Wall To Wall PP High Cut Low Pile Tufted Broadloom Carpet For Room

Basic Information
Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China
Brand Name: Kaili Carpet
Certification: ISO9001, ISO14001, CE
Model Number: Chuncheng
Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 square meter
Price: Negotiable
Packaging Details: PP bag, 100 square meter per roll , 1 CBM per roll
Delivery Time: 10-15 work days
Payment Terms: T/T, L/C
Supply Ability: 1000000 square meter per month
Detail Information
Yarn Fiber: 100% BCF Polypropylene Backing: Action Backing
Constructions: High Cut Low Loop Pile Height: 7.5mm
Pile Weight: 840g/sqm Dye Method: Solution Dye
Width: 4m Usage: Family Or Hotel
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7.5mm Tufted Broadloom Carpet


840gsm Wall To Wall Carpet


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Product Description

Wall To Wall PP High Cut Low Pile Tufted Broadloom Carpet For Room


Series Chuncheng
Recommended Uses Family room, Hotel, Office
Fiber Material BCF Polypropylene
Primary Backing Woven PP
Secondary Backing Action back
Gauge 1/8
Width 4m
Color 4 colors
Features Stain resistant, durable, hard-wearing
Sample Available


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What are the differences between woven carpet and tufted carpet?

Woven carpet dominated the carpeting market from their invention until the 1950s when tufted carpeting began rising to its current dominance of about 95 percent of the wall-to-wall market.


Many factors decide the cost of both woven and tufted wall-to-wall carpeting. These include density, type of fiber (wool is still the premium material), and the variety of weave. So it is difficult to give a precise estimate of the price difference between the two methods of construction.


Looms are used to create woven carpeting in which facing (top side) yarn interlaces with the backing yarn. The little backing material is necessary, according to the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI), but some latex coating is applied to the bottom for bulk.

Although tufted carpeting may be referred to as broadloom due to its width, it is created on specialized multi-needle sewing machines. The machines punch each tuft through the main backing fabric, which is usually a plastic, and form a loop to hold it in place. Then glue and secondary backings are applied to the main backing.


Wool and four synthetics — nylon, polyester, Olefin (polypropylene), and triexta — are the primary fibers used in wall-to-wall carpeting.

Wool is the most expensive fiber but is naturally stain resistant and flame retardant.
Nylon is one of the most popular types of carpet, due to its color range and durability.
Polyester has a wool-like appearance and is soft underfoot.
Olefin is glossy and one of the least expensive fibers.
Triexta is chemically close to polyester fiber but is more durable and resilient.


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Contact Details

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