Fiber hemp is a rapidly renewable natural resource. Specialists allocate cannabis with the most ecologically beneficial plants in the world. Fibrous cannabis resumes growth every season and is therefore extremely environmentally friendly. In just 100 days, this type of cannabis can grow four meters high, allowing obtaining raw materials for the construction of a 100-square-meter house from just 1 hectare of field with this plant. These plants are like a counterweight to global warming – fiber cannabis traps the atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) while growing. The amount of fiber hemp used to create 1 square meter of hemp bio-composite binds up to 30 kg of CO2 to the bio-composite, and when you build 1 square meter of walls with traditional construction materials – it is the other way around, and up 100 kg of carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere.

Atmospheric air consists of 20% oxygen (O2), 79% nitrogen (N2) and 1% of various gaseous substances. One such substance is carbon dioxide CO2. In clean air, at the forest at the seashore, the CO2 concentration is 350-400 ppm (0.035-0.04%). When CO2 concentration in the air exceeds 600 ppm (0.06%), a regular person starts feeling discomfort, which is resulting in the feeling of insufficient air for breathing, head dizziness and pain.


The house is being built according to the monolithic technology principle - the bio-composite is poured into formwork, which, together with the frame (carcass) of the house, gives the building its proper form and ensures the integrity of the walls. This allows avoiding joining seams, cold transfer bridges and heat loss. This method allows you to use complicated forms during construction.

The heat resistance coefficient of bio-composite walls is λ = 0,06 W / mK. Due to the integral design and high bio-composite thermal resistance coefficient, as well as its high inertness (heat absorbed first and then slowly released), the energy demand for heating or cooling the building is low, allowing you to save money while contributing to the conservation of nature.

One of the components of the mixture – lime, executes a very important function of increasing the alkali content in the air (binding of acidic carbon dioxide (CO2), hydrogen (H2) ions and thereby optimizing the air). Lime has been used since ancient times, and this material has been tested by ages of use. Lime perfectly disinfects the air, bind various materials, absorbs CO2, and is thus widely used not only in construction but also in other areas of expertise.

Due to the high vapor permeability indicator μ = 5.48 hemp bio-composite optimizes indoor humidity. Hemp absorbs moisture and creates a breathing wall effect, which ensures equal humidity in different rooms, a natural moisture balance and a healthy microclimate in the house.

Hemp scutch and the mineral substances used to bind it are almost non-flammable and extremely durable. The fire safety test conducted in France by the CSTB with a 300 mm thick hemp bio-composite wall showed that the hemp bio-composite wall remained unchanged for 1 hour and 40 minutes. Thus, the hemp bio-composite complies with the requirements of A1 class of fire resistance.

The fine nature of hemp bio-composite allows it to have low sound permeability. Most tests have showed that hemp bio-composite suppresses up to 90% of noise.