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Embracing the Resilience of Carbonized Wool—A Journey from Fiber to Fashion

Introduction In the realm of natural fibers, wool has long been celebrated for its warmth, natural water-repellence, and enduring comfort. However, the introduction of carbonized wool into the textile industry has marked a significant evolution. This innovative process enhances the wool’s inherent qualities, making it an even more attractive option for discerning consumers. Let’s delve into the world of carbonized wool, exploring its definition, benefits, and distinctive characteristics of garments crafted from this resilient fiber. Chapter 1: Understanding Carbonized Wool Carbonized wool is the result of a meticulous process where raw wool is subjected to controlled heat in an oxygen-deficient environment. This unique treatment, known as carbonization, alters the wool’s chemical structure, reducing its susceptibility to shrinkage and felting. The outcome is a fiber that retains wool’s natural allure while gaining a fortified edge against the elements. Carbonized wool is not only more robust but also boasts improved resistance to environmental stressors, positioning it as a premier choice for high-quality yarn production. Chapter 2: The Advantages of Carbonized Wool Yarn The decision to opt for carbonized wool in yarn production is driven by its superior qualities. The carbonization process imbues the wool with a greater resistance to the rigors of everyday wear, making it an ideal candidate for long-lasting garments. This type of yarn is also more manageable, reducing the risk of distortion during manufacturing. For those who appreciate the allure of natural fibers but desire a fabric that can withstand the test of time, carbonized wool yarn is the perfect compromise between nature and durability. Chapter 3: The Distinctive Features of Carbonized Wool Garments Garments woven from carbonized wool yarn stand out for their exceptional characteristics. They offer a blend of strength and softness, providing a comfortable fit that is kind to the skin. The natural insulating properties of

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How to find a perfect wool blanket?

What is a wool blanket? A wool blanket is a decorative comforter made from natural wool fiber, which can add warmth. What kinds of wool are suitable for making wool blankets? Lamb wool Lamb wool is great for a more luxurious wool feel. This wool is typically shorn from lambs that are not yet twelve months old, which is super soft. So the lamb wool blankets tend to be thinner and lighter and warmer. Combed sheep wool The scoured wool is carded by a machine to get combed sheep wool in different microns. For making wool blankets, the combed sheep wool can be white color or natural grey color. The finer micron wool you choose, the softer wool blanket it is. Scoured wool The raw wool is sheared from sheep mainly in spring or Autumn. After shearing the wool, it contains oil, grass, and other vegetable matters. Before using the wool in production, Workers will scour the wool into hot water and then dry it. After it, the workers will make a selection to get suitable wool for a blanket. Cashmere Cashmere comes from goats who live in the Kashmir mountains, the micron is finer and softer. Because the output of cashmere is very less, cashmere is regarded as luxury wool. Camel hair Camel’s hair is shearing from camels, it has natural camel color or tan,  with a good hand touch. Camel’s hair is considered one of the insulating fibers for making a wool blanket, its hand touch is silky with a smooth surface. The advantages of wool blanket Wool blankets are durable and desirable in all bedding products. Because it was used natural fiber, it has good features. 1. Wool is a natural fiber, it is biodegradable ; 2. It can absorb moisture, supply you with a comfortable temperature, neither too hot

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HOW TO CHOOSE FIBER FOR A QUILT?

People used to be using cotton as the filling of quilts, its low loft tends to give you a flat quilt. Also, some people use polyester and down for quilts. Wool fibers are a good choice for your quilt if you’re looking for the warmest filler. It’s incredibly soft and suitable for hand quilting and machine stitching. While cotton/ polyester and down quilts have their advantages, wool bedding performs better and improves sleep efficiency for most people in both warm and cool climates.  Wool is a higher loft batting and can be quilted heavily without any loss of flexibility. As wool is one natural fiber, it has the feature of light and moisture absorption that can adjust the temperature to a comfortable one. So how to choose the wool for quilt batting? There are some types of wool for your choice. 1. Carded sheep wool/sheep wool combings For this wool, it is carded by a machine to separate the wool into different microns, the micron range is from 18.5micron to 30micron. Before making the wool into wool batting, the wool will be scoured with hot water. After washing the wool, the white color will be more bright, the oil content is very less than the international standard. People choose different microns of wool on the basis of their quilt orientation. The finer micron of carded wool, the higher price is. The finner wool batting, the softer the hand touch it is. 2. Carbonized wool The wool being carbonized process, its protein will be destroyed, and there will be almost no vegetable matter. Using carbonized wool for wool quilts is more durable. Also, because the length is longer, it is more fluffy. 3. Camel hair Except for wool, people also like camel hair for quilt batting. The camel hair can be from 20micron to 30micron. No matter carded wool, carbonized

