Robust ink roller coating.
The yellow-grey striped ink roller 1341 consists of ‘endless’ polyamide fibres. Those are also called filament and can have practically unlimited length. The bottom layer of the technical textile is called the carrier layer. The upper layer is the wear layer, also called pile. With our paint roller 1341, this pile has a particularly good stability, so they do not mat. The natural straightening of the fibres is extremely important for first-class colour absorption and controlled colour release. The velour guarantees a lint-free application of colour. The material has a high abrasion resistance and thus has a long life as a painter's roller.