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Are you looking for new sustainable material solutions?

By reducing your use of fossil based plastic we will
help reduce your CO2 emissions!

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LATEST NEWS

Going circular.
3D printed kayak made of FibraQ compound is recycled into a new 3D printed prototype

FibraQ pellets - renewable forrest resources as a commodity in the plastic industry
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Our modification technology opens up for the use of the great renewable forrest resource as a commodity in the plastic industry. 

Enabling creation of highly flowable biocomposites with good and customizable mechanical properties.

Saw handle made by sustainable plastic
Our sustainable solution

We offer an innovation in wood fibre bases plastic, giving brands within multiple sectors an opportunity to replace their fossil based plastic with a sustainable solution.

How it works?

According to customer requirements, FibraQ can be mixed with virgin/recycled plastics or other biopolymers. And can then be used for:

 

  • Injection molding

  • 3D-printing

  • Extrusion

  • Thermoforming

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Our range of plastic compounds
Check out our range of materials to find one that fit your needs!
3D printed Kayak

Biofiber Tech has been part of a Swedish project funded by Bioinnovation, being the first in the world to 3D-print a full-size kayak in one piece with a wood fibre and recycled plastic compound.

 

The kayak is made of recycled plastic that is reinforced with wood fiber from Swedish forests, our very own FibraQ®. The breakthrough opens up for a competitive production of more sustainable and circular products with our FibraQ 3D compounds.

Ab roller made by sustainable plastic
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a sustainable source
Great carbon sink

Growing trees act as a carbon sink. Absorbing more carbon dioxide

then they release.

As trees grow, they store about 1 ton of carbon dioxide per cubic meter of wood


Carbon negative material, cradle to gate.

Highly scalable

Large scale production is done using existing infrastructure at paper and wood fiber producers. 


Making sure we can have a stable, large scale quality production over time.

Locally grown

We use pine or spruce sourced from sustainably managed northern European forest.

  • FSC® and PEFC certified
     

Curious to know if our material
could help you reach your
sustainability goals?
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