Bloomsburg Carpet unveils Zeftron nylon products

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Bloomsburg Carpet’s new patterns are made with Zeftron, a renewable nylon 6 fiber. Metal Edge is shown here.

Bloomsburg, Pa.—Bloomsburg Carpet has introduced two new patterns through its alliance with Tuva Looms: Metal Edge and Structure. Both products are made with Zeftron nylon, a renewable nylon 6 fiber. The new styles, which integrate high fiber luster levels and advanced fiber processing, reflect the natural patina and visual depth of woven metals. The result is a wire-like cable weave that the company said creates a clean, modern aesthetic.

Metal Edge and Structure are available in seven complementary colors, including Corrugated, Leaden, Gunmetal, Core, Foundry, Chain Mail and Plow. Woven on Bloomsburg’s double heddle velvet looms, each product is available in 12-foot broadloom. Metal Edge features a 53.6-ounce face weight, while Structure comes in a 49-ounce face weight.

“Metal Edge and Structure are the result of great design, great tooling and a highly versatile fiber system from Zeftron nylon,” said James Cody, Bloomsburg vice president of sales. “Architects and designers will not only appreciate the appealing look of these styles, but also their ability to perform extremely well in virtually any commercial setting.”

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