Q-1. What is Nature 50 Pellet made of?
It's made of Hemp Fiber 50%, PP46%, and PE WAX4%.
Q-2. What is the specialty of Nature 50 Pellet?
Molded product of Nature 50 pellet would be an FRP contains 50% of Hemp Fiber. It has about the same strength and 20% lighter than Glass Fiber.
Q-3. Is Nature 50 Pellet biodegradable?
Nature 50 Pellet can be recycled but since it's a compound with PP(synthetic plastic), it is not 100% biodegradable. By using renewable Hemp material, Nature 50 Pellet would contribute to the environmental aspect as a sustainable material.
Q-4. Do you need any special equipment for injection molding?
You can use a normal equipment to injection mold Nature 50 Pellet. However, since it contains very light natural fiber, there are some tips you need to know.Please contact us for detailed information about injection molding.


Q-5. What kind of natural Fibers are used for Naropour®、Narodur®、Naroplast®?
Natural Fibers such as Hemp, Flax, Kenaf, Jute, Cotton, etc. to be used to produce nonwoven according to customers' requirements.
Q-6. What kind of Systhetic Resins are mixed with Natural Fibers for Naroplast®?
Polypropylene PP, Polyester PES(including bicomponent fibers), Polyacrylonitrile PAN, Polyethylene PE, Polyamide PA, Viscose CV, Glass fibers GF
Q-7.  Which are the car models using the Polyvlies Natural Fiber nonwoven?
Mercedes-Benz S, C, A Class Mercedes-Maybach Volkswagen Touran, The Golf 7 and Golf Plus The new Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Club Sport BMW 5 Series BMW i3 (Electric Car)
Q-8.  Any other applications?
Naroplast® benefits not only apply to the automotive industry but of course to all other markets, such as e.g. the construction, shipbuilding or furniture industries.


Q-9. What is Bio-Glassfiber used for ArcBIox®?
Bioglass is a glass can be degrade into Minerals. Arctic Biomaterials BV. Has a technology to extract fibers from thebioglass. Arctiv Biomaterials is a winner og 2018 Biobased Material Awards.
Q-10. What are the application of ArcBiox®?。
ArcBiox® was originally developed for Medical usage but now its applications broadened into Industrial, home appliances, housewares, and many other fields.
Q-11. What are the ingredients of LATIGEA?
LATIGEA B01 L/07, made of PLA and wood fibers, has obtained the “OK Biobased” conformity mark by the international Vinçotte laboratory thanks to its 100% Biobased content – that is totally originated from renewable sources – due to the use of natural fillers such as wood fibers from sustainable forests (FSC certified wood).
Q-12. What are LATIGEA's current applications?
LATIGEA® was used to produce ball point pens by Swiss leading writing instrument manufacturr PRODIR. In Italy, LAPEDONA made an ice scraper out of LATIGEA®.

HBP® 3D Printing Filament

Q-13. What is HBP®?
HBP® is a composite made of PLA80% and Hemp Shive20%. Hemp Shive is grided into less than 200μ and compounded together with PLA.
Q-14. What are the features of the HBP® 3D Printing Filament?
Different from its competitors in the field (ABS and PLA) for the favorable weight / volume ratio and the best surface finish. HBP® 3D Printing Filament is also distinguished for greater adhesion and molecular-level cohesion between the layers of the material due to its particular composition . The surface finish of the products become more smooth than the one of other materials such as ABS and PLA. The color is brown (almost the same as wood), you can change the brightness of color by changing the extrusion temperature. In addition, due to its high adhesion between layers, great improvement in impact resistance, durability, durability, and printing accuracy are expected.