The multi-layer construction of Engineered Cork takes all the inherent benefits of cork - warmth and comfort underfoot, excellent sound absorption, hypoallergenic, no emissions (VOCs) and resistance to fire - and adds commercial-grade durability. And, most importantly, cork delivers an unrivalled environmental footprint.
In-built sound absorption (65% reduction in walking noise)
Cork has a negative carbon footprint
Natural cork patterns
Durability: Wear Class 33 : Suitable for heavy-duty commercial applications (AC5)
Slip Resistance: >0.30 Coefficient of friction (R9 equivalent)
Fire Safety: Bfl-s1 : Very limited contribution to fire
Acoustic Performance: 18 dB reduction in transmitted sound
Installation Method: Glue-free floating floor (with Click profile)
Country of Origin: Portugal
Engineered Cork is the ultimate in sustainable materials. It absorbs 73 times its own weight in carbon as it grows so any materials made from cork are inherently carbon negative. And, it can be deconstructed and reused multiple times, thereby extending its working life.
Eco Accreditations: contributor to LEED and BREEAM
End of Life: Deconstructable & reusable (Second Life) | Biodegradable
Engineered Cork has been independently assessed by First Planit, the UK's leading library of sustainable building materials. This gives a score for the Environmental, Social, Health & Monetary impacts of the product benchmarked against popular industry equivalents:
Product information is given in good faith and may be subject to clarification or correction if required.