Join Catalyst as she demonstrates both dry and wet mixing! The most essential first step in using this carbon beneficial building material.
The spraying kit includes: • a EUROMAIR TURBISOL 164/2 blowing machine • a EUROMAIR COMPACT-PRO 60 thermal spraying machine • a special EUROMAIR hemp & lime spraying lance Efficiency: (indicative values) • Hemp concrete: 6 m3/h • Lime-sand finishing (traditional mortar) • Spraying from 10 to 60 cm thick • Hemp/lime filler : 800 L/h
Join Catalyst as she details hempcrete installation!
This video deals with the topic of ecological building materials of the future. The aim in this comparison “hempcrete vs. concrete” is to promote climate neutrality and sustainability. In terms of content, the video shows the benefits of hemp concrete, which has been used far too little worldwide. It shows the benefits of hempcrete as well as the resources it could offer us in the future for our health and the environment. I also produced the music for this piece. The music here is orchestral and has musically contradicting properties. Since the topic of rethinking and switching from concrete to [More]
Global Hemp Group GBHPF has every piece in place to begin their billion $$ Hemp Home Community Showcase. The first public company building homes with self made Hemp construction products developed by their on R & D team. This is going to be a GIANT in ten years…and is a cheap penny stock right now.
This is an assignment about Hempcrete for CMGT 110 class Fall 2014.
Join us in the ihemp hour and meet Dave Crabill, Blain Becktold, and Mike Brennan Featuring Rachel Berry and Eric Mckee! 🔊 Rachel Berry is the founder and CEO of the Illinois Hemp Growers Association, a women-led benefit corporation and grassroots organization representing over 700 members. Rachel is a first-generation regenerative farmer raising poultry, growing heirloom vegetables, native medicinal plants, and industrial hemp with her family on their 13 acre homestead. Her work is dedicated to building the resources and relationships necessary to grow a sustainable and equitable Illinois hemp industry. 🔊 Eric Mckee is the Founder and CEO of [More]
Stephen Hill and Marjolein Meulblok introduce the Hempcrete project, an eco house and working the land using Permaculture principals. The project will be totally off grid. See our website for more information and how to support us.
The first hempcrete panel home in the United States and Meyer Construction Guild was part of it. Drone footage & A Cam footage provided courtesy of Lyfe Media Group. Timelapse courtesy of Best Side Story Media. Music- “Overland Blues” by Yoshida Brothers
After several years of development finally we created material that we are going to use for 3D printing homes out of hemp in California. That’s not just hemp+lime. This is a complex advanced material that does not shrink. After 2:30 hours of direct flame only 1″ (25mm) was burned. For direct request on printing fire-proof homes in California and Oregon or for investment contact Andrey Rudenko WhatsApp/Cell +19526882503
Hempcrete Root Cellar by Perennial Building. Sacred Skies Drone Cinematography in Central Oregon specializing in Real Estate, Construction, Farming, Weddings, Adventure, Festivals and more. Please contact Justin Novicky at 541-419-1865. Visit our web-page at
The hemplime roof insulation install was completed in March 2021. Laurent Goudet of AKTA BVP lead the installation with his machine, the Hydraulique 200. Brian assists him with the roof installation while Tom films with a drone.
A little presentation on how the carbon sequestation works with hempcrete
Welcome to the wonderful world of hempcrete. Bob Escher, architect and Jennifer Martin, builder provide an introduction to hempcrete for Designers and Builders. Bob and Jennifer are members of the US Hemp Building Association. Bob is the founding President and a current Board member. Jennifer serves as a New England Regional Leader. Recorded on Zoom / Powerpoint presentation.
The video describes the benefits of natural cement associated with hemp hurds through the keys stages of a floor insulation construction
We are happy to bring you another quality video going over hempcrete and how the wall can withstand bullets penetrating the interior of the building. Taylor Barretta decided to stress test a block of hemp block building material. The results are amazing! Hemp block is suitable for the construction of residential houses, the doubling of existing walls from the inside or from the outside, as well as industrial partitioning and apartments. It allows you to achieve low-energy, very low-energy and passive house standards. We would like to thank for providing this video if you would like to see more of [More]
Every Saturday morning 8:30-12:30 in Vista CA $40 Sign uo on Eventbrite – Hempcrete 101
Kako napraviti plastiku i beton od konoplje (hempcrete) ? Dali se bio plastika od konoplje može raditi sa postojećom tehnologijom?Što je to drvo od konoplje (hempwood)?O tim i sličnim pitanjima govori Marijo Franić koji se bavi izradom građevnih biomaterjala na bazi konoplje te kombinira znanje o starim zaboravljenim načinima gradnje-s novim tehnologijama a sve u smjeru netoksičnosti same gradnje -prestanka potrebe za eksploatacijom resursa zemlje primjenom biomaterjala-a on ih među prvima na ovim prostorima odlučuje konkretizirati.Stvari se pokreću s mjesta s ovakvim pojedincima kojih ima sve više. Pratite nas na facebooku : Više o BIOBLOK-u:
Hempcrete is a natural building material made of hemp, lime, and water. Hempcrete is lightweight, less brittle than concrete, doesn’t require expansion joints, and acts as a top-notch insulator. Hempcrete sample Buy hempcrete (raw material) — Hemp Hurds & Lime Binder *** A special thanks to Hempitecture and HempBuild for giving us permission to use their remarkable hempcrete photos. *** Joe Powers is the chairman of Hemp Writer, a modern-day cannabis media and communications holding company, a full-service cannabis advertising agency servicing clients across the United States and abroad. Follow Hemp Writer: 2nd YouTube: Instagram: Pinterest: [More]