Pads made of plant fibres


Coir fibre

Coir fibres contain closed cells filled with air, which grant the fibre good isolation and resistance against moulding and rottenness in wet environment.

Important in mattress production, for isolation in buildings and also for erosion control or in agriculture..

When used in mattresses, due to their structure, coir fibre pads convey air and provide necessary ventilation. On the other hand they provide perfect heath isolation and keep the body temperature steady.



Sisal fibre

The special property of sisal fibre is their high tear resistance, which is the highest among the fibres of natural vegetable origin.

Distinguish by the highest tear resistance among natural fibres.

They assure extreme durability to the final product. Most common application is in mattresses for hotels and for sitting suits.



Sea grass

Sea grass distinguish by its fresh pleasant smell, which remains preserved long time after harvesting.

Aroma therapy pure.

The twisted leaves provide the spring effect to the product and grant snugness.



Jute fibre

Its property being strong, durable, anti-static, biodegradable and many more, opens a wide range of applications.

The universal fibre.

Jute fibre in pads for upholstering furniture and mattresses provides volume, softness and isolation.



Abaca

Abaca fibre, known worldwide as Manila hemp, is obtained from the leaves of the abaca, Musa Textilis.

Abaca fibre is considered as the second strongest among natural fibres. As natural fibre abaca is most suitable for upholstering furniture and for mattresses. It keeps the body temperature steady.


Pads made of animal hair

Horsehair

Horsehair is highly hygroscopic and as such it has the ability to absorb the humidity, which human body evaporates when we are sleeping. During the day it gives it away into the air.

The "number one" as a sleeping-climate regulator.

The flexible horsehair provides the spring effect to the product and grants snugness.



Cashmere

Cashmere hair is highly hygroscopic and as such it has the ability to absorb the humidity, which human body evaporates when we are sleeping. During the day it gives it away into the air.

The optimal sleeping-climate regulator.

Even a thin layer in mattresses provides a notable effect.



Camel hair

The hair contains thermostatic properties which can protect and insulate the camel from the extreme cold conditions as well as keep them cool in the desert

Protect against heath and coldness.

The same properties and characteristics are transferred when making fabrics for mattress upholstering, bedding or clothing.



Wool & Horsehair

Both, wool and horsehair are highly hygroscopic and they have the ability to absorb the humidity, which human body evaporates when we are sleeping. During the day they release it into the air.

Wool and horsehair combined together gain an additional quality.

The soft texture of the wool fills the empty compartments between the horsehair and makes the product a good isolator and heath regulator, while the strong and flexible horsehair grants the stability and spring effect to the product

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