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Richlite

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Richlite is an incredibly durable, versatile, and highly sustainable material made from resin-infused paper. Originally developed over 70 years ago for industrial tooling and pattern making, Richlite has expanded into a premium surface material used in the aerospace, marine, action sports, culinary, architecture, and design industries, and in machine shops and automotive manufacturing. Handmade from many layers of high quality custom craft paper, Richlite’s surface texture comes from the natural variation in the way fibers lay within the paper. Composed of approximately 65% FSC®-certified or recycled paper content and 35% phenolic resin, Richlite’s color comes from a combination of the paper and the amber tone of the resin.

A signature mottled appearance and warmth complement Richlite’s range of interior and exterior applications including furniture, cabinetry, cladding, skateparks, consumer products, signage, retail displays, restaurant tables, bar tops, and worktops, and for industrial use in die stock, silent gears, and foundry patterns. Dense and durable, yet easily tooled, pleasing to the eye, and with its smooth, natural aesthetic, Richlite has become a choice material for a wide range of architects, designers, industrial manufacturers and product developers. From guitar fret boards, culinary cutting surfaces, skateparks, mobile phone cases, industrial tooling molds, and router blocks, Richlite can be found in a wide range of products and industries.

For more details on Richlite and pricing, stop by our Leading Force Energy and Design Center showroom in Yakima.  Specializing in green materials, our integrated design team will work with you providing products and systems that are indeed, smart, healthier, and sustainable.  Leading Force Energy and Design Center is located in downtown Yakima Washington/Central Washington.  Leading Force Energy and Design Center, Healthy Homes For Life.

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ThermaCork Insulation

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ThermaCork insulation will drastically reduce energy consumption, and its energy saving qualities will last decades. This is due to cork's high insulating range, stability, and its reduction of thermal bridging.

ThermaCork is incredibly stable and can cope with major thermal variations, between (-) 292 degrees F to (+) 248 degrees F. It's hypoallergenic and free of all domestic toxins, all while preventing mold by its ability to "dry through" layers. It's high on the insulating range (R-4 per inch), reduces thermal bridging, and its thermal resistance does not decrease over time like man-made foam. It has excellent sound isolation, is dimensionally stable, and resistant to compression.

Cork harvesting is done by hand for two months a year – June and July – when a skilled cork harvester splits off the bark of a cork oak tree without damaging the rest of the tree. Each tree can live between 150 and 250 years, and is harvested every nine years – at least 15 times during its life.

To learn more about ThermaCork Insulation, stop by our Leading Force Energy and Design Center showroom in Yakima.  Specializing in green materials, our integrated design team will work with you providing products and systems that are indeed, smart, healthier, and sustainable.  Leading Force Energy and Design Center is located in downtown Yakima Washington/Central Washington.  Leading Force Energy and Design Center, Healthy Homes For Life.

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