The quality of felt products depends to a large extent on the nature of the composition of the mixture, such as the length, fineness, crimp, and scale of the wool fiber, which vary greatly depending on the variety and the season of shearing.
If only one kind of raw material is used to produce a certain specification of felt, when the raw wool is used up or its properties change, it will bring about production fluctuations, which will affect the product quality. Therefore, in order to ensure product quality, balanced and stable production, It is necessary to use a variety of raw materials to properly mix. The essence of mixing is to mix several kinds of raw materials with different properties into a whole to form a mixture so that it has the comprehensive characteristics of various raw materials. This comprehensive characteristic should meet the requirements of various index requirements for felt production and felt product quality.
The correct selection of mixing ingredients can not only stabilize production and improve production efficiency, but also enable various raw materials to complement each other’s strengths after mixing, strive to reduce costs under the premise of ensuring product quality, and make full use of all available wool fibers to produce more Good felt products.