biofibres

biofibres

or

biofibers

pl n
(Biology) vegetable, animal, or mineral fibres existing in nature which are used by man
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Dubbed the Prairie Agricultural Fibre Characterization Industrial Technology (FibreCITY) initiative, this facility includes equipment such as a pilot scale decortication (fibre separation) line and material sectioning equipment for processing and preparing samples of biofibres and biocomposites, along with various analytical instruments for mechanical and chemical property evaluation and high magnification imaging.
Biofibres, biodegradable polymers and biocomposites: An overview, Macromol.
The bioresins, biofibres and biocomposites will be made from Canadian non-food biomass (such as wood, lignin, grain husks, flax and hemp stems) and these will be rendered manufacturers sustainable and durable green products to use in next-generation automobiles and building materials.
Life cycle assessment of biofibres replacing glass fibres as reinforcement in plastics.
2000) Biofibres, biodegradable polymers and composites: An overview.
The crops are then taken by the BioFibres processing plant in Caernarfon and turned into bio-degradable mulch matting or hanging basket liners.
Long Biofibres & Engineered Pulps for High Performance Bioplastics & Biocomposites
Biofibres and biocomposities In: Carbohidrates polimers 71 343-364.