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8 results found code compliant

31 . Aug . 2017
29 . Dec . 2017
29 . Dec . 2017
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Code Compliant IIC Performance on Most Floor/Ceiling Assemblies   Highly Resistant to Residual Indentation - Comprehensive Warranty   Compatible With Nearly All Types of Common Flooring Adhesives   Zero SBR or Tire Rubber Content = Zero Plasticizer Migration Risk   Completely Sustainable Product – Almost 100% Recycled…

01 . Jan . 2018
Characteristics:

Code Compliant IIC Performance on Most Floor/Ceiling Assemblies   Reduces In Room Step Sound – Resistant to Residual Indentation   Compatible With Floating Resilient Flooring Products > 3.5mm Thick   Zero SBR or Tire Rubber Content = Zero Plasticizer Migration Risk   Sustainable Product – More Than 85% By Weight Rec…

Panels and Composites 30 . Oct . 2018
Panels and Composites
IMO/MED Certified

Certified to IMO Res. MSC.307 (88) – (2010 FTP Code) Annex 1, Part 5 & Part 2* MSC / Circ.1120, compliant with the Council Directive 2014/90 EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of the 23 July 2014 on marine equipment directive and repealing Council Directive 96/98/EC and EU-US Mutual Recognition Agreem…

07 . Jan . 2018
Characteristics:

Code Compliant IIC Performance on Most Floor/Ceiling Assemblies Reduces In Room Step Sound - Resistant to Residual Indentation   Compatible With Floating Resilient Flooring Products >3.5mm Thick*   Zero SBR or Tire Rubber Content = Zero Plasticizer Migration Risk   Sustainable Product- More Than 85% By Weight Recycl…

News 03 . Aug . 2017
News
Result 2

The thicker acoustical underlayment products that we had used in the past for previous hard surface flooring products for condo applications, were not appropriate for vinyl flooring, as using underlayment products much thicker than the vinyl flooring products themselves will cause issues with residual indentation from…

29 . Dec . 2017
Result 2

The thicker acoustical underlayment products that we had used in the past for previous hard surface flooring products for condo applications, were not appropriate for vinyl flooring, as using underlayment products much thicker than the vinyl flooring products themselves will cause issues with residual indentation from…

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