Wool is described as a natural fiber made from the growth of hair from sheep. Mostly, this material is used for manufacturing of clothing as in shirts, sweaters, suits, sport coats, and dress pants.

See also:
"Wool" is in the NAICS Code "327993"
(Mineral Wool ManufacturingMineral wool products (e.g., board, insulation, tile) manufacturing)


"Wool" is in the CPC Code "21612"
Wool grease

"Wool" is in the HS Code "1505"
Wool Grease And Fatty Substances Derived Therefrom (Including Lanolin).

"Wool" is in the UNSPSC Code "11151508"
Wool fibers

Ref: 120844/2006-10-01


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Woolen (Woolen refers to a system of processing that ...)
Grease wool (Grease wool is a type of wool as it is shorn ...)
Raw wool (Raw wool refers to a grease wool in natural state ...)
Fleece wool (Fleece wool is identified as those fleeces that ...)
Combing (wool) (Combing (wool) is described as the process by ...)

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