BIODEGRADABLE PLANT-BASED RUBBER
(CLOSED CELL FOAM RUBBER)
Made from FSC RUBBER COMPOUND.
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BIODEGRADABLE PLANT-BASED RUBBER (CLOSED CELL FOAM RUBBER)

Made from FSC RUBBER COMPOUND.

 

Less than 1% of the worlds rubber supply currently comes from FSC certified sources and this is a natural low environmental impact alternative to synthetic rubber that is  a 100% eco friendly natural rubber harvested from rubber trees.

 

Closed cell foam is produced with purified FSC rubber compound.
Fabric comes in sheet’s size: approximately 120cm x 210cm +/- 5%. 
 

There is a sheet thickness ranging from 1.5mm to 3mm

The Sample's sheet’s thickness is 1.5mm - this thickness is referred to foam only, tolerance +/-0.5mm

 

Fabric is good for swimwear, rashies, wetsuit jackets, yoga mats, etc. Perfect to replace standard neoprene foams on sustainable projects.

DETAILS
Sheets are laminated on one face or on both faces with jersey made from thin recycled polyester rPET.

Lamination glue is water based (AquaAlfa)

Large range of jerseys and large range of colours.

Lead time is approximately 8 weeks

Minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 20 sheets per item


ORDER VIA 20 sheets or EXPRESSION OF INTEREST.
Minimum orders of sheets is 20 therefore order options are:

1. place a full order of 20 sheets for sampling
or

2. Place and Expression of Interest to order 1 sheet for Sapling.  When we reach the 20 sheet minimum we will send you an invoice and place a combined order for sampling.  

WETSUIT VEST.

Can be done like this with the combination of Yulex Pure and rPET printed layer adhesed to the rubber however this product uses 15% synthetic rubber which we do not need to and use 100% biodegradable FSC rubber.

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WHAT IS YULEX?

Yulex biodegradable plant rubber is made from Guayule (Parthenium argentatum). This material is designed to replace traditional tropical- or petroleum-based rubber in consumer, industrial, and medical products, with the residual agricultural materials utilized as a feedstock for bioenergy.