Ideal for bottling young and crianza (aged 2 years) wines. Colmated natural stoppers are made of natural cork with all their pores filled exclusively with cork powder so as to improve their visual aspect and performance.
COLMATED Stopper [ Product technical file ]
What types of wine do we recommend this product for?
Available dimensions: 49 x 24 mm 44 x 24 mm 39 x 24 mm
24.00 ± 0.40 mm
49.00 / 44.00 / 39.00 ± 0.50 mm
≤ 0.5 mm
140 - 220 Kg /m3
20.0 - 40.0 daN
< 2.50 mm
Powder per stopper
< 0.003 g / stopper
< 30 UFC / stopper
Yeasts and filamentous moulds
< 10 UFC / stopper
Superior Class (S)
If S > 10 % (high quality)
Central Class (C)
-5 < S-I < 10
Inferior Class (I)
If I < 10 % (low quality)
≥ 88 % of its diameter
Recuperation 5 minutes
≥ 93% of its diameter
Diametrical recuperation 1 hour
≥ 95% of its diameter
Reference Norms: UNE 56924 / UNE 56927 / UNE56928 / UNE56929 / UNE 56930
FOR STORAGE WE RECOMMEND …
FOR BOTTLING WE RECOMMEND …
n Maintaining an environment in the storage
n Keeping the installations clean and
facility in which the temperature is lower than 30ºC and the relative humidity is from 40 to 85%.
n Not opening storage containers until closures are to be used.
n The maximum storage period in these conditions is 12 months.
the use of cleaning products which contain no chlorine.
n Ensuring that the neck of bottles complies with the requirements of regulation UNE-EN 12726.
n Sticking to nominal fill levels to allow the wine to expand without exceeding 0.2 bars of internal pressure. At 20ºC the head space must not be less than 10 mm.
n Avoiding the accumulation of moisture on the internal walls of the
necks of bottles during the bottling process.
n Using the bottling frequency recommended by the manufacturer.
n Any reduction in diameter must not exceed 33% of the initial diameter.
n Ensuring that no folds are produced and that the cork is level with the mouth of the bottle.
n Wait at least 5 minutes after bottling if bottles are not going to remain upright.