The raw materials necessary for the production cycle are composed of two main groups: fabrics for coating and coagulation, and polyurethane chemical components. The fabrics are purchased raw, then treated according to the physical, mechanical, and aesthetic characteristics that the finished product must have. The fabrics used for the coagulation process, once covered with polyurethane resin, are the core
of the finished product. Generally footwear. The fabrics treated with coating are the reverse side of the final article; in this case, we are talking about leather or clothing articles. The processes that the fabrics undergo are chemical based, specifically polyurethane resins and granules studied ad hoc for each product that observe high level principles of style and quality.