Bulk Pack of 12 Emergency Relief Wool Blankets
Bulk Wholesale Case pack of 12 large wool blankets for emergency relief , humanitarian aid, or disaster preparedness. Stock up your closet today for just $11 per blanket. Worth their weight in gold AFTER a disaster.
This a low cost, convenient way to get bulk blankets. You can buy several dozen using this method.
If your needs call for more than 672 blankets, contact our offices during business hours and ask for extension 151. In 672 blanket increments, We offer palletized loads and ship by truck. Per blanket costs drop when you purchase a pallet load. Landed costs (to your doorstep) per blanket in a pallet load will vary from $8.50 on the West coast, to $9 on the East Coast. Please allow 2-4 weeks for deliver of pallet loads.
Weighing in at a hefty 2 1/4 lbs each and measuring 80"L x 62"W, this warm, durable blanket retards fire and heat, yet offers warmth. Ideal for covering shock victims or rescue personnel needing a warm, comfortable retreat. Wool retains most of its warming ability even when wet.
Blend: 30% wool 70% synthetic. Synthetic fibers give structure and prevent major shrinkage.
Why use wool for emergency disaster relief blankets ?
• Wool has built-in climate control. Wool is a natural insulator to keep you warm in winter and naturally breathable to keep you cool in summer. Wool fiber helps to keep your body at the optimal temperature zone for comfort and rest. Wool buffers the extreme cold or hot air on the outside, keeping your body in that comfort zone .
• Wool is a naturally absorbent fiber. Wool fiber is the original wicking fiber. Its coil-like shape pulls excess heat and moisture from your skin while you sleep. Wool fabrics can absorb up to 30% of their weight without feeling heavy or damp. Cotton fabrics begin to feel damp after 15%.
•Natural mildew and mold resistance. Wool's natural resistance to mildews and molds comes from the way it repels moisture, and lets moisture pass through its fibers without holding the moisture. Mildews and molds require moisture to live and grow.
•Perfect insulator. Wool is warm in winter and cool in the summer because of its hydrophilic ability to wick away excess moisture. In the winter, wool removes moisture from the skin to keep the wearer feeling warm and dry and wool’s insulating qualities trap dry air and warmth near the skin.
•Water repellent. Tiny overlapping scales encase the wool fiber like tiles on a roof. This allows wool to repel rain, snow and liquid spills with ease.
•Wool is durable. Laboratory tests have shown that wool fibers resist tearing and can bend back on themselves more than 20,000 times without breaking. Cotton breaks after 3,200 bends, silk fibers break after 1,800 bends, and rayon fibers break after just 75 bends.
•Fire retardant. Wool has natural fire-retardant properties. It can resist flame without the chemical treatment involved in fireproofing. Synthetic fleece is oil based, ignites easily, burns fiercely and melts. If your synthetic fleece is fire proofed, then you have the fire proofing chemicals next to your skin.
•Resists static, dirt and dust. Wool fabric doesn't collect much static because of its absorbent fibers. Static attracts lint, dirt, and dust. Wool fabrics also clean easily because dirt sits on the surface of the fiber.
•Renewable and Sustainable. Wool is a renewable resource that can be shorn from sheep annually. It is biodegradable and kinder to the environment than oil-based synthetics, which contribute to global pollution. Wool is sustainable.
Easy to purchase and store, offers cheap insurance and peace of mind.