HIGHER PERFORMING, LOWER COST REPLACEMENT FOR RAINFOREST PLYWOOD AND FRP PANELS
The RV industry uses over 600M SFT of plywood per year, destroying rainforests in Indonesia, Malaysia and The Philippines. Prices of hardwood plywood are skyrocketing, quality is falling, and the industry is looking for a viable replacement. Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) panels are heavy and expensive.
Our panel products will also be a direct replacement for the rainforest plywood and FRP currently used in truck trailers, furniture, flooring systems and Hollywood movie sets.
INCA BioPanels are stronger, lighter, fire and moisture resistant in lengths up to 45 feet, enabling unibody construction of RV’s, consistent pricing, and a sustainable, domestic supply chain.
Genesis Products, INCA’s exclusive distributor, has facilitated a joint development agreement with Winnebago for our entire panel production capacity.
less carbon emissions
INCA BIOPANELS™ AS COMPARED
WITH CONVENTIONAL ALTERNATIVES
Our new partnership with INCA Renewtech further powers our ability to incorporate best-in-class materials…
"Our company has long awaited a composite panel product that can reduce vehicle weight, increase strength and safety, improve thermal and acoustic properties and reduce impact on the environment. Our new partnership with INCA Renewtech further powers our ability to incorporate best-in-class materials into our engineered solutions for our customers."
"We are interested in collaborating with INCA’s engineering team to develop products directly suitable for our industry. We are committed to continually improving the quality and environmental integrity of our Company and its products and believe that INCA could be a valuable partner and supplier in this regard."
Sr. VP, Enterprise Operations
Protects Rainforest Habitat and Species
Hemp Based Bio-composites Said to Slash Carbon Emissions and Offer Sustainable Alternative to Glass Fiber
Hemp-based Composites Gaining Traction in Various Sectors
Canadian startup INCA Renewable Technologies Inc. is continuing its push to develop and commercialize hemp-based biocomposites as a more sustainable option for applications ranging from vehicle components to boats and wind turbine blades. (UL …