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KlipTech® enhances its popular EcoClad® sustainable cladding line with two new products

EcoClad XP sustainable claddingPuyallup, WA – KlipTech® today announced the addition of two new sustainable cladding products to its popular EcoClad® line, according to KlipTech president Joel Klippert.

EcoClad XP, the company’s top-of-the line cladding, is available in 600 different finishes, patterns and textures and comes with a 15-year UV warranty. It’s also available with a custom-printed face – called EcoClad XP Custom – of any image specified. EcoClad XP’s standard thickness is 7mm, but custom thicknesses of 3mm-30mm are available.

Also new to the line is the economically priced EcoClad Raw, an unfinished version of the original product that can be painted. EcoClad Raw comes in three colors: Chestnut, Coffee Bean and Black Sheep.

All EcoClad products are comprised of FSC-certified, 100-percent post-consumer recycled paper and rapidly renewable bamboo fiber, and are now manufactured with a 50-percent vegetable-based (corn oil and cashew-nut oil) resin system. The entire EcoClad line is VOC- and benzene-free and can contribute to seven different credits within the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building standards.

Headquartered in Puyallup, Washington, KlipTech is an award-winning manufacturer of sustainable products, including countertops, tabletops, flooring and siding surfaces. The company’s founders were pioneers in the development of sustainable, recycled paper and wood fiber-based surfaces, beginning with recycled paper-based skateboard ramps more than 10 years ago. KlipTech is committed to providing practical, high quality building products through manufacturing processes that preserve the earth’s natural resources. For sales and information visit or call 253.507.4622.

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