Cork Sheets: Cut to Length – Manton Cork

Cork Sheets: Cut to Length

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Composition cork sheets are produced in continuous lengths; thickness ranging from as thin as 1/32” to ½” thick. Cork Sheets are used in a wide range of applications dedicated to use by consumers, architects, and industry. In addition to producing materials to ASTM and Government Specifications, Manton manufactures excellent facing grades, with self healing characteristics, as well as underlayment grades. Our products are 100% natural cork, meaning they made of a renewable resource and are environmentally friendly. Produced from blocks and cylinders, cork sheets are available in widths up to 72”, in custom cut lengths. Depending on the application, specify cork grain texture of fine to very course; light, medium and heavy density, cut to thickness ranging from 1/32” (.79mm) to 4” (102mm) thick (thickness over ½” supplied in sheets 24” x 36” ). Cork sheets can be cut to continuous strips which are supplied in spools. Some of the advantages are:

  • Great for mounting to substrates (including wall board, Gypsum, plywood and Masonite)
  • Used as a wall covering and tacking surface
  • Easy to install, maintain, stain or paint
  • Offers thermal and sound abatement benefits
  • Cork is a natural renewable wood material

Common uses for Manton cork sheets include bulletin boards, table mats, trivets, hot pads, crafts for all ages, die cut coasters, gaskets and more!

For Commercial & Industrial applications Manton offers adhesive backed and fire rated cork material.

Cork is a renewable natural resource, recyclable and biodegradable; harvested from the bark of cork trees. Careful management practices have resulted in a steady supply of cork, with future supplies assured as well.

Cork Tip:

Design Your Own Cork Wall Area

  • Install a full or partial wall of
    cork panels
  • Create a beautiful accent wall,
    pin up surface or Draft Board
Nike 5th Avenue NYC Shoe Lab Showroom - Manton Cork Panels Installed on display walls (painted white).
Nike 5th Avenue NYC Shoe Lab Showroom - Manton Cork Panels Installed on display walls (painted white).

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, given its highly resilient and compression characteristics, is used as an underlayment on soccer and sports fields. Cork is also used in safety helmets, left-jackets and life-buoys.

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Cork Application as an underlayment beneath playing field surfaces.
Cork Application as an underlayment beneath playing field surfaces.

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, sports, 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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In the age of synthetics and diminishing natural resources, cork keeps growing on trees, replenishing the world’s supply.

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