is a textile floor covering that is distinguished from the more general term
"rug" by being fixed to the floor surface and extending to every
wall. In olden days peoples covered the floors of their dwellings with non-textile
articles. But after the revolution in textiles, people start using cotton and
wool for this.
Loop Pile Carpets have the
features of both, the cut pile carpet and the loop pile carpet. They are
manufactured with the combination of looped yarn and cut yarn. Some of the
loops are tufted higher than the others. While shearing the carpets, the higher
loops are cut whereas the lower loops remain untouched. The cut pile thus
formed looks darker than the loops, creating interesting patterns giving a rich
visual experience by reflecting light in varied manners. Sculptured effects can
be produced by giving a variety of pile heights to it.
major raw material is used for manufacturing rugs are yarn, Backing fabric, piping
fabric, latex chemicals ,all raw material receive are firstly inspected by TQM
and will be issues to production after approval. Drylon and nylon are purchase
from outside party in single ply form. There after they undergo cabling and
heat setting activity in the plant. Where it is pass through heater for giving
stability to the yarn and give better crimpy look to the yarn.
The authors are associated
with DKTE Textile and Engineering Institute, Kolhapur.
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