Manufacturing


At ICC, only fine Bikaner and New Zealand blended with Indian wool is used to give the carpet luster and avoid shedding.

 

ICC has an in house dyeing plant with a capacity of 500kgs per day. This ensures accurate color matching and quick deliveries. The dye house allows both large lots of dying as well as small dye lots for custom rugs.

ICC has its handloom production in Panipat with over 20 looms for making both broadloom rolls and rugs. ICC has been a pioneer in handloom design innovation with various textures, designs and finishes incorporated in the rugs.

  

Machine gun tufting was introduced into India by ICC. Today, most of our tufted carpets are made using electric guns for achieving a fast delivery time and standard quality. Intricate designs are made using hand operated mechanical guns to achieve accuracy and maintain the character of the design.

  

ICC uses only synthetic latex for odour free backing, adhesion and flex. ICC ICC also has a drying chamber for machine drying or boradloom rolls upto 4m wide and 25m in length . This ensures that there are no untoward delays on account of adverse weather conditions as well as proper curing of latex.