nature2need durable bio-compounds are a line of durable polymers significantly blended with natural fibers (e.g., bamboo), with 2nd/3rd generation biomass (e.g., rice husk) and with functional, advanced natural minerals. They constitute permanent carbon sinks.
nature2need durable bio-compounds are delivered as pellets suitable for standard polymer injection & extrusion molding processes. All grades are ready-to-use feedstock. To suite different industry and product needs, we commercialized grades with varying mechanical, thermal and processing properties. Based on specific needs, we can always tailor and customize our material grades to your requirements.
nature2need's durable bio-compounds are "Made to Endure".
Spectadur/r-Spectadur grades are significantly blended with natural fibers (e.g., bamboo), agricultural residues (e.g., coffee husk, rice husk), green community waste & forestry residues (e.g., wooden saw dust), food processing waste (e.g., spent coffee grains, spent beer grains, egg shells) or natural industrial waste - 2nd/3rd generation biomass. Our biomass is processed without energy & water intensive processes. The storage of biomass in consumer products represents a more permanent removal of CO2 from the atmosphere.
3 lines of durable bio-compounds, up to 45 weight-% biomass, endless options of biomass blends, sustainable, performant, best-in-class, durable, beautiful, colorful if you want to!
Spectadur grades are durable compounds significantly blended with 2nd/3rd generation bio-mass. The host matrix system is an advanced LD/HD-PE or PP blend. Spectadur grades are available as feedstock for injection and extrusion molding processes.
mC / ppC
molded Ceramics (mC) / Clay (ppC) grades are blends of advanced clays and ceramics embedded into en-hanced polymer matrix systems. The host matrix system is a PP blend. mC grades are available as feedstock for injection and extrusion molding processes.
r-mC / r-ppC
nature2need Spectadur and mC / ppC grades are also available with a recycled / reclaimed content of at least 50%. The recycled / reclaimed content comes from well controlled sources (post-industrial use).