Granulated, Ultradense, Natural cork


Granulated cork is a loose cork composed of waste bark from the tree, which is reduced into Bits an balls by grinding. Granulometry has been sorted out, resulting into uniform granules:
Between 0,5 and a max 2mm. Granulated cork has multiple uses: To insulate the upper roof or an intermediate storey of a house. To fill up the voids for the purpose of insulation, as  between two separations or the walls of sloping ceilings in the attics. Generally, granules are  poured down with a cone, but they can also be blown in by removing one tile from the roof.

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