Our main activity is still the weaving of the various individual textiles.
The selected threads are inserted into the loom one by one by hand. This procedure can take a few days, depending on the width of the fabric.
With up to 14 rows, different patterns can be woven on our looms. According to the principle of warp (denotes the longitudinal threads) and weft (denotes the horizontal transverse threads), the textile fabric is woven from right-angle crossed thread systems.
We also produce non-woven carriers on our calenders. In this process, hot-melt fibres are placed not vertically but in a diamond formation on top of one another and fused with one another. This creates a stronger and firmer carrier material that is pressure-resistant.