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The wool felt- wool insulated packaging felt-1

Today we are talking about the wool insulated packaging felt, for this felt, is made from 100% sheep wool. People usually use natural brown coarser wool for making this kind of wool felt, as the cost is cheap compared with white color wool in the same micron. The raw wool was washed through hot water by soap first and then carded scoured wool by machine to get fleece wool, This fleece wool will be needled by machine to get the needle felt in different thicknesses. According to different sizes of the box requests, the felt will be cut into different sizes. Finally, cover the felt liner with MDPE, HDPE which can be dissoluble. So where does such wool-insulated packaging felt bag used for? It is usually used for transporting sensitive temperature goods, such as cold chain products, fresh fruits transportation, frozen food transportation, pharmaceutical product…… the list goes on. Can somebody doubt it? Why use such wool-insulated packaging felt bags for transportation? As we know there are too many plastic bags appearing in our daily life. And polystyrene can not be compostable, this is harmful to the environment. In order to protect the world, more and more people have started using insulating packaging which can be compostable. The wool felt packaging is a perfect choice. As the wool is 100% natural fiber, it benefits itself elasticity and its crimp factor, it can offer impact resistance and cushion to goods in transit, and it provides crash protection during transportation. The wool fiber’s outstanding insulating properties are superior to polystyrene. Except for the above good features, It has many good features as below. The wool is environmental; The wool is a good hygroscopic material; The wool is renewable and biodegradable; The wool is good at absorbing moisture and keeping the good at a good

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Nine different types of wool felt

What is wool felt? Wool felt is a nonwoven textile made of natural fibers or synthetic fibers. The wool felt can be needle felt and pressed felt, depending on what is the final usage. In view of the wool features as below: . 100% natural fibers, . environmental, .good hygroscopic, . can be compostable .Renewable and biodegradable .can be absorbing moisture from the air Wool products are widely used in people’s daily life. Wool felt is one of the uses of wool. As below are some different types of wool felt for your reference. 1. Wool insulation felt For this felt, it is usually made of coarser wool fiber. When you build your house, you can put the wool felt inside the wall. This felt can help absorb harmful chemicals, manage the moisture, absorbing and reduce the noise. Using this wool insulation felt, you will get a more pleasant house to live in. 2. Insulated wool packaging For this felt, it is widely used for transporting fresh fruits and frozen food. In the past, the widespread use of plastic packing, cause big pollution for the world. Nowadays, people gradually realize that we should reduce even the use of plastic packaging to protect the earth. With the aim of protecting the world’s environment, more and more companies are trying to use this eco-friendly wool felt packaging to eliminate plastic from supply chains.  Because such wool felt is made 100% wool, it has good features as below for packaging: 1) These wool felts are made of 100% natural fiber wool, which is biodegradable, compostable, and sustainable; 2) This wool felt liner is micro-perforated to allow the wool fibers to breathe and create a natural cooling system, which can keep the fruits or frozen food below 5 degrees for well over 24 hours and between 2 degrees and

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How to process the raw wool?

