From trivet backing, coaster backing, rulers, and an array of arts and crafts, cork material can be found in just about everything! You can also find cork products on bumpers, self-adhesive pads, spacers, and much more. At Frank Lowe, we create die-cut cork components for an endless array of applications. We generally offer two different types of cork products:
At Frank Lowe, we specialize in delivering die cut cork components, cork rolls, and cork sheets. Our materials can be used as cork backing for coasters, bulletin boards, spacer pads, gaskets, and much more.
Both composition cork and cork-n-rubber material can be die cut to your requirements or supplied in full widths. In addition, we can laminate cork with pressure sensitive adhesive backing as well as create unique kiss-cut cork components for your application.
Composition cork and cork-n-rubber have different qualities that make each material ideal for different applications. Let’s take a deeper look at both composition cork as well as cork-n-rubber materials. Continue reading to learn more about composition cork and cork-n-rubber products.
Composition cork is the ideal material for protective backing for novelty or decorative items. This type of cork is regularly used on placemats, trivets, coaster backing, and a variety of other consumer products.
Composition cork will allow you to add an appealing look to finished products and protect the underlying surfaces from being damaged or scratched. At Frank Lowe, we specialize in die cutting composition cork in an endless array of sizes and shapes.
Even if you don’t know the exact size or shape of composition cork you need, our experienced cork experts will work with you to help you arrive at the best possible solution. A few of the most common applications of our composition cork includes:
Advantages of Composition Cork
Composition cork is a lightweight and stable material made from hydrophobic substances that reduce the penetration of water. Some of the most notable advantages of composition cork include:
What Is Cork-N-Rubber Material?
By combining the extended shelf life and flexibility of rubber with the recovery characteristics and compressibility of cork, cork-n-rubber is ideal for a vast span of applications across an array of industries. Our cork-n-rubber material can be supplied as a blend of cork-n-silicone, cork-n-hypalon, cork-n-buna-N, and cork-n-neoprene. Typical cork-n-rubber applications include:
The experts at Frank Lowe will work with you to help you choose the best blend of cork-n-rubber materials as well as the best density to ensure your finished component performs as intended. Let’s take a look at some of the most common cork-n-rubber products and their characteristics.
Advantages of Cork-n-Rubber Materials
Because cork-n-rubber materials are a combination of synthetic rubber and granulated cork, it can offer the compressibility of cork and the high resilience of rubber. Some of the key advantages of cork rubber include:
Contact Frank Lowe for Composition and cork-n-rubber Cork
Fortunately, the experts at Frank Lowe bring decades of experience helping customers choose the best elastomers for their product, component, or application. We will carefully listen to your needs, the goals of the applications, and help you confidently make a decision.
Contact Frank Lowe today to Explore, Pursue, and Create with composition cork or cork-n-rubber materials.