granulated cork

granulated cork

Small particles of cork used as loose-fill thermal insulation, to make cork tile, etc.
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Practically indestructible, they also float thanks to a granulated cork core and hold scent--toughness and features that make traditional plastic bumpers almost obsolete.
The Helix is a result of a four-year deal between Portuguese cork maker Amorim and US bottle maker O-I, using granulated cork for elasticity and reliability.
Agglomerated cork is obtained from granulated cork compressed in an autoclave and crossed by a water vapour flow at 350[degrees]C [12, 13].
The secret is in the construction, made out of a super durable poly firehose case, which is darn near indestructible even for obnoxious chewers, then stuffed with pure granulated cork core for a toughness that surpasses hard bumpers.
The fire hose fabric and granulated cork work well to float the Real Duck high in the water for greater visibility and to hold commercially-manufactured gamebird scent.