Sisal fibers are solid, have a nice sheen, and are creamy-white or light yellowish in color. They are very durable and suitable for frequently used products and products subjected to frequent heavier loads.
Sisal fibers have the highest elongation value among natural plant fibers. We take advantage of this distinction in the production of load-bearing layers for mattresses and upholstered furniture. For dimensional stability and easier maintenance of the linings, a layer of latex is added on one side.
The natural antistatic properties of sisal fibers contribute to greater comfort and well-being, which prevents discomfort often present with synthetic fiber products.
Sisal fibers are also a good moisture regulator, which helps control the sleeping climate. They absorb the sweat and release it into the room during sleep, thus regulating the sleeping climate and ensuring the airiness of the upholstery.
Like other natural fibers, sisal fibers are 100% degradable, which means that products made of this material do not burden the environment and are an excellent alternative to synthetic polymer fibers obtained from fossil fuels.