸塩
および二価金属の水酸化物などが好ましい。これらの消
臭剤はアンモニアや硫化水素、タバコ臭に対しても有効
に作用する。これらの光触媒と吸着剤は、ポリプロピレ
ン、ポリエチレン、ポリエステルあるいはポリアミドな
ど合成繊維に付着または練り込まれている。これらを付
着した繊維は、容易に製造できコストが低い利点がある
が、表面からの脱落が生じ易く耐久性に劣る問題があ
る。これに対し繊維製造時にポリマーに練り込んだ繊維
は、耐久性が優れる利点がある。
Another aspect of the present invention is to use a synthetic fiber containing a deodorant in combination with a nonwoven fabric constituent material. Since the deodorant used here is used for wallpaper, it is preferable that the deodorant exert a sustained effect. For example, a combination of a photocatalyst and an adsorbent is optimal. The photocatalyst is preferably titanium oxide or zinc oxide, and the adsorbent is preferably a phosphate of a tetravalent metal or a hydroxide of a divalent metal. These deodorants also effectively act on ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and tobacco odor. These photocatalysts and adsorbents are attached or kneaded to synthetic fibers such as polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester or polyamide. Fibers to which these are attached have the advantage that they can be easily manufactured and the cost is low, but there is a problem that the fibers easily fall off from the surface and are inferior in durability. On the other hand, fibers kneaded into a polymer during fiber production have the advantage of excellent durability.

【0011】本発明においては、含窒素化合物で不織布
を処理することおよび該不織布にはセルロース系繊維が
20重量%以上含まれていること、さらにたとえば光触
媒と吸着剤とから成る消臭剤が練り込まれた合成繊維
が、20重量%ないし80重量%含まれていることが必
要である。消臭剤を含む繊維が20重量%以下では消臭
効果が充分でなく、また反対にこの繊維を80重量%以
上混合することはセルロース系繊維の混合比率を20重
量%以下としなければならず、そのことはアルデヒド類
の吸着性能や消臭効果の観点から逆効果となるので好ま
しくない。
In the present invention, the nonwoven fabric is treated with a nitrogen-containing compound, the nonwoven fabric contains at least 20% by weight of cellulosic fibers, and, for example, a deodorant comprising a photocatalyst and an adsorbent is kneaded. It is necessary that the incorporated synthetic fiber contains 20 to 80% by weight. When the fiber containing the deodorant is less than 20% by weight, the deodorizing effect is not sufficient. On the other hand, when the fiber is mixed at 80% by weight or more, the mixing ratio of the cellulosic fiber must be 20% by weight or less. However, this is not preferable because it has an adverse effect from the viewpoint of aldehyde adsorption performance and deodorizing effect.

【0012】壁紙表面材料に供する不織布の結合手段と
しては、高圧柱状流を用いる水流絡合法が望ましい。水
流絡合は単繊維相互を機械的に強固に絡み合わせるので
不織布表面の毛羽立ちが押えられる。又、不織布の嵩高
性が保たれるので壁紙としての良好な触感や高級感が得
られるなどの利点がある。種々の接着剤を用いる方法
は、繊維の表面を被覆して、含窒素化合物や消臭剤の機
能を封止することになるので、採用できない。
As a means for bonding the nonwoven fabric used as the wallpaper surface material, a hydroentanglement method using a high-pressure columnar flow is preferable. In the hydroentanglement, the single fibers are mechanically strongly entangled with each other, so that the fluff on the surface of the nonwoven fabric is suppressed. In addition, since the bulkiness of the nonwoven fabric is maintained, there is an advantage that a good tactile sensation and high-grade feeling can be obtained as wallpaper. A method using various adhesives cannot be adopted since the function of the nitrogen-containing compound or the deodorant is sealed by coating the surface of the fiber.

【0013】本発明の表面材料の目付は、20〜120
g/m2の範囲が好ましい。20g/m2以下ではホルム
アルデヒドなどの化学物質の除去能力に不足が生じ、ま
た全体に嵩高性が乏しく壁紙としての触感、高級感に欠
ける。一方120g/m2以上ではコスト高になって価
格競争力に欠け、嵩高になりすぎて壁面への貼り合わせ
作業に障害が生じるなどの点で好ましくない。なお壁紙
としての商品化には、印刷、エンボス加工或いは裏打紙
とのラミネートなど通常の後加工が施される。
The basis weight of the surface material of the present invention is 20 to 120.
g / m 2 is preferred. If it is less than 20 g / m 2 , the ability to remove chemical substances such as formaldehyde will be insufficient, and the bulkiness will be poor as a whole, and the wallpaper will lack the feel and luxury. On the other hand, if it is 120 g / m 2 or more, it is not preferable in that the cost becomes high and the price competitiveness is lacking, and the bulking becomes too large to cause an obstacle in the work of bonding to the wall surface. For commercialization as wallpaper, ordinary post-processing such as printing, embossing, or lamination with backing paper is performed.

