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  • Plancha de corcho natural, sin pulir
    2 Variants
    Plancha de corcho natural, sin pulir
    from 2,00 €
    fine pored, agglomerated cork made with cork granules (granule size: 0,7/1,4mm), certified according to the ASTM F104 norm (a standard classification relating to non-metallic sealing materials), food safe (non-toxic)
  • Natural cork, sewable (cork fabric)
    2 Variants
    Natural cork, sewable (cork fabric)
    from 21,50 €
    Material: natural cork on fabric backing, Attributes: insulating, dimensionally stable, water repellent , Dimensions: Roll width is 1000 mm, Thickness: th = 1 mm
  • Plancha de corcho natural, pulida
    4 Variants
    Plancha de corcho natural, pulida
    from 1,70 €
    fine pored, agglomerated cork made with cork granules (granule size: 0,7/1,4mm), certified according to the ASTM F104 norm (a standard classification relating to non-metallic sealing materials), food safe (non-toxic)
  • Cork fabric
    2 Variants
    Cork fabric
    from 9,10 €
    Material: upper side: cork; underside: cloth fabric, Thickness: th = 0,5 mm, Attributes: water and dirt repellent, recyclable, biodegradable
Información sobre Planchas De Corcho

Cork has a fine, closed cell structure and low density, provides good insulation for heat and sound and is also difficult to set on fire. All of these positive attributes have led to its being very often used as a natural insulating material. Because cork does not absorb liquids or take on dust or dirt, it is hygienic as well.

Cork sheets are produced from cork scraps of varying granularities. The scraps are mixed with binding agents and pressed together into blocks that are subsequently cut into sheets. In architectural model making, cork can be used in the making of topographical stratified models. When working with the thin 1 mm thick sheets, special care should be taken because they tend to tear rather easily. The thicker sheets can be used to make a very nice and simple pinboard.

Cork sheets can be cut with a BLADE without any problem, the thinner ones can also be cut with a SCISSORS. Glue work can be done with normal all-purpose glues like TESA ALL-PURPOSE GLUE (Technicoll) or, for temporary joinings when working on models, PINS can be used.

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