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Our process makes high grade raw materials suitable for a vast variety of products. We are also able to create any grade of fiber you may need.


Rope and Twine

Hemp rope is known for it’s strength, durability, and resistance to the elements. Historically, hemp rope was the standard cordage used for ships sails and rigging and other general marine applications.

For many years, most ships sails and rope were made out of hemp. It is reported that Columbus sailed the seas with sails and rope made from hemp.


Textiles for Clothing

Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable of all natural textile fibers. Products made from hemp will outlast their competition by many years. Not only is hemp strong, but it also holds its shape, stretching less than any other natural fiber.

As a fabric, hemp provides all the warmth and softness of a natural textile but with a superior durability seldom found in other materials. Textiles made from hemp are extremely versatile and can be used for countless types of apparel, accessories, and shoes ranging from retail to boutique quality.


Paper Products

Hemp’s long bast fibers are ideal for pulping into high quality pulp. Due to their tensile strength, they are good for such high end specialized paper products ranging from tea bags, currency paper, cigarette papers or specialty filters.

Similar to textiles, hemp fibers can be used as blends with other pulp fibers such as wheat straw or flax or even recycled wood, in order to increase paper performance, strength and recyclability.


Fuel

It is important to note that Hemp can provide two types of fuel: Bio diesel made from the oil of the hemp seed, and hemp ethanol/methanol that is made from the fermented hemp stalk. Both alternative fuels are more environmentally friendly than traditional fuels used today.

Ethanol is made from such things as grains, sugars, starches, waste paper & forest products, and methanol is made from woody matter. through processes such as gasification, acid hydrolysis and enzymes. Hemp can be used to make both ethanol and methanol.


Bio Plastics

Plastics can be derived from plant cellulose, and since Hemp is the greatest cellulose producer on Earth (hemp hurds can be up to 85% cellulose), it only makes sense to make non-toxic, biodegradable plastic from hemp and other organics, instead of letting our dumps fill up with refuse.

Henry Ford used hemp-and-sisal cellulose plastic to build car doors and fenders in 1941. In a video Henry Ford demonstrated that his hemp cars were more resistant to blows from a sledgehammer than steel-bodied cars.


Fiberglass

Our recycled hemp cloth is a great replacement for traditional fiberglass cloth in most applications. It is easier to cut and has an increased strength from a non toxic material. Our fabric can be used in many fiberglass applications such as car parts, skies, and boats.

Henry Ford built a plastic car comprised 70% cellulose with 30% resin binder in 1941. He reportedly also used hemp as part of the material used to manufacturer the car. there is also a car that was manufactured as recently as 2010 out of Canada made from hemp called the Kestrel.


Concrete

Hempcrete is a mixture of hemp hurds and lime used as a material for construction and insulation. Hempcrete is easier to work with than traditional lime mixes and acts as an insulator and moisture regulator. It lacks the brittleness of concrete and consequently does not need expansion joints.

Concrete made from hemp is self-insulating, soundproof, non-toxic, pest-resistant, fire-resistant, and mold-resistant. Resulting in homes which are constant-humidity, ultra-durable, and use less electricity to heat and cool.


Particle Board

Long and short hemp fibers can be used to create a particle board that is lighter, 2 times stronger, and 3 times more elastic than MDF made from wood. When combined with phenolic resin, the composite material is also more fire and water resistant than traditional MDF.

Other characteristics of MDF made from hemp include: fungus and mold resistant, insect and pest resistant, strong and durable, moisture resistant, light weight, and serves as a thermal barrier to the elements.


Live Stock Bedding

100% natural, low dust, super absorbent, and bio-degradable properties, are just a few characteristic of hemp bedding. This makes it the perfect bedding material for live stock and a wide variety of pets.

Hemp's absorbency and material characteristics help trap ammonia and unwanted smells. Hemp is perfect for hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, hedgehogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, mice, rats, chickens, birds and other small animals, as well as live stock.

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