Hemp fiber Hemp fiber is obtained by processing hemp stalks (trusts). It is a raw material for making hemp, from which yarn and threads are then spun and knotted ropes. In its raw form, hemp fiber can be used as a raw material for the production of paper and cardboard. Production of paper, pulp yarn, fabrics, ropes, cables, ropes, etc
Cellulose Cellulose is one of the most important natural polymers, the main component of the cell wall of higher plants. Industrial method pulp is produced by the method of boiling on the pulp mills, which are included in industrial complexes. Cellulose and its derivatives are widely used in many industries (textile, pulp and paper, artificial fibers, food, pharmaceutical, etc.)
Hemp oil Oil is obtained by cold pressing hemp seeds. pharmaceutical, cosmetology, food industry
Decking Tiled modules with a wooden surface that can be laid on a flat surface. A mixture of wood chips with a polymeric material. Construction material
Wood concrete Arbolite (from fr. Arbre "tree") is lightweight concrete based on cement binder, organic fillers (up to 50-60% of the volume) and chemical additives. Hemp hurds (flax) in our case is the filler (chips). Construction material
Feed The mixture of oil cake from the production of hemp oil with cellulose containing products, vitamins and trace elements for feeding animals and poultry. Agriculture — the cultivation of poultry, cattle and so on.
Wood flour, wood-polymer composite (WPC) Particles of crushed hemp fires and flax. 60-70% of the material. Thermoplastic polymer (polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene, polypropylene) 30-40% of the material. Decking, siding, fences, railings, timber, baluster, decorative fencing logs, corners
Freeze-dried garlic (garlic powder) Powder or granules obtained by sublimation of garlic. A large number contains essential oils, which give the garlic an appropriate smell and taste. Food pharmaceutical, cosmetology, industry