- Commercial quality flooring underlayment
- Designed to meet local building codes
- Use with linoleum or luxury vinyl tiles and planks
- Sold in rolls 2.5 mm x 42 in. x 250 ft.
- Manufactured with 85% recycled content
- Non-absorbent, resists mold and mildew
- Provides noise reduction and sould control
Solid Vinyl Tile, Luxury Vinyl Tile, Linoleum Sheet Goods
AcoustiCork Cork Plus 250 2.5 mm 85 Ft Roll sound control underlayment is ideal for most luxury vinyl tiles and planks, floating luxury vinyl systems, solid vinyl tile, fiberglass backed sheet vinyl, and linoleum sheet goods.
AcoustiCork Cork Plus 250 2.5 mm 85 Ft Roll provides sound reduction for resilient flooring products and is code compliant on most floor/ceiling assemblies. This product is highly resistant to residual indentation and is compatible with nearly all types of common flooring adhesives.
AcoustiCork Cork Plus 250 helps hide minor subfloor defects and improves walking comfort under foot. This recycled and sustainable product is non-absorbent, resists mold and mildew and improves thermal comfort while reducing noise.
PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
ASTM F1315 & F36
Density: 17-18 lb/ft3
Tensile Strength: > 600 KPa
Compression (@ 100 PSI): <25%
Recovery: > 85%
Shore Hardness: 51
Durability: Lifetime of the Building
ASTM E492 / E989
IIC 55- 8 inch Concrete Slab - No Ceiling
Delta IIC 22 (ASTM-2179)
IIC-51-10 inch I-Joist Wood Frame/Gyp-crete
ASTM E90 / E413
STC 55- 8 inch Concrete Slab - No Ceiling
STC-53-10 inch I-Joist Wood Frame/Gyp-crete
Ships on pallets via freight delivery
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Material Type||Cork Foam Blend|
|SF per Item||298.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||12|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore C 51|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Installation Method||Glue down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year limited|
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Q & A⌃ Back to top
Can AcoustiCork be used with radiant heat?