Fibres of natural origin

The fibres that we use are derived from plant cell walls, and are, therefore, a most abundant and prolific renewable resource. Typically, the fibres that we use come from bamboo, wheat, oats, cellulose (wood), and sugar cane. The raw material is digested, washed, and bleached. Size reduction is purely a physical process, with no chemical additions. The pulped fibre is crushed, milled, classified, and blended together as necessary, or with other functional additives.

The natural fibres that we offer, differ in physical properties such as particle size, fibre length, fibre thickness, bulk density, fibre shape, purity, and whiteness.

The final products are used in the food, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries, and for technical applications.