SUPER-COMPRESSED CORK PANEL - thickness 15 mm - Thermal and acoustic insulation - Anti-mould - 3 m² pack - 5 panels
Super-compressed cork sheet dim. 94, 64 cm.
Thickness 15 mm
USES OF SUPERCOMPRESSED Cork Sheets - SLAB Size 94x64 cm
Sheets of super-compressed natural cork, obtained from clean fine grain size, of high flexibility and high density.
With this sheet of cork you get a good thermal and acoustic insulation. Applying the sheets of cork to the poorly insulated walls, cold and humid, you solve definitively the problem of condensation of moisture and MUD on the walls.
- The cork sheet can be applied on cold walls, and finished with BIOART-ADESIVO/RASANTE TERMOFINE: an adhesive skimming thermal that allows the application and the skimming even of the sheets of 15 mm (see the video tutorial for the correct application of cork with adhesive skimming thermal TERMOFINE).
- The sheets of cork can also be finished with BIOART-PITTURA TERMICA DI SUGHERO E CALCE to obtain an excellent insulating effect and anticonsensation.
- The cork panel inserted underneath the FLOTTANTI floors provides thermal and acoustic ANTICALPESTIOUS absorption, suitable for all wooden parquet, laminate planks or floors of other materials.
PACKAGING OF CORK SHEETS
Cork sheet thickness 15 mm: packaging 3 m2 - 5 cork panels
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SUPER-COMPRESSED INSULATING CORK
Density of cork: 200-240 kg/m3
Thermal conductivity: 0.042 W/mK
Impact noise reduction: approx. 17/20 dB(A)
Fire resistance of cork sheets: Class E self-extinguishing
Putrescibility of cork: none
Attackability by insects and rodents: nil
Stability over time: unlimited
Size of cork panels: 94x64 cm
Thickness of the cork panel: 15 mm
CORK IS ECOLOGICAL BECAUSE IT IS HEALTHY AND RENEWABLE
Thanks to the implementation of new regulations on energy efficiency grows the need and sensitivity to a higher level of thermal insulation in the home and work environments.
For the purposes of energy saving and environmental protection against climate change, cork is a valuable material because it is like using a renewable energy source: cork reduces energy consumption with economic advantages and reduces carbon dioxide emissions into the environment.
Cork is a precious material that has been known since ancient times and only grows in the Mediterranean climate: it is a good idea not to throw away the cork after opening the bottles but to send it to the separate waste collection that is spreading in many countries. Recycling the cork from bottle caps produces excellent insulating cork, especially for use in green building.
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