Examples of synthetic fibre are recycled polyester (PET) and it is recyclable, does not cause any allergies and is both environmentally and user friendly. The recycled PET bottles are the basis of the polyester we use. PLA (Polylactide) which is a naturally degradable, thermoplastic, aliphatic polyester made from renewable resources, corn starch or cane sugar are common raw materials.
When it comes to natural fibre, hemp is an example of this, and it has many environmental benefits. Producing hemp requires minimal watering. The hemp plant is a durable and fast-growing crop that can grow in most climate zones and nutrient-poor soils. In addition, the hemp absorbs more carbon dioxide during its growth than is emitted. The hemp fibre is also a very good insulating material.
Examples of other materials we use are wool, cotton, linen, viscose, PP and industrial textile waste. Of course, these materials can be combined.
Nonwoven has many different properties in terms of insulation, durability, air permeability, absorption, etc.