A Natural for Green LEED Projects—Cork Plank NeoCon Debut

21 07 2008

For those of you who didn’t get a chance visit our booth at the 2008 NeoCon, here’s an excerpt from Floor Focus Magazine, which features our new product debut—Cork Plank. You’ll love the microbevel!

Wicanders introduced a 4½” cork plank collection called, appropriately enough, Cork Plank. It’s a fairly significant departure from its more traditional cork looks, with the basic feel of wood plank flooring but with the distinctive look of cork.

It’s microbeveled and is installed as a floating floor. Cork Plank comes in 12 visuals and the colors of exotic hardwoods and uses the non-VOC binder Acrodur, developed by BASF, which makes it one of the greenest cork products on the market and a natural for LEED projects. Wicanders is the only cork company using the Acrodur binder. Cork Plank comes with a five-year light commercial or 15-year residential warranty.

It will be available in August or September.”

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3 responses

23 07 2008

Added. Nice work on this one. Btw, my blog is dofollow, stop by and grab a link. Walter

29 07 2008

Nice. I’ve been thinking about trying out a cork floor in my home office. I was going to use hardwood but a cork plank would do the trick. When can we see pictures? Where can we get it?

29 07 2008
Team Wicanders

Hi Tim,

Your interest in the newest member of our Wicanders’ cork oak family is appreciated. We’ll send some info out to you right away.

Team Wicanders

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