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General information
OriginAsia, Middle East, Iran, Egypt, USA.
FiberNatural: Vegetal
ComponentsPlant Cuticle, Cellulose, Protoplasm
Average fiber length⅜ to 2½ inches
Cross-sectional areaFlattened
Application in carpet weavingFoundation and Pile

Cotton is a plant that its boll used in spinning, textile weaving, and carpet weaving. Its ingredients are cuticle, cellulose, and protoplasm. The average diameter of cotton fibers is less than thirty microns and its average length is from three-eighths to two-and-a-half inches.