Non-toxic, breathable, carbon-negative

Hempcrete is a natural, energy efficient building and insulating product

Pricing - US$

(excludes freight and any applicable taxes and fees)

1 bag (15 kg) $23/bag
1 pallet (30 x 15 kg) $17/bag
40’ Container pricing (1000 x 15 kg) $7000

For bag/pallet or LCL please use our order form and we will introduce you to our US distributor for best pricing.

Please Note: there is a US$250 loading fee per container

E.I.N. or Federal Tax ID on the invoice is required for all orders into USA.

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Weights and Measures

1 x 15 kg bag of Hemp mixed with our lime binder will make ~5 cubic feet of ”Hempcrete”

Materials Estimate

A ton of Hempcrete is estimated to absorb and sequester an additional ~249 kg of CO2 over 100 years.

1 cubic meter (m3) = 35 cubic feet (f3)
1 cubic yard (y3) = 27 cubic feet (f3)
1 cubic meter (m3) = 35 cubic feet (f3)
1 Kilogram = 2.2 pounds
1 Metic Ton = 1000 Kilos or 2200 pounds

Typical Insulation Values

R-value (US) = RSI × 5.678263337
RSI (SI) = R-value × 0.1761101838

Construction costs may be reduced by:

  • Shallower foundations
  • 30-40% less lumber, labor in framing
  • Lower transport costs of materials to site
  • Lower finish costs
  • Discounted Insurance costs
  • Reduced mechanical (HVAC) requirements
  • NO termite fumigation needed after build

Typical Hemp Hurd (Shiv) Composition

Cellulose: 44 - 55%
Hemicelluloses: 16 - 18%
Lignin: 4 - 28%
Extractive Substances: 4 - 18%
Other Substances: 6 - 7%

Why we Like Hemp+Lime (48kb)
Optimized Energy Model Specifications (56kb)
Hempcrete Tri-Fold (2.9mb)
Materials Estimate (73kb)
Information Paper from Bath University (373kb)
Hurd Specifications (57kb)
Thermal Mass (41kb)

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Sample HempCrete block kits available now. Make your own block and see for yourself how easy it is. $50 plus shipping

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Hemp Technologies assumes no liability from those who decide to mix and use DIY “Hempcrete” binders. Customers should consult local building permitting offices and/or use a licensed general contractor, architect, and/or engineer for all construction projects."