【0014】[0014]

【実施例】以下本発明を実施例によってさらに詳細に説
明するが、本発明はそれによって限定されるものではな
い。 実施例1及び比較例1 2デニール38mmカットのビスコースレーヨンステー
プル65重量%と、2デニール51mmカットで110
℃程度から軟化する共重合ポリエステルを鞘成分とし、
ポリエチレンテレフタレートを芯成分とするポリエステ
ル複合繊維35重量%からなる目付80g/m2のカー
ドウエブを作成した(実施例1)。又、同じく2デニー
ル38mmカットのレーヨン10重量%と、2デニール5
1mmカットの該ポリエステル複合繊維90重量%から
なる目付80g/m2のカードウエブを作成した(比較
例1)。
EXAMPLES The present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the following Examples, but it should not be construed that the invention is limited thereto. Example 1 and Comparative Example 1 65% by weight of viscose rayon staple with 38 mm cut of 2 denier and 110 with 2 denier of 51 mm cut.
A copolymerized polyester that softens from about ℃ as the sheath component,
A card web having a basis weight of 80 g / m 2 and comprising 35% by weight of a polyester composite fiber having polyethylene terephthalate as a core component was prepared (Example 1). Also, 2 denier 38mm cut rayon 10% by weight and 2 denier 5%
A card web having a basis weight of 80 g / m 2 and a 1 mm cut of the polyester composite fiber of 90% by weight was prepared (Comparative Example 1).

【0015】次にこれらの繊維ウエブを水に濡らしたの
ち、次の条件で水流絡合を施した。オリフィス径0.1
mm、ピッチ0.6mmのノズルを用い、一面より45
kg/cm2で3回、他面より70kg/cm2で3回計
6回水柱流処理を行った後、この水流絡合ウエブから水
分を除去し乾燥して水流絡合不織布を得た。
Next, these fiber webs were wetted with water and subjected to hydroentanglement under the following conditions. Orifice diameter 0.1
mm, using a nozzle with a pitch of 0.6 mm, 45 from one side
kg / cm 2 three times, after 70 kg / cm 2 three times in total 6 times of water jet treatment from the other side, to obtain a hydro-entangled nonwoven fabric was dried to remove moisture from the hydroentanglement web.

【0016】得られた2種類の不織布を下記の含浸液に
含浸した後、絞りロールで絞ってから乾燥機で乾燥し
た。 含窒素化合物 1.3重量% (TFC−21B,高松油脂製) ポリアクリレート樹脂 0.1重量% (ディクナール、大日本インキ製)水 98.6重量% 計 100.0重量% 絞 り 率 : 120重量% 固型分付着率 : 1.7重量%
After impregnating the obtained two kinds of nonwoven fabrics with the following impregnating liquid, they were squeezed with a squeezing roll and then dried with a drier. 1.3% by weight of nitrogen-containing compound (TFC-21B, manufactured by Takamatsu Yushi) 0.1% by weight of polyacrylate resin (Dicnal, manufactured by Dainippon Ink) 98.6% by weight of water 100.0% by weight Total 100.0 % Squeezing rate: 120 Wt% Solid adhesion rate: 1.7 wt%

【0017】かくして得られた不織布に酢ビ系エマルジ
ョン25g/m2を用いて、目付100g/m2を有する
難燃性裏紙をはり、次に示す試験法によって、2時間お
よび24時間後のホルムアルデヒド濃度を測定したとこ
ろ以下のようであった。
The flame-retardant backing paper having a basis weight of 100 g / m 2 was pasted on the nonwoven fabric thus obtained using 25 g / m 2 of a vinyl acetate emulsion, and after 2 hours and 24 hours according to the following test method. The measurement of the formaldehyde concentration was as follows.

【0018】[0018]

【表1】 [Table 1]

【0019】試験方法 : 検知管法 5リットルのテドラーパックに3リットルの気体を入
れ、ホルムアルデヒドの初期濃度を14.0ppmに
し、その中に10cm×10cmの試料を入れ、23℃
の状態で2時間後及び24時間後にホルムアルデヒドの
濃度を測定した。
Test method: Detector tube method 3 liters of gas were put into a 5 liter Tedlar pack, the initial concentration of formaldehyde was adjusted to 14.0 ppm, and a 10 cm × 10 cm sample was put therein, and 23 ° C.
After 2 hours and 24 hours, the concentration of formaldehyde was measured.

