New material inspired by nature
The last 100 years we have developed better and more effective functional chemicals and synthetic materials. Unfortunately, we did not always know the consequences that these substances and materials had on the environment. In many cases, the chemicals and materials have proven to be both poisonous for humans and hard to degrade.
OrganoClick are currently working intensively to reduce the use of poisonous chemicals and harmful materials by developing new functional materials with nature as inspiration. By modification of cellulose fibers, new materials materials are being developed with functions such as water repellence, improved mechanical properties, fire resistance and resistance to fungal decay..
Mårten Hellberg CEO
One of the challenges for the future is to design and produce sustainable materials with respect to long life time and recyclability. OrganoClick offers a solution that can protect and prolong the use of materials in different ways. Wood, textiles and cardboard are protected from water, fire and other external impact using the substance from OrganoClick. Thus, an environmentally adapted alternative can replace many of the present hazardous chemicals.
Cleantech Inn Sweden, 29 March 2011
2015.02.11 OrganoClick AB raises gross SEK 75 million in new equity and applies for listing on Nasdaq First North
Cleantech company OrganoClick AB raises gross SEK 75 million in new equity and intends to list its shares on Nasdaq First North with first day of trading expected on 16 February 2015. The capital will be used to scale up the companies sales and marketing activities for its green chemical and material technologies. On 9 […]
2014.04.05 OrganoWood Winner of Nordbyggs Gold Medal
OrganoWood-modified wood won Nordbyggs Gold medal for the “hottest new material of the year”. Nordbygg is Scandinavias largest building fair for for building professionals such as architects, cosntruction companies and property owners. The 10 nominated materials had been selected by a jury from a list of more than 200 new materials. The final decision was […]
2014.01.27 Organotex Now To Be Produced On The Asian Market
The majority of water-repellent functional textiles produced today contain harmful chemicals, such as fluorocarbons. One such example is PFOA, a chemical that disrupts hormones and that is essentially non-biodegradable. As an alternative, the cleantech company OrganoClick and the textile manufacturer Chang-Ho Fibre have entered a collaboration to provide fluorocarbon-free water-repellent functional fabrics on the Asian […]
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