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Fibrease® - A sustainable wood foam

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Imagine a sustainable foam material with similar usage areas as fossil-based polymer foams

Fibrease® by Stora Enso is a lightweight wood fiber-based foam material made from Nordic wood. It is resilient and has great damping and insulation capacity, whilst being recyclable in existing paper/board streams according to PTS assessment RH 021:2012. The material is designed to replace polymer foams in packaging solutions. It is a soft yet resilient material with a memory foam like behavior and it fits various types of conversion methods like sawing, die-cutting, waterjet cutting and laminating.

Key benefits

  • Recyclable in paper/board stream (according to PTS assessment RH 021:2012).

  • Significantly reduced CO2-emissions when replacing polymer foams

  • Made from FSC® / PEFC™-certified wood with a wood fiber content of at least 80%

  • Produced with an efficient dry-forming process, low energy and zero water consumption


  • Cushioning for transport packaging

  • Thermal insulation solutions

  • Packaging inserts

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Why Fibrease®?

Fibrease® is under development for commercial scale and will be available soon. For more information, please contact us.

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Fibrease wood foam for cushioning


For cushioning and void fill in transport packaging solutions as well as inserts in heavy-weight product transports. Developed to match existing polymer foams in damping performance.
Fibrease wood foam for insulation


For insulation purposes in meal kit deliveries, online grocery sales or medical shipments. Developed to match existing fossil-based solutions in insulation capacity.


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