【0020】実施例2および比較例2 1.5デニールビスコースレーヨン40重量%、芯がポ
リエチレンテレフタレート、鞘がポリエチレンからなる
2デニールの複合繊維(A)30重量%、および吸着剤
Cu(II)−Ti(IV)−SiO2と光触媒酸化チ
タンが4対1の割合で混合された消臭剤が、芯がポリエ
チレンテレフタレートで、鞘がナイロンである複合繊維
の鞘の部分に5重量%練り込まれている2.5デニール
の複合繊維(B)30重量%から、目付40g/m2
ウエブを作成し、実施例1と同様にして壁紙を得た(実
施例2)。一方上記ビスコースレーヨン10重量%、上
記複合繊維(A)30重量%及び上記複合繊維(B)6
0重量%から同様にして壁紙を作った(比較例2)。か
くして得られた壁紙は次の如き性能を有していた。なお
この壁紙も実施例1と同様含窒素化合物で処理されてい
る。
Example 2 and Comparative Example 2 1.5 denier viscose rayon 40% by weight, 30% by weight of a 2-denier composite fiber (A) having a polyethylene terephthalate core and a polyethylene sheath, and an adsorbent Cu (II) A deodorant in which Ti (IV) -SiO 2 and photocatalytic titanium oxide are mixed at a ratio of 4: 1 is kneaded with 5% by weight into a sheath portion of a composite fiber having a polyethylene terephthalate core and a nylon sheath. A web having a basis weight of 40 g / m 2 was prepared from 30 wt% of the 2.5 denier composite fiber (B), and a wallpaper was obtained in the same manner as in Example 1 (Example 2). On the other hand, 10% by weight of the viscose rayon, 30% by weight of the conjugate fiber (A) and 6% of the conjugate fiber (B) 6
Wallpaper was made in the same manner from 0% by weight (Comparative Example 2). The wallpaper thus obtained had the following performance. This wallpaper was also treated with a nitrogen-containing compound as in Example 1.

【0021】[0021]

【表2】 [Table 2]

【0022】[0022]

【表3】 [Table 3]

【0023】すなわち、実施例2に用いた本発明の表面
材料はホルムアルデヒドのみならず、各種臭気の要因の
一つである硫化水素に対しても良好な吸着性能を示し
た。また実施例2で得られた壁紙を30m2の会議室に
施工して、たばこ消臭性能をモニターテストしたとこ
ろ、極めて良好な結果を示した。
That is, the surface material of the present invention used in Example 2 exhibited good adsorption performance not only to formaldehyde but also to hydrogen sulfide, which is one of the causes of various odors. The wallpaper obtained in Example 2 was applied to a 30 m 2 conference room, and a tobacco deodorizing performance was monitored by a monitor test. As a result, extremely good results were shown.

【0024】[0024]

【発明の効果】本発明の壁紙用表面材料は、新築家屋等
において屋内に揮発、滞留する人体に有害なホルムアル
デヒドなどの化学物質を化学的に吸着し効果的に除去
し、さらに各種の臭気も分解除去することが出来る。
Industrial Applicability The surface material for wallpaper of the present invention chemically removes a chemical substance such as formaldehyde which is harmful to the human body which is volatilized and stays indoors in a newly built house or the like, and effectively removes it. It can be decomposed and removed.

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Claims (2)

【特許請求の範囲】[Claims] 【請求項1】 セルロース系繊維を20重量重量%以上
含む水流絡合不織布であって、ホルムアルデヒド吸着能
を有する含窒素化合物が付着してなるホルムアルデヒド
吸着能を有する壁紙用表面材料。
1. A water entangled nonwoven fabric containing at least 20% by weight of cellulosic fibers, and a surface material for wallpaper having formaldehyde adsorption ability to which a nitrogen-containing compound having formaldehyde adsorption ability is adhered.
【請求項2】 セルロース系繊維を20重量%以上、消
臭剤含有合成繊維10重量%ないし80重量%からなる
水流絡合不織布であって、ホルムアルデヒド吸着能を有
する含窒素化合物が付着してなる消臭性およびホルムア
ルデヒド吸着能を有する壁紙用表面材料。
2. A hydroentangled nonwoven fabric comprising 20% by weight or more of cellulosic fibers and 10% by weight to 80% by weight of synthetic fibers containing a deodorant, to which a nitrogen-containing compound having formaldehyde adsorption ability is attached. Surface material for wallpaper with deodorant and formaldehyde adsorption ability.
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