HempWood® is the best alternative to wood

With HempWood, you make a conscious choice for a sustainable product. Not only is HempWood the best alternative to wood, produced in an environmentally conscious and sustainable manner, but it can also be processed and worked with just like wood. Additionally, it doesn’t warp and is 20% stronger than oak wood.

HempWood is made from the hemp plant. The hemp plant absorbs the most CO2 of all crops in the world. Because hemp grows in only about 5 months instead of decades, it is a suitable raw material for wood applications without the drawbacks.

Applications

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Our products

Floors

HempWood® floors not only boast impressive durability but are also environmentally friendly. Additionally, the floors are safe for our consumers with ultra-low VOCs (volatile organic compounds), thanks to our soy-based adhesive.

HempWood® floors are offered in three options: site-finished, Natural, and our Custom Color Collection.

Site-finished HempWood® floors allow for customization of any color, and site-finishing is the perfect option to save costs and tailor your HempWood® floors to your style. Our Natural option utilizes Bona® coatings and is ready for use.

Product specifications

  • 16 x 130 x 1830 millimeters for all finishes.

Prices

HempWood Natural floor € 129,50 per M²

All prices are incl. 21% VAT.

Blocks

HempWood® Blocks are a suitable alternative to traditional solid wood, including oak wood. Additionally, our beamwood can undergo the same woodworking processes as wood, namely: cutting, planing, milling, turning, gluing, drilling, and screwing. Some product applications of HempWood® include: benches, shelves, cutting boards, moldings, dressers, tables, and more!

Product specifications

  • 140 x 140 x 1830 millimeter

Prices

140 x 140 x 1830 mm€ 259,50

All prices are incl. 21% VAT.

Lumber

HempWood boards are a sustainable alternative to traditional woods such as oak. Applications include benches, cabinets, tables, and much more.

Product specifications

  • 5 x 130 x 1830 millimeter
  • 18 x 130 x 1830 millimeter
  • 25 x 130 x 1830 millimeter
  • 50 x 130 x 1830 millimeter

Prices

25 x 130 x 1830 mm€ 49,50
50 x 130 x 1830 mm€ 79,50

All prices are incl. 21% VAT.

Plates

HempWood sheet material is made from our timber, which is sawn and glued together in strips side by side on a plywood substrate. The glue is made from soy-based adhesive and is virtually free of VOCs (volatile organic compounds). The only available thickness is 16mm.

Product specifications

  • 16 x 250 x 1220 millimeter
  • 16 x 1220 x 1220 millimeter
  • 16 x 1220 x 2440 millimeter

Prices

16 x 250 x 1220 mm€ 37,50
16 x 1220 x 1220 mm€ 189,50
16 x 1220 x 2440 mm€ 389,50

All prices are incl. 21% VAT.

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About Hennep

Named “the plant with 50,000 applications,” that’s what hemp has within itself and can contribute to a better environment for humanity, among other things. The hemp plant is the strongest fiber in nature. Out of all crops and tree species, the hemp plant absorbs the most CO2, over 2.5 times more than a tree. Due to its significant CO2 absorption, the plant also releases the most oxygen through photosynthesis.

Other crops cultivated in adjacent plots benefit from the abundant presence of this surplus oxygen. Where hemp grows, it releases essential nutrients into the soil. When a different crop is sown on the plot the following year, it benefits from these nutrients, often eliminating the need for additional fertilization. Hemp cultivates the soil while also removing harmful components from it. Additionally, hemp is grown without the use of pesticides and insecticides.

In short, a hemp plant extracts harmful components from the soil and replaces them with beneficial nutrients. When it comes to hemp crops grown on agricultural land, we refer to it as industrial hemp, which is cultivated with minimal use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides, greatly benefiting biodiversity.

Hemp is on the rise worldwide, after being nearly eradicated in the 1950s. Its resurgence is unstoppable, and now many individuals and companies are focusing on the potential this plant offers and the products that can be developed from it.