The quality of jute fibre is judged by its suitability for the production of various types of yarn and its behaviour in the manufacturing process. It is assessed by taking a hank out of a lot, spreading the individual reeds on the ground and then assessing the different characteristics by "look & touch". Because of the importance of brightness, grading commonly takes place before noon.

The most common application for Jute and Kenaf fibres is spinning. That's why fibre which spins into the finest yarn is considered to be of very good quality.

But other application (e.g. non-woven production) have different requirements. Because of, a "high quality fibre" does not necessarily mean, that this rating fits to all applications. This is espically the case, when properties like colour, lustre, etc. are not required but related to higher prices.

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We are pleased to provide you helpful background knowledge about properties and grading rules.

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We offer a wide range of fibres for several applications.

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We are pleased to supply fibres according to your specific requirements. Please contact us!