Hi-fibre - Improving the quality and performance of fibre filled cushion (A best practice guide)

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Practical research to overcome one of the biggest causes for customer complaints to the domestic furniture sector. The best practice guidelines contained, together with adherence to FIRA's HI FIBRE manufacturing performance specification will help your company to raise product standards.

 

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Best practice
    • Quality and performance - fibre
    • Cushion processing
    • Packaging density
    • Shape
    • Fibre distribution
    • Pocket dimensions
    • Containment
  • Advice for manufacturers
  • Advice for retailers
  • Cost benefit analysis
  • Waste
  • Recommendations - best practice matrix
  • Annex I: Novel fibre development

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