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Hemp Fiber

Hemp is one of the earth’s longest and strongest fibers. It is resistant to weather, mold, salt, and sunlight, making it incredibly durable and versatile. Its also has a minimal environmental footprint by utilizing sustainable feedstock from the Canadian Prairies


Eco footprint

Hemp creates one of the most eco friendly fibers
in the world. Hemp uses less pesticides, controls erosion of the topsoil, and produces oxygen. It is a renewable resource that sequesters C02 while being cultivated in as little as 60 days.

Strong Fiber

Hemps’ tensile strength is eight times that of cotton fiber which accounts for its historical use in sails and rope for the British and American Navies

Versatile & Lightweight

Effective replacement for glass fiber and lighter than most other fibers.

Customizable & Reliable

Can be customized to meet a variety of specifications and different manufacturing
systems. Consistent quality and availability of supply is

What can Hemp be used for?


Hemp fiber can be used to produce mineral based composites, similar to polypropylene or glass fiber. The blending materials range from thermoplastics to thermoset products. Injection molding technology allows hemp fiber to be used in more complex shapes, and is gaining ground as a reinforcing material. Air-lay, thermal bonding, and needle punch are processes suitable for hemp fiber to make a wide range of products

Pulp and Paper

Hemp’s long bast fibers are ideal for high quality pulp. Due to its tensile strength, it is well suited for high end specialized paper products ranging from currency paper, cigarette paper packaging or specialty filters.

Core and whole stalk can also be used to make lower end paper products.

Building Material

Hemp fibers can be used for a wide range of products from insulation to boards to blocks. The fibers strength, and flexibility allow for great performance and environment health. Its hygroscopic properties help regulate humidity, offsetting condensation risk. it’s naturally resistant to mould growth and insect attack and can have outstanding fire resistance. Hemp building materials also trap CO2 (carbon dioxide), making their use very attractive from a sustainability perspective.


Well-crafted hemp textiles are durable, breathable as well as being mildew-resistant and hypoallergenic. They are resilient and longer lasting than cotton garments and do not lose shape as easily.

In addition, hemp fabrics kill bacteria, making them naturally antimicrobial. But that is not all, strong thermal qualities give the best heat capacity ratio compared to all other fibers, meaning they keep the wearer cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Hemp yarn is smooth, consistent and very strong. Its softness makes it both easy to work with and very comfortable.

"Cottonized" Hemp Fiber is as soft as cotton while retaining hemp’s positive characteristics and is perfect for blending with many other fibers and can be spun on cotton spinning machines


Some of the very first ropes ever made were twisted from hemp fibers. Hemp rope was used during the age of sailing ships as part of the sails rigging and anchor cord. It is one of the strongest natural ropes in the world. The use of hemp ropes for hunting, puling, fastening, attaching, carrying, lifting and climbing dates back to prehistoric times.