The bast layer of the hemp stalk consists of very strong fibers, they have the traditional name - hemp fibers. Due to its outstanding mechanical properties, hemp fiber has been used for centuries to make ropes, ropes, and canvas. Due to the high yield of hemp fiber in its production, in the 1990s, a lot of research was carried out, funded by the European Commission and the EU Member States, to identify new areas of use. One of the main parameters of hemp fiber is the pointedness, or concentration, of bonfire particles in the fibers of the bonfire. Depending on the content of the bonfire in the fiber (a sharpness of two to twenty percent), the price and scope of the fibers can vary significantly. Currently, hemp fiber is used as the basis for biocomposite and biopolymer materials. This is a dynamically developing and maximally responsible area for the use of fibers, which currently accounts for about 15% of the market. In recent years, the EU countries have doubled the output of biopolymers with better mechanical properties, comparable price and longer life compared to synthetic analogues. During disposal, due to the content of 30 to 80% of natural fibers, they pollute the atmosphere to a lesser extent by processed products, including carbon dioxide. And when burned, the resulting carbon is partially accumulated by plants.
Packaged in bales tied with steel wire.
Bale size: 50 × 50 × 120 cm.
The weight of the bale is 100 kg.
Elementary fiber length: 100-600 mm.
Extruded fiber. The compression ratio is 3.
The price is per kilogram.