TEXTILES FROM NATURE
Perfect fabric solutions for every requirement
The feischee-cotton fr collection combines the advantages of cotton as a natural material with the safety standards that are required for contract fabrics.
Cotton and fire-proof *- it’s not a contradiction!
The patented technique results in a molecular modification of the vegetal materials. This ensures fire-proofness at all times without changing their characteristics. The fabrics of the feischee-cotton fr collection have all the benefits of ‘a good material’.
- natural material
- and biodegradable
- not statically chargeable
- free from oil / polyester
- the fabrics must be washed with soft or distilled water according to the washing advice
- made in germany
Maasberg’s ”feischee-cotton fr” product line which was presented at the fair was awarded by AIT the great trade magazine for architects and interior designers.
According to AIT Maasberg’s “feischee-cotton fr” product line presented at the fair absolutely meets current trends. Jointly with the jury and trend scouts they are of the opinion: there has been sufficient plastic all over the world.
Synthetic fibres, plastic and microfibre
all of them are not decomposed in nature and for that reason they are causing increasing problems. In the meantime polyester is contained in about 60 per cent of fabrics produced all over the world. The cheap synthetic fibre has turned out to be a disaster for the oceans.
Textiles made of cotton also because of our ecological responsibility. Raw material is renewable. Energy consumption in the production process is low. Fibre & fabric are completely bio-degradable – an increasingly important aspect.
|Material:||100 % cotton|
207 gr/m², 275 gr/m², 359 gr/m²
special colours possible
|Miscellaneous:||without chemical additives, compostable, breathable|
|Awards:||AIT Trend Award 2018|
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Origin of materials:||Italy|
|Function:||low-emission, healthy, natural, suitable for allergy sufferers|
|Manufacturing processes:||patented technique for molecular modification of the vegetal materials|