Balsa wood is able to "reset" the bark. Due to this, professionals working in the field of woodworking, able to use the material and create a floor covering that has many positive features. The secret here is quite simple. Every 9-12 years, it is possible to remove the bark from the tree without causing it any harm. Further, the crust undergoes a process of shredding, processing and heat in a specialized oven.
The next step in the production of the floor covering is pressed under high pressure. The crushed mass is converted into suberin (a mixture of tube and air bubbles). The resulting material acts as the Foundation of balsa wood. Medium same layer becomes the resin and wood dust. As the cladding is used again in suberin. The unique structure allows manufacturers to produce class covering 31 with a thickness of 4 to 10 mm.
Cork floors in the interior
Original will look of flooring that is made in ocher, brown or yellow colors. Depending on the color of the furniture, there is a possibility to choose other colors, light or dark. Flooring can vary in appearance, depending on the size of the panels, the method of installation and the lighting in the room. The manufacturer offers a traditional texture. The most unusual color with colorful blotches and interesting design that will definitely find its buyer.
If "classic" cork looks dull, it is possible to pay attention to fotomarket or photopaul. These floors are made on the same principle. The only difference is that the front layer has a distinctive appearance, for example, the pattern for American walnut, the rosewood, or zebrawood under. Very often, there are options that mimic the sand, pebbles or stone.