Beleaf

Beleaf

Beleaf

Fibers from banana plants.

The veneer and wood-based panels of the banana plant fibers after extensive tests were very durable. The banana plant contains naturally very sticky resin that glues all artificial unnecessary.

By processing the Beleaf fiber products, we can make a wide range of veneer and fibreboard proposals developed in a sustainable manner in full synergy with the natural resources from increasingly scarce Australian forests and taking advantage of a fully recyclable and environmentally responsible resource. This innovative process calls a halt to the massive exploitation of our forests, given the coming years or decades, the supply will continue to grow strongly.

The Beleaf veneer allows great flexibility in design and appearance to. It is aesthetically appealing and highly functional. Another fundamental aspect of Beleaf range is the high natural resistance to fire and water that is obtained through a patented process that the intrinsic cellular structure of vegetable preserves.

The banana plants grow in very moist soil and are natural, water-repellent properties. In addition, a protective substance in the plant around the fibers that veneer fire retardant and resistant to ultraviolet radiation does.

In short, this production has a positive impact on the environment and the health of our planet, namely:

- Reduction of CO2 emissions.
- Recycling of vegetable waste from another industry.
- No expansion of banana plantations.
- Product is available immediately and guarantees farmers an optimal production.
- The user contributes to the protection of nature through a conscious and
  deliberate choice Beleaf products.
- Low energy consumption required for production. 
 

 

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