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Dibella textiles are designed and optimised for processing in industrial laundries. To ensure that the maximum textile life and productivity is achieved in the reprocessing process, some recommendations should be followed.
Whether it's a classic hotel closure, a simple bag closure or even finishing with decorative stitching. A number of individualisations are possible when making up bed linen. Here you will find an overview of the most common variations ...
We have already introduced the moisture-absorbing properties of cotton. Pure cotton can absorb around 20% moisture without feeling damp at all. This makes cotton the ideal raw material for fluffy terry towelling.
The quality of a fabric begins with the selection of a high-quality raw fibre. In the ring spinning mill, the raw fibre is turned into yarn in a complex process.
We bring light into the seal jungle: Here we present the seals and certificates used at Dibella.
Plain weave, body weave and atlas weave are the three basic weaves that belong to the systematically constructed weaves with recurring weave repeat and which we would like to describe here.
The properties of a textile are largely determined by the fibre materials it contains. Only three raw materials are used for our durable, skin-friendly textiles: Cotton, Tencel and polyester.