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When you think about sound control, the QT line of engineered sound control products is always a smart choice. Many architects and engineers have chosen  QT because it has been tested to produce some of the best IIC rated systems in the industry. Plus, QT systems are certified to guarantee results and performance in the field.

Attributes
Engineered to provide the highest IIC rating improvement as measured by ASTM E2179 Results are backed by over 90 independent laboratory and field tests in a variety of floor-ceiling assemblies per ASTM E492, E90 and E1007 Made from resilient 100% recycled rubber Meets and exceeds tough building code requirements while adding less than ½” of floor height Compatible with a direct application of floor finishes such as ceramic tile, stone, laminate, hardwood, engineered wood and vinyl Outperforms cork, felt, polyethylene, fiberglass and nylon matrix Available in rolls for simple and fast installation.  For more information and test results please visit ECORE's website:  http://www.ecoreintl.com/site/default.asp 

Applications
QT has proven performance ratings in applications such as:
- Multifamily housing                                                                                         - High rises                                                                                                    - Single-family homes                                                                                       - Office buildings

There are two types of QT, SCU and RBM.  SCU is used directly under a
variety of floor finishes including ceramic tile and RBM is used under gypsum or
full weight concrete. 

QT sound control underlayment (scu) is a flat, resilient underlayment that is used directly under floor finishes, yielding exceptional results even under hard surface flooring and over concrete and wood joist construction.


QTrbm is a dimpled, resilient base mat that can be applied under gypsum or full weight concrete to produce some of the thinnest sound rated systems in the industry.



 
   
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