Sustainable waste-wood cabin fabric option

John Horsfall, a UK-based textile manufacturer whose products are used on aircraft worldwide, has developed a new sustainable fabric to replace traditional polypropylene nonwovens used in aircraft cabins, as well as in coaches and trains.

Ideal for headrests, pillow covers, tray mats and other single-use items, the BioFibre fabric can be made in various weights for different end uses.

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Posted by Geoff Fisher on 10 August 2020



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