Seagrass is a plant fiber obtained from the leaves of the dwarf palm that grows in a Mediterranean climate around the world.

The plant's name comes from the long, lanceolate leaves that remind of seagrass after being cut and dried.

Dried fibers have a delicate and pleasant odor reminiscent of the scent of dried hay.


In the furniture industry, seagrass is used as a substitute for rattan and a filler for upholstering bedding and upholstered furniture.

Seaweed differs from other fibers suitable for producing mattress and upholstered furniture fillings by its pleasant fresh scent, which remains present long after installation in the product.

To produce layers and mats for mattresses and upholstered furniture, non-woven fabrication technology and vulcanization technology are used. For use as an upholstery filler, seaweed is twisted into braids. After developing, it remains curly and voluminous.

Filling components for bedding and upholstered furniture
Thermal insulation and soundproofing
Air filters
Natural fiber insoles
Hygienic cage and terrarium liners for pets


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