Cork and cork-based infill designed to ensure performance naturally

Bringing back a part of nature to the artificial turf system

The use of natural cork or cork combined with other materials as an infill is favoured due to corks’ many positive proprieties, such as: low density (insulation properties with low heat absorption when exposed to sunlight), high elasticity (because of the large share of air that fills its cell structure), high strength and low wear, high fire resistance, attractive life-cycle assessment, no environmental toxicity, largely odour-neutral and decay resistance (due to the suberin content of the cork, the material is highly resistant to moisture and subsequent oxidisation and decay).

Amorim Sports’ infills deliver perfect density to avoid buoyancy and system migration and guarantees excellent energy absorption, avoiding player injury under fall.


  • Cork infills designed to avoid unwanted consequences

    We offer natural and extruded compounds specifically designed to be used as artificial turf infills that respect the specification of an appropriate construction standard and to avoid unwanted consequences.

    Our infills are designed to allow functional suitability, a balance between cost-effectiveness and environmental compatibility, material durability and multifunctionality.

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  • Elasticity thanks to cork cellular structure

    Cork is made of millions of airtight cells, divided by a gaseous mixture which allows it to be compressed to half its thickness without losing any flexibility, and to be decompressed to return to its original shape.

    This characteristic lends cork high elasticity and compression resistance that is advantageous when cork is used as infill for artificial turf systems.


Infill's main attributes


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