High-density fibreboard made of renewable raw materials, suitable for free-form modelling

Scientists from Stuttgart University developed a flexible high-density fibreboard with slip-resistant and shock-absorbent properties. The fibreboard consists of 80 % to 90 % straw, a natural, annually renewable fibre and agricultural by-product. It can be produced free of formaldehyde and isocycanate, making it the ideal solution for various indoor applications and minimizing the health risks during the product's entire life cycle. In addition to being recyclable and compostable the new fibreboard is highly flexible and therefore suitable for designing free-form furniture and interior spaces.

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