Perfect energy dissipation

Footfall Noise Insulation trough a natural and thin layer

The use of a NRT inlay placed very close to the noise source dissipates energy transmitted by the foot when hitting the floor. Energy dissipation in perfect balance with the right indentation acceptance criteria is only possible to achieve when using the NRT to be placed underneath a paper, a vinyl or a veneer facing layer

  • Cork inlay, where comfort meets beauty

    The NRT technology allows the flooring manufacture to take advantage of the exclusive properties of cork as part of an unique engineered multilayer structure.
    A natural material with incomparable insulation and shock absorption features, cork provides superior comfort, noise reduction, thermal insulation and resistance. A floor system using cork as inlay is the combination of this raw material with trendy decoratives, a floor where comfort meets beauty.


Key features

“We have a long-standing relationship with cork. We value its comfort and elasticity and the positive feeling associated to cork. The use of cork means good and positive product features.We have a very long and positive partnership between Meister and Amorim Group and of course with Amorim Cork Composites.”

Kettler Volker, Meister Werke Schulte


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Tecnhical Specifications

  Units NRT 96 Test Method
Density  (kg/m³) 450 - 550 ISO 7322 
Compressibility at 0,7MPa % < 20
Recovery at 0,7MPa % > 70
Tensile Strenght kPa > 1400
Availability - Rolls & Sheets -
Width (minimum - maximum) mm 100 - 2100
Length (minimum - maximum) mm sheets: 600 - 3000    
rolls: 600 - equivalent to Ø1200
Thickness (minimum - maximum) mm 0,8 - 8
Finish - GR80

The data provided in this table represents typical values. This information is not intended to be used as a purchasing specification and does not imply suitability for use in a specific application. Failure to select the proper product may result in either equipments damage or personal injury. Please contact us regarding specific application recommendations. Amorim Cork Composites expressly disclaims all warranties, including any implied warranties or merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. Amorim Cork Composites is not liable for any indirect special, incidental, consequential, or punitive damages as a result of using the information listed in this table. Any of its material specification sheets, its products or any future use or re-use of them by any person or entity.