The process begins at source, on the farm. By examining the raw cotton for specific details such as cleanliness and staple length, we ensure only the highest quality and type of raw cotton is used in our products.
Different looms are capable of producing different selvedges, some fringed, some closed and some can weave longer piece lengths than others. We work closely with our suppliers to select the correct loom for the specified end use.
Our cloth is inspected throughout the weaving process to satisfy our quality standards. We stipulate that 75% of loomstate is inspected for greige goods and 100% is inspected prior to further processing.
At the final Stenter stage the cloth is pulled out and set with heat to achieve the finished width. Any additional chemical finishes such as Flame Resistant and anti-pill finishes are added at this stage.
Made up white goods for critical end uses are 100% inspected before being packed in specially constructed “clean areas”. We work hard with our partners to create procedures that result in goods being totally contamination free.