This project has received funding from the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 720736

Bio-based Industries

Why HyperBioCoat?


Lacquers with inorganically or organically functionalised biopolymers mainly from lignocellulosic biomass.



Automated coating methodology on free form surfaces using robotic arm with spray nozzle on the end.



High biodegradability and better LCA features due to use of biomass extracted material
(biodegradable content will not need to be landfilled and / or


Barrier properties

High barrier performances.
Excellent barrier against water vapour, oxygen or flavours.
OTR: < 1 cm3/(m2·d·bar) @ 23ºC & 50% RH
WVTR: < 1 g/(m2·d) @ 23ºC & 85% RH

Barrier properties

Advantages of our coating

Cost reductions

10% cost reduction

By utilising side-streams of existing commercial processes supports cost-competitiveness.

Less emissions

20% CO2 less emissions

By replacing fossil-based precursor materials with biobased starting materials, it can be estimated that the CO2 emissions will be reduced at least by 20 % for bioORMOCER®s as compared to purely fossil-based.


Food tray

Food tray

Flexible retail food packaging, where shelf life product will be increased.

Food tray


Symmetric bottle with screw cap. Made of fiber-reinforced wax.

Food tray


Flexible tray for medical needle parts.


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