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Granular Cork insulation loose


granular Cork you can make numerous thermal and acoustic insulation: the most common is Cork blowing in at gaps often found in the walls of houses.

Blowing granular Cork in suitable grain size is generally easier and cheaper to achieve.

Blowing you can do from the inside or from the outside of the House (if there are already applied panels inside the jacket) granular Cork, in loose form, it can also be used in many other situations: insulation of attics do not reach spaces under the floors to fill formwork, to fill volumes in every part of the housing.

Some guidelines on the use of various sizes:


1-use the Cork 3/14 to lighten screeds, for inflating in large cavities, to isolate using the fill of formwork, to form layers of Cork loosed in attics.sughero-granulare-3-14.jpg
2-choose the Cork granular 3/8 for blowing cavities averages (5/10 cm), for lightening of screeds, to isolate the loose or kneaded.sughero-granulare-3-8.jpg
3-use the Cork granulate end 0.4/3 mm for blowing small cavities for filling gaps, for forming insulating plasters.sughero-granulare-fine-0-3-jpg.jpg