Kirei Board is manufactured from reclaimed agricultural fiber from the sorghum plant grown around the world for food. The stalks of this plant are usually burned or thrown into landfills after harvest. By using them in the production of Kirei Board this material is removed from the waste stream, reducing landfill need and air pollution, while giving rural farmers a new source of revenue from a previously unused waste material. Minimal amounts of wood are used as bonding strips, greatly reducing the need for newly harvested wood for building.
Kirei Board is a composite panel board manufactured from reclaimed stalks of the sorghum plant, poplar wood bonding layers and KR Bond, an adhesive that emits no formaldehyde. Strong, lightweight and environmentally friendly, Kirei Board has been in use for wall covering, cabinetry, furniture, flooring and other decorative and finished products since 1995.
Kirei Board is used for all interior architectural millwork applications, including:
- Wall Covering
- Cabinet doors
- Retail Displays