Manton produces a wide range of cork sheet and cork roll material, in many grain sizes, and grades, from the finest grain to course grain; light, medium and heavy density; up to 72" width and continuous length. We have the cork material specified for your application.
Manton cork roll and cork sheet material is particularly suitable for:
- Cork Bulletin Boards for Home, Office and Institutional use
- Install a full or partial wall of cork panels, as a wall covering, pin up surface, and Dart Board Backer
- Table Mats, Trivets & Hot Pads
- Craft Projects
- Die Cut Coasters & Discs
- Gasket Material
- Adhesive Backed and Fire Rated Material Available
Composite Cork Rolls Specifications
Green Building Ratings
Cork Rolls Product Data
Roll Cork Installation Instructions
The cellular structure of cork, even in its granulated, roll or block form, consists of millions of "air cushions". This makes cork the best choice for a wide variety of applications. Cork has the ability to simultaneously act as a thermal barrier, a sound insulator and a vibration dampener. Cork does not corrode, is extremely fire resistant and can bear heavy loads.
Cork Roll & Interior Decoration
In recent years, architects and designers have rediscovered the beauty of many natural materials in both their raw and finished states. This has led to a wider use of cork, in a range of tones and textures, in different jobs for different moods. Nowadays, the use of cork in decoration is rising in popularity, not only among professionals, but also among DIY enthusiasts.
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Cork Rolls & Construction
The construction industry uses cork for a variety of purposes – thermal and sound insulation, in expansion and compression joints in concrete structures, to reduce wear and to eliminate vibrations. These days, expanded cork agglomerate is also widely used as insulation in roofs, walls, floors and ceilings.
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Cork Uses in Leisure Activities
Cork plays a large part in the fields of sport and leisure activities. For centuries, it has been an essential part of the production of fishing tackle. Cork buoys have been used in fishing nets since Biblical times, and the handles of fishing rods and floats and boxes for fishing equipment are all made of cork.
Cork is also used in safety helmets, left-jackets and life-buoys.
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Roll Cork & Technology
Although many natural raw materials have been replaced by man-made substitutes, cork is more and more an essential in modern industry.
The automobile, electrical, engineering and aeronautic industries are among the main consumers, and new uses are always being found for this incredibly versatile material which has served man since time immemorial.
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