Feb 23, 2012

Non Food Items Made From Gluten

Particle Board Made From Wheat
Particle Board
The availability of wheatboard in North America has increased lately, and is used more and more in the display and design industry. The board is made of recycled wheat chaff, with an alternative isocyanate (MDI) binder that uses no formaldehyde, creating an EFB (emission-free board) soaring above industry standards for the highest grade of particle board.

Board Made From Wheat
Wheat Straw Board
Wheat and Straw Board has been developed as an alternative to particle board. Wheat/straw is ground into a fine powder, dried, bound with a resin and compressed into sheets. Where it can then be sanded and cut to the desired size.

Paper Made From Wheat
4A Paper
The principle raw material in our A4 paper (wheat straw), is the waste product of wheat harvesting combined with Bagasse, a fibrous matter that remains after sugarcane is processed. Both are agricultural residue and would otherwise have been left to rot in the field, both are perenial as opposed to five or six years for trees.

Paper Made From Wheat Pulp
Natures Paper
Now, more than ever, people are looking for alternative resources to replace those that are in short supply. Nature’s Paper now offer an alternative to the traditional method of paper manufacturing. Natures Paper is produced using wheat straw. Unlike traditional paper it contains no bleach using a salt and oxygenation process to whiten the paper. It is also low carbon due to the wheat husk being used to generate the electricity to produce the paper.

Paper Made From Wheat Straw Fibre
Bio Compostable Plates
Our plant fiber based products are now made from sugarcane (bagasse) and wheatstraw fiber. Sugarcane and wheatstraw are not only annually renewable resources, but can also be turned into products normally made from plastic or paper. Bagasse is the sugarcane fiber remaining after extraction of juice from sugarcane and the wheatstraw is the remaining plant material after the wheat grain and chaff have been extracted.

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