Machine-tufted carpets are made when the tufts, clusters of yarn fibers, are drawn through and inserted into a primary backing. A secondary backing is then adhered to the primary backing with a coat of latex, effectively laminating for a 2-dimensional construction.
These machines are capable of tufting loop, cut or both cut and loop, and with or without the tip-sheared effect, thus providing guest rooms with the desired softer look and feel. Using stitch by stitch control, these machineries offer precise design capabilities and improved pattern clarity. Both products accommodate custom weights, manufacturing widths, and a complete range of backings in order to meet the needs of an installation.