100% Polyester non woven broadloom Jacquard carpet

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2000 m²
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200000 m²/month

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100% Polyester non woven broadloom Jacquard carpet 

Quick Details

  • Material: 100% Polyester

  • Style: Jacquard

  • Pattern: jacquard

  • Design: needle punched

  • Technics: Nonwoven

  • Use: Bathroom, Car, Commercial, Decorative, Hotel

  • Size: 1.5m*30m/2m*50m/3m*50m/3.66m*50m

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: Worldking

  • Model Number: jacquard carpet

  • roll width: 1m-4m

  • roll length: 15m-60m

  • thickness: 2mm-10mm

  • colour: any colour available


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Packing with plastic film bag or in woven bag by rolls
Delivery Detail:Within 7-15 days after confirming the order

 Jacquard exhibition carpet

Product Description

 Product Description:

 

Worldking Exhibition Carpet:

 

1.raw material: polyester staple fiber or polypropylene fiber, latex

 

2.model: plain-surface, fire retardent, film-coated, ribbed, velour, single and double jacquard

 

3.mass per unit: 250g/sqm—600g/sqm

 

4.roll width:1m—4m

 

5.length per roll: 25m—80m or as customers’ requirement

 

6.packing: in plastic film bags or in woven bags

 

7.colour: any colour available

 

 

The details provided above are accurate and available on buyer's requirement.

 

Our products enjoys popularity in domestic markets and foreign markets.

 

Our price is favorable to other quotation you can get else where.

 

Looking forward to your inquiry..




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