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Micro-agglomerate Cork

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Micro-agglomerate Cork

Product Specification
  • Diameter : 24 mm; nominal ± 0.3 mm
  • Cork granules : 0.5 to 2 mm
  • Density : Nominal 280 ± 40 kg/m3
  • Dimensional recovery : >96%
  • Extraction force : 15 daN – 45 daN (coated corks only)
  • Length : 44 mm, 38 mm; nominal ± 0.5 mm
  • Moisture : 4% - 8% moisture content
  • Sealing ability : No leakage at 2 bar
  • TCA : ≤1.0ng/L

Micro-agglomerate corks are constructed from sterilised natural micro-granules that are uniform in size, excluding those which don’t meet narrow tolerances. As with all of our products, we only use FDA approved food-grade bonding agents. Micro-agglomerate corks are a cost-effective option that can help you to achieve the same high-quality standards as natural corks.

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Recommended for premium wines
Recommended for wines which will be consumed between 6 months to 3 years
Recommended for wines which will be consumed within 2 to 3 years

Cork Printing

Our printing options include ink and fire branding as well as laser printing for both cork bodies and ends. This visually sharp printing is capable of high-definition shading and darker printing which is well suited to illustrations and photographic renderings.

Capsules

Selecting the most suitable capsule for a brand is a key element to positioning it correctly. We can help you choose the right material from PVC, polylaminate and tin, as well as offer various sizes, colours and range of design options. All of which are crucial for closing your bottle.

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