- Wool absorbs 40% of water and 100% of moisture (e.g. wool absorbs sweat well)
- Best absorbency in comparison with other fibres
- Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic qualities
- Fire resistant, will not melt; Ignition point of 600°C
- Decomposing ability; Renewable material
- Compressed wool felt belongs to the oldest textile materials used by the majority of industries for varsatile purposes.
- Wool felt has a structure consisting of fibres that are permanently entangled and unified with manufacturing process; which varies according to the degree of automation, chemical influence, and moisture used, without applying knitting, weaving, stitching, heat sealing, or gluing.
- Wool felt can be created from exclusively from one type of wool fibre, or as a blend of new and recycled wool fibres mixed with artificial fibres, vegetable fibres, etc.