Seacork Spray combines ecology, aesthetics and economy. It will adhere to any outside or inside wall surface.


Seacork Spray is not a proper insulator. However it does break the “thermal bridge” when the temperature on either side of the wall is different. This prevents condensation and it does improve, albeit marginally, the insulation of any wall.

There are imperceptible advantages too: sound and other vibrations are damped, bacteria are repulsed, and so forth.


Many of our customers prefer the natural cork colour. Otherwise Seacork Wall Spray comes in a wide palette of colours. Every molecule of the cork and resin is dyed. We have an extensive colour chart.

Any of our standard colours can be mixed to obtain the desired nuance. And nothing prevents the use of acrylic paint over the cork at any time once the wall has been sprayed.


Seacork Spray will last at least as long as the best paints on an outside wall. We have all the certificates of facade impermeability.

Seacork Spray contains a much higher concentration of resin that any ostensibly similar product in today’s market. This ensures the highest possible guarantee against peeling, regardless of the surface on which it is sprayed.


Seacork Spray does not cost more to apply than conventional paint or other surface coatings.

It increases the effectiveness of the existing insulation thereby saving money on heating or air conditioning.


The cork in Seacork Spray comes from otherwise wasted raw material (when circular wine bottle stoppers are cut from sheets of cork oak bark).


This is normally a job for an experienced professional. An experienced do-it-yourselfer can do a proper job too, with a bit of training from us.

Outside. We recommend spraying a first coat of polyene (polyethylene), thickly. That allows you to recover any Seacork for Walls droppings and achieve a uniform finish.

Inside. Spraying Seacork on inside walls can leave an acrylic smell that lasts for some weeks. We have an inexpensive perfume dispenser that eliminates the problem.


Outside. Mould can develop in an unusually humid climate. Anti-mould cleaning products or foams will remove it without harming the cork.

Otherwise, in most temperate climates, a wall sprayed with Seacork can be cleaned with a high-pressure hose (Kärcher). But don’t the nozzle to get too close to the wall.

Inside. The same as you would for a painted surface. A brush and any cleaning product sold in supermarkets will do the job.


Various studies confirm that Seacork Wall Spray conforms to all the current norms for COV, impregnability and micro fissures.


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Seacork is well adapted for a variety of outdoor and indoor walls. Its many properties correspond to all sorts of specific requirements. It is truly unique.

  • It is not toxic for humans.
  • It holds up well in extreme climates.
  • You get in one product functions that often require two or more different products.
  • It is an excellent thermal regulator and improved thermal insulation.
  • It also provides considerable acoustic insulation.
  • It absorbs vibrations.
  • It prevents condensation.
  • It is waterproof.
  • Yet it breathes (sd=0.09m)
  • Light weight and elastic, it adheres to all kinds of surfaces.

Weatherproofing of a façade that breathes.

Quickly applied and decorative too. It can be coloured in many different ways. ¨
Seacork for Walls is our own proprietary cork spray. On the wall it is only around 2mm thick. Its key function is to break the thermal bridge. This prevents humidity, helps to regulate termperature and
provides an aesthetic finish in ate least 50 different colours.
It is just as applicable for industrial buildings as for residential or office buildings. In addition to thermal and acoustic qualities, it is ideal for covering fibre cement walls.

Our photo gallery shows some of the walls and roofs we have covered. As well as cabins for building sites, containers, metal structure, tanks and much else.
Contact us for advice on using Seacork for Walls in any project you have. You can also learn more from the pages on this web site about technical tests.