6 results found cork oak

11 . Apr . 2017
Amorim Nature are natural infills for artificial turf based on cork granules between 1 and 2mm. It is a 100% natural product of plant origin…

Cork infill contains only top-quality material (and no filler) and is very resistant with strong durability, almost unalterable and imperishable. Due to its membrane flexibility, the cells in Amorim Nature function as microscopic air cushions, which regain their shape after compression. Amorim Nature infills offer exce…

18 . Oct . 2021
Where does cork come from?

Cork is the outer bark of the cork oak tree (Quercus Suber L.) This tree is found in the Western Mediterranean Basin, where the type of soil, climate, temperature and altitude offers the ideal growing conditions to prosper. The cork oak tree thoroughly develops its bark over the years. The cork is harvested by speciali…

About Us 27 . Sep . 2016
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Preservation of the cork oak forest

It makes the cork viable in a unique manner, and as a result, the preservation of the cork oak forest, a unique example of green economy, which is based on a balance between economic, social and environmental issues. The constant concern to adopt and reinforce sustainable development practices makes Corticeira Amorim o…

27 . Sep . 2016
Cork is the outer bark of the cork oak tree (Quercus suber L.)

100 percent natural, reusable and recyclable, cork is, whether from the environmental, social or economic perspectives, one of the world’s most versatile materials. It takes each cork oak 25 years before it can be stripped for the first time and it is only from the third stripping (at 43 years of age) that the cork, th…

27 . Sep . 2016
Environmental and Social Benefits

Perfectly adapted to the warm climate and arid soil, cork oak forests protect against erosion and resulting desertification.


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