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10 results found cork underlayment

14 . Aug . 2020
Floor underlayment with Nike Grind EVA foam and cork by Amorim

Amorim underlayment made with Nike Grind provides long-term performance. Cork’s resilience offers the ability to support loads without breaking the cells and keeps the initial thickness, thereby maintaining performance during the entire lifetime of the building. On the other hand, cork has a good compensating ability f…

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10 . Jul . 2019
Reinventing how cork engages the world of flooring.

At Amorim Cork Composites, we use cork as the basic raw material and as the differentiating factor in the production of both composites and materials to be used in the production of each of the several layers that make up a flooring system (top layer, inlay, core layer and pre-attached underlayment), and of accessories…

Articles 21 . Jul . 2017
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Reinventing and innovating

The flooring market is a highly competitive one that is oriented towards solutions and developments that contribute to low maintenance costs and that are cost effective and eco friendly without forsaking the design. If, on the one hand, cork solutions provide a positive response to such demands, on the other hand, it i…

10 . Jul . 2019
Reinventing and innovating

The flooring market is a highly competitive one that is oriented towards solutions and developments that contribute to low maintenance costs and that are cost effective and eco friendly without forsaking the design. If, on the one hand, cork solutions provide a positive response to such demands, on the other hand, it i…

10 . Jul . 2019
Cork, our raw material

These different features within the same piece allow us to obtain raw materials that are completely different from each other in their shape and characteristics through grinding, stratification and granulometric separation processes.The softest and most resilient layer is mainly used as "pre-altached underlayment", whi…

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