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The BW Generation Difference

November 23, 2015

BW Generation’s product range is simplified to allow easy selection of the right product to use.

The absorbency of the pad in any Incontinence Product is mainly dependent on the composition of Super Absorbent Polymer (SAP) and pulp. The pricing of an Incontinence Product is subject to the design, type of material and the amount of SAP used.

Q: What is SAP (Super Absorbent Polymer)?

SAPs are materials that can absorb and retain large amounts of liquid compared to their own mass. A single gram of SAP can absorb 1000gm of liquid!

Their main function is to absorb and retain liquid, while the pulp’s function is to draw liquid in.

Video: See SAP in Action

Q: How do BW Generation Products fare against market leading brands?

Video: BWGen Pull Up Pants against Market Leading Brand T of Pull Ups

Q: What is the difference between total capacity and working capacity?

Total Capacity is the maximum amount of liquid an incontinence product like an adult diaper can hold while the working capacity is the recommended capacity by the manufacturer.

The value of Total Capacity is always higher than the Working Capacity. It is always wise and advisable to check if the capacity represented by a product is the Total Capacity or Working Capacity to have a proper product comparison.