Applications for Cork


  • Stoppers and seals (for the whole range of wines, ciders, cognacs, whiskies, beers, pharmaceutical products, and so on);
  • Parts for the footwear industry;
  • Floats and buoys;
  • Carpets, coverings for floors, ceilings and walls;
  • Shuttlecocks (badminton);
  • Spigots, raw plugs and washers, discs, protective plaques, polishing buffers, etc.

 Granules and agglomerates:

  • Civil construction (insulating gaskets, dilatation and compression gaskets in anti-seismic structures, construction of bridges and buildings);
  • Decorative items;
  • Parquet flooring;
  • Hockey, baseball and golf balls;
  • A variety of toys.


  • Thermal and acoustic insulation for civil construction (walls, ceilings or floors for houses, music studios, discotheques, airports, hospitals, etc.);
  • Insulation for pipelines (gas, petroleum);
  • Refrigeration industry;
  • Vibration insulation for machinery, among others.

Composite materials:

  • Cork with rubber, used in the automobile industry (gaskets, oil level indicators, valves, transmissions, others motor components); gaskets for electrical and gas equipment;
  • “Rubbercork”, an agglomerate used mainly for gaskets and flooring, especially where there is intensive wear;
  • Linoleum manufacture;
  • Flooring, usually made of an intermediary layer of MDF or HDF (wood-fibre medium or high-density agglomerate);
  • Cork agglomerate tiles with elastomer or PVC, and various other applications.