Our range of Wool Felts is a fabric that is made using natural fibers without employing any bonding elements. The compactness of our product range highly depends on the aid of chemical and mechanical application of heat, moisture & pressure.
With the introduction of Neutral Felts, our organization has witnessed a major breakthrough, which is achieved by our in-house R & D initiatives in their quest for developing products that are in line with the most advanced felt products available in the U.S. and German Felt markets.
The process of neutralizing felts by pouring fresh water washing / squeezing leaves acid traces, historically do not guarantee a 100% neutral product. However, this process increases the risk of traces of acid in the felts coming in contact with vulnerable human skin, ferrous & non-ferrous metals and softer metals. In order to eliminate this risk, we have developed neutral felts that ensure neutrality of the felt products, which are manufactured by them.
Felt A Human Friend:
Woolen Felt has been used in the ancient times by mankind right from the its most elementary form of ‘batts’ used as protective sheeting for humans. Further, as their cattle to the modern day, highly specified custom developed products to meet the most sophisticated requirements of human beings. Irrespective of the fact that wool is the most costly natural fiber known to mankind, it is very commonly used in felt-making because of its inherent technical advantages like capillarity, absorption, compactness, resilience and stable & inert nature. These merits offset the cost of wool. Owing to this factor, wool is typically known as ‘technical textile’.
Furthermore, a wool felt that is developed with proper specifications can work wonders for the user industry. It is also a product that is bio-degradable, non-toxic and eco-friendly. The finished product can be easily cut, sawed, bored, punched, skived, split, sheared and turned on a lathe to enable the creation of customized cut components according to the clients given specifications.
Felt types are described in the PDF.