The cork oak tree or as it was classified in the XVIII century by Carolus Linnaeus , "Quercus suber," is an ancient tree that has been around for 30 million years in the Mediterranean area, and in greater number, in Portugal. This way becoming a very special tree.
Natural product associated with extensive attributes. Cork is the bark that is formed on the oak tree. It's presented in the form of suberose alveolar tissue.
Cork is unique because of its composition and for its intense polymorphism.
It has an excellent regenerative capacity, and a protective fabric, structure and composition, giving you unbeatable physical and mechanical and chemical properties.
Among the various properties of cork we can highlight:
100% NATURAL AND ECOLOGICAL PRODUCT
Resulted of crushed or ground cork with different sizes and densities. No chemicals are used.