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Versacork™ Cork Flooring

Suitable for many spaces, including continually wet applications, Versacork™ uses post industrial wine corks to create a unique mosaic that can be stained to fit any desired look.

Sustainability Story

Versacork™ is an extremely versatile and durable mosaic tile product made from post-industrial recycled wine cork material. Sourced as by-product from the wine bottling industry in Portugal, the wine corks are cut in ¼” thick discs, and then mounted onto a fiberglass backer, which can then be mounted onto any surface and then grouted.

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The anti-microbial, rapidly renewable cork (harvested every 9 years without harming the trees), provides tremendous technical merit, touting benefits that no other tile product can: thermal insulation, acoustic sound absorption, inherent slip resistance, softness under foot, and ability to visually customize (discs can be stained). Versacork™ offers the ultimate in design versatility in a rapidly renewable and non-toxic package. Suitable for application in showers, pool surrounds, back splashes and bar tops

  • Available prefinished or unfinished
  • Can be stained and grouted any color, enabling a multitude of aesthetics
  • Offers tremendous slip-resistance when wet or dry
  • Soft underfoot
  • Absorbs body heat for a warm floor, replacing cold ceramic tile

Technical Data

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Premium Mega
Dimensions 1 inch diameter 1-3/8 inch diameter
Sheet Size 300mm x 600mm x 6mm
(approximately 12" x 24" x 1/4")
600mm x 600mm x 6mm
(approx. 24” x 24” x 1/4”)
Construction Natural (unaltered) cork on a mesh backing
Finish
  • Prefinished: coated with 3 coats of commercially-rated, water-based urethane
  • Unfinished: sanded (ready for staining)
LEED Points
  • MRc4 – Recycled Content (100% recycled, post-industrial content)
  • MRc6 –Rapidly Renewable Materials
  • IEQc4.4 – Low Emitting Materials – NAUF
  • IDc1 – Measures not recognized – Beyond Designated Thresholds

Associated applicable points based on installation:

  • IEQc4.1 – Low Emitting Materials: Adhesives and Sealants
  • IEQc4.2 – Low Emitting Materials: Paints and Coatings
Installation Glue-down (construction adhesive or thin set) and then grout (urethane-modified grout is recommended)

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