carpet construction

carpet construction

Descriptive of the method by which a carpet is made, and how the pile fibers are fixed to the carpet backing; the construction is often classified as woven, tufted, or knitted.
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in fibre technology and carpet construction techniques even the lower-budget carpets will usually wear well if they're put in the right areas of your home, it's best to go for the highest quality you can afford.
"If you are not going to maintain your carpet, let the carpet work for you." Considerations might include fiber type and carpet construction, as well as treatments that repel soil.
He said consumers know the Milliken name because the company pioneered several new carpet and rug concepts, such as carpet tiles, frieze carpet construction and affordable broadloom pattern carpets.
Fiber, color, and design; carpet construction; and pile texture influence commercial carpet performance, and some basic knowledge can equip facility managers with the information to make cost-effective, performance-driven flooring selections that look better and last longer in any type of environment.
In other news, CRI introduced its 2001edition of The Carpet Primer, a guide to carpet construction, specification, installation, maintenance, indoor air quality and recycling initiatives.
Tactesse is now available in three different deniers -- 995, 1425 and 2250 -- each one suitable for a different carpet construction, according to DuPont.
The Carpet Primer, a comprehensive resource for general and technical carpet information, details the basics of carpet construction, carpet specification, carpet installation, carpet maintenance, and indoor air quality.
At www.owsphinx.com, visitors can learn about carpet construction, care and maintenance, as well as browse through Sphinx's line of rug collections.