What is raw wool? The raw wool is taken from the sheep skin by farmers, it contains oil, dirt, and vegetable matter. Farmers shear the raw wool from sheep and put them into bags. Such raw wool can not be used directly, it needs to be washed first to remove the oil and dirt. So how do process the raw wool? There are ways to process the raw wool in the following: 1. Washing/scoured wool 1) Workers open the bags and put raw wool together, and then let workers sort the wool by hand first, pick up the colored fiber, the big vegetable matter, etc. 2) After sorting the raw wool, it will be put into a water channel for the washing process. There are usually 5 water channels, put pure water into the first/fourth/ fifth water channel, and then put the washing agent for the second and third water channels. And then put the raw wool from the first water channel, then the second, the third channel… 3)After washing through the five water channels, the washed wool will be dry for packaging. 2. Carded/combed wool What is carded sheep wool? The carded sheep wool is the wool that has been carded by a machine to separate the wool with different microns. After carding the wool, the length will be shorter than scoured wool around 1.5inch. The process detail is as below: 1) Wash the wool with a scouring agent and then dry it 2) Put the scoured wool into the machine for carding 3) Put the first carded wool into the machine again, then card around 8-13 times 4) During the carded process, the wool is separated into different microns, put similar micron wool together, and then bleached or packed into a bale directly 3. Carbonized wool What is carbonized wool? Carbonized wool

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10 Usages for the sheep wool

Wool is one of the most natural fibers in our daily life. Wool can be widely used in different industries for centuries because the thread has many good features, It has flexibility and endurance, together with its odor and fire-resistant possessions, which makes it appropriate for many purposes, both cosmetic and functional. As below are 10 ways of usage for the wool. 1. Clothing Wool is one of the oldest textile fibers used by humans. The earliest wool clothing found has been dated to between 4000-3000 BCE. The most significant usage of wool can be evidenced in coats, suits, dresses, skirts, and slacks produced from woven materials of varying weights and knitted fabrics. This provides warmth in clothes and accounts for a great tailored appearance. 2. Wool felt Felting is a simple process of separating, tangling, and relocking animal fibers found in items such as yarn or wool. In felting, the scales are coaxed into separation through heat, warm water, or friction and then gently tangled using various tools. 3. Wadding/filling Wool wadding is a top choice for quilts used in damp and cool climates as it can absorb moisture and will still keep you warm if it becomes wet. It is usually low-loft but light, warm, excellent at regulating body temperature, and naturally flame retardant. 4. Insulation Wool insulation is made from sheep wool fibers that are mechanically held together. From the ground up, insulation is a necessity in the home. Tucked behind walls, nestled beneath floors, and hidden above ceilings, this material helps regulate temperature, minimize sound, and conserve energy indoors. 5. Fertilizer/fodder Coarser wool is a good raw material for making fertilizer, Their wool is very coarse and contains a lot of kemps (dead fibers), so it is practically unserviceable for textile uses, Green hydrolysis using superheated water is an emerging technology to turn waste wool into amendment-fertilizers for the management of grasslands and other cultivation purposes. Also because wool

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Why China’s domestic raw materials boom?——-Analysis of wool

The biggest problem for the world economy today is the unbridled spread of the new coronavirus, and the already weak economies are now in dire straits. Now domestic raw materials rose sharply, is bound to cause a variety of international price fluctuations. The economy, which has barely recovered, faces another severe test. The fluctuation of textile materials can be seen to be caused by the following factors. 1, Staring in March, Australian wool is also gradually entering the off-season. The supply of Australian wool in the off-season in 2020 will be around 20,000 packs per week. Although the weather in Australia is favorable at present, it is affected by the global epidemic, the supply of Australian wool this off-season will not have a significant increase over last year, so ready in advance of raw materials. In addition, Australian wool affected by the epidemic, prices fell significantly, although after successive increases, but prices are still lower than in previous years, these factors contributed to the rise in the price of raw materials. 2, The advance of vaccination in various countries has brought the daily number of new coronaviruses in Europe and the United States to record lows. The World Health Organization has also said that the new coronaviruses are expected to be effectively controlled by early 2022. If the advance of the vaccine goes smoothly this year, it is highly likely that the rapid spread of the virus will be brought under control by the end of this year. Entrepreneurs generally believe that once the virus is effectively controlled, countries will restart the economy, consumption recovery, is bound to lead to hot sales of products, for six months after the production of enough raw materials, this is another cause of rising prices for raw materials. 3,With the election of President Biden, the

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