The Merinolandschaf (Merino Landrace) has its origin in the Württemberg area, Southern and Central Germany.
In the 19th century local sheep breeds, especially the Lower-Rhine-Marsch sheep, were crossbred with Merino sheep from Spain and Southern France. With more than 30% of the German sheep stock, it is the main breed in the Country.
This white wool is merino type with 26 to 28 microns.
Merino Wool has long been regarded as one of the finest and softest wools with properties that lend themselves to aerobic activity and long stays in the outdoors: body temperature regulation,warmth when wet, wicking or the ability to draw moisture away from the body and anti-microbial properties that help keep garments odor free. Even while wet, wool will generate heat up to an absorbency level of 30%.
We apply an innovative treatment that uses natural salts, which, in concomitance with appropriate activating agents in very precise conditions, develop oxygen as an oxidant agent of wool fiber, without causing damage and allowing restricting results equivalent to the use of chlorine.
This new treatment avoids the risk of formation of organic chlorinated agents (aox) and therefore no chlorine compound is detected both on the treated top and in the wastewater, obtaining a totally ecological process.
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