Products

The List of Products We Offer

At R.L. Pritchard & Co., Inc., we carry a variety of jute products & can customize to your specifications.

Jute

Jute Felt is comprised of matted, compressed jute fibers. It is 100% biodegradable and degrades to form humus, without leaving harmful residue traces. Jute Felt is being increasingly used as an industrial product, for insulation and acoustic. The product insulates the soil against extreme temperatures and hence helps in the survival of plants. The Jute Felt absorbs moisture, up to 5 times its own weight and therefore provides water to plants during dry periods.

Jute Felt also plays an important role in every aspect of landscape design. Felt can be used to block weeds and sunlight, while allowing water and fertilizers to pass through. When laying mulch, Jute Felt can hold it in place, even on steep slopes.

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Jute felt is useful in promotion of vegetation in a difficult environment. Jute Felts are excellent insulators and protect trees from extreme weather. These soak moisture and release it to the tree in drier times. Jute Felt is used in tree nursery field. It is useful for mulching and weed management.

Non-Woven Jute Felts are also used in construction of roads & laying of railway tracks to strengthen the subsoil, keeping it from moving or slipping away. On sites such as riverbanks & slopes. Jute based products are also extensively used for protection & stabilization.

Usage – Horticulture, weed controlling, plant frost cover, tree trunk wrap, animal cover, inner insulation. seat/sofa liner, shoe liner, floor insulator, and decorations.

The life of both qualities differ. Caddies felt has a short life, and Raw Fiber felt has a longer life.

We can provide Jute Caddies felt in qualities from 500 gram to 1000 gram – up to 1.83 meter width

We can provide Raw Fiber felt in qualities from 250 gram to 1000 Gram – Up to 2.1 meter width

Jute Around the Globe

  • Protection of slopes in road and railway embankment
  • Bridge approaches
  • Terraces in hilly terrains
  • Stabilization of sand dunes
  • Promotion of quick vegetation in areas denuded by natural disasters and normal erosion
  • Stabilization of waste-dumps
  • Golf course construction and maintenance
  • Embankments and slopes
  • Civic beautification
  • Landfills
  • Highway construction
  • Landscape improvement
  • Sod stabilization
  • Lakes and stream banks
  • Mining reclamation
  • Nurseries
  • Military bases
  • Industrial and commercial development
  • Farm and agricultural
  • Ski slopes
  • Beach and sand dune stabilization
  • Pipeline construction
  • Wetland reclamation
  • Drainage ditches