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HEMPY US Textile & Thread  Production

Natural hemp thread is an environmentally friendly and long-lasting alternative to synthetic threads. It is naturally strong and, for that reason, popular among jewelry makers for breading, knitting and weaving uses. Hemp fibers are strong and have been used to make ropes and sales for thousands of years! Hemp has been also widely used for canvas production.


For centuries, hemp fiber has been used to produce a variety of items such as ropes, fabrics and industrial materials. Historically, hemp was widely used to manufacture canvas. 

Pure hemp has a texture similar to flax. Its versatility allows manufacturers to use hemp to produce many consumer products, including clothing, footwear, accessories, dog collars and home goods.

Fabric made of hemp retains many valuable properties. Hemp fabric is hypoallergenic and, due to porous structure of hemp fibers, can absorb moisture of up to 500% of its own weight. This ensures both high fabric breathability and thermoregulating properties: hemp shoes keep feet warm in winter and cool during summer. 

Military suits made of hemp fabric can’t be recognized by thermal imaging infrared cameras and therefore keep a soldier safe!

Wide adoption of hemp textiles can eliminate the use of pesticides.


HEMPY UA Pulp Production

Hemp paper is a type of paper that is exclusively or largely made of industrial hemp fiber. Using hemp fiber for paper production has many benefits:

  • One hectare of planted hemp is needed to produce the same amount of paper that would have otherwise require 4 hectares of planned trees. 

  • Hemp can be re-used 8 times for paper production while wood can be only re-used 3 times

  • Hemp plan matures and is ready for processing in 4 months after planting, while a tree takes 20 to 50 years to mature

  • Because hemp can be bleached using hydrogen peroxide, hemp paper production does not require as much bleach or toxic chemicals as wood pulp production does. 


This means that increased use of hemp in paper manufacturing can significantly reduce ground water dioxin and chlorine pollution, a problem largely caused by traditional paper manufacturing industry that relies on wood. Hemp yields three to four time more of productive fiber per hectare yearly compared to wood and does not require pesticides or herbicides. Hemp paper can be recycled up to 8 times. It is one of the strongest types of fibers in the world – another reason for durability and sustainability of it’s by-products. 

However, due to underdeveloped infrastructure, costs of hemp paper manufacturing are 4 times higher than those of tradition paper manufacturing 

HEMPY UA production of fire-reinforced concrete, construction mixtures and eco-buildings

In construction, hemp products can be quite widely represented as a basis for creating foundation, wall and roofing technologies, as insulating and insulating materials of various functional purposes, as fillers for construction products, etc.


The properties of hemp allow them to be used effectively for sound, vapor and heat insulation materials, which creates a special microclimate in the room, suppressing pathogenic microorganisms, fungi and bacteria, and at the same time having a beneficial effect on the human body. Low cost and the possibility of complete disposal without harming the environment give additional advantages to hemp-based materials.


Aerated concrete or hemp concrete is a material that has every chance to revolutionize world construction, because it is a renewable resource. Aerated concrete shows high insulation and heat accumulation capabilities, has vapor permeability, is non-combustible, and after the demolition of the building can be used as fertilizer.


Houses built from hemp concrete are warm, durable and safe for the environment. Construction in an ecological way is becoming a common phenomenon not only among developers of office premises that apply world certificates such as LEED or BREEAM, but also among private individuals who are thinking about building a residence or vacation home. 

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HEMPY UA production of fuel pellets

In terms of their calorific value, briquettes and pellets from hemp seeds occupy an intermediate place between coal and wood. Hemp stem has a high calorific value, which is somewhat inferior to coal, but exceeds similar indicators for soft wood species and peat.

In addition, unlike traditional types of fuel, hemp is a rapidly renewable raw material: from 1 hectare, it produces significantly more wood than forest species in one year. 


It is not necessary to use special equipment and technologies for its production and processing. General-purpose machines without auxiliary technological operations are sufficient.

The use of hemp stems for energy purposes is a promising direction for the use of this plant, since there is an opportunity to use both the whole stem and its parts for fuel, taking into account the processing products.


Data analysis points to the advantages of using hemp raw materials as an energy fuel, since the main part of it is organic substances, which minimally pollute the environment compared to mineral and other types of fuel.

HEMPY UA production
furniture boards and components

Hemp is a great alternative to wood because it can be used to make stronger composite materials for construction. It can also be an alternative material for wood chips or even low-quality lumber.

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HEMPY UA bioplastic production

Bioplastic is an environmentally friendly type of plastic made from biodegradable materials – hemp plant cellulose. Hemp-derived plastic can be made out of hemp leaves, seed husks and plans stems, that are often considered byproducts. 

Benefits of hemp plastic:

  • Hemp plastic takes 3 to 6 month to decompose

  • It is a renewable resource – hemp plant grows quickly and easily, matures in 4 months and can be grown on different types of soils.

  • Hemp plastic is strong and durable while light and flexible at the same time

  • Hemp plants do not contain dangerous toxins

  • Hemp plant is knows for high carbon absorbing properties

HEMPY UA food production

Hemp is a superfood, loaded with vitamin C, calcium, iron, zinc and magnesium. Hemp seeds are high in protein and fiber, contain significant amounts of vitamins, Omega-3, minerals and two fatty acids that can’t be found anywhere else. Peeled hemp seeds serve as food for human consumption while unprocessed seeds are used to feed animals. Hemp-fed animals do not need to be treated with hormones.

Hemp seeds can be consumed raw, ground into flour or dried sprouts powder and processed to make slurry for baking or drinks like hemp milk and tisanes. Hemp oil is extracted using cold pressing method and has high content of unsaturated fatty acids.

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