Ergonomic looms are designed to maximize productivity and reduce weaver fatigue and discomfort by taking into account the human body and physique. The weaver is seated on a turning chair and does need to climb to an elevated seat. This kind of loom uses roller beams which result in warp economy. The carpet does not need to be lowered from the loom and looms can be stored with ease due to their uniform dimensions.



Ergonomic design.

Higher quality of carpet production.

User-friendly design leads to better control and reduced fatigue.

The weaver does not sit on an elevated seat and faces no risk of fall or injury.

The use of roller beams eliminates risk of potential damage to the carpet while lowering.

Economy in warp consumption.


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