Wood wool is one of the best products you can ever acquire. Talking of farming, talking of decoration, talking of engineering and on and on.

Even though wood wool had no specific name when the process was first patented, the earliest, a machine for manufacturing wood to be used as a substitute for curled hair in stuffing beds was patented in the U.S. in 1842.

This versatile product was used in the beginning of the 20th century as a raw material for producing wood wool panels in Europe, especially in Austria. By 1930, wood wool cement boards were being widely produced.

Wood wool has been since the 20th century in high demand by many industries. Construction firms use wool for many purposes. Notably among them are the Acoustic Panels. Acoustic panels provide an environment-friendly appeal while capturing noise. The recyclable material is made from wood wool, cement and water.

You can also be creative with wood wool. Wood wool is used by engineering and architectural firms for fashionable tiles and panel designs. Simply compacting these wood residues, wood wool is turned into panels which are widely used for construction. Tiles can be created in different textures, sizes and designs. It can also be dyed or painted into desirable colours to give it a better appeal. 

Who benefits from acoustic tiles? 

Students, churches and anyone who prefers sound-proof buildings benefit from wood wool acoustic tiles by providing a serene atmosphere.

Industries may also use wood wool to wrap delicate materials at an affordable cost.

As time goes by, wood wool continues to be the preferred material for industries.