Cork sheet is a widely used product among all refractory materials.
Cork sheet is made from cork oak bark, which is known as cork, and is a combination of several different resins.
Portugal is one of the largest producers of cork in the world with a 49% market share and Spain is next with a 30% share.
Cork sheet is able to withstand 200 degrees Celsius indirectly and is able to continue to operate in hot water vapor and oil.
Cork sheets are produced and supplied in two types:
Dry cork sheet: with 94% purity without any use of rubber, suitable as thermal insulation, suitable for use to prevent cold, can be used for modeling and making decor, making wall paintings and advertisements, sound insulation in libraries And music studios and. . .
Rubber cork sheet: From cork seeds with rubber, rubber cork sheet has much more flexibility than dry cork and therefore this sheet is produced in two types with and without glue. All specifications and applications The products of this product are like dry cork sheets.