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Quiet Qurltm Products

03 54 00/KEE BuyLine 6505

Quiet Qurltm 55-025 Quiet Qurltm 55-025 MC

Quiet Qurltm 60-040 Quiet Qurltm 60-040 MC

Quiet Qurltm 65-075 Quiet Qurltm 65-075 MC

Features:

  • Lowers total system prole to 1.25” (31.3

    • cm)

      when used with FIRM-FILL Gypsum Concretes (1.0”).

  • “U” Groove design for at installation.

  • Cost eective choice for achieving code with multiple hard surface nishes

  • Code compliant solutions in wood frame construction with “I” joists, open web joists and 2 by X construction.

  • Zero moisture absorption in hydrophobic polymer core; no expansion or contraction with temperature and humidity

Tech Information:

  • Polypropylene core polymer of tangled

monolaments

  • Polypropylene fabric in white non-woven

or blue Moisture Control tri-laminate (non-woven, breathable membrane, non-woven) options

  • CLASS A re rated

  • Robinson Wheel tested with the Tile Council of America – Light Commercial Rating

Core thickness nominal

0.25 in.

6.0 mm

Roll Width:

48.0 in.

122 cm

Roll Length:

100 ft.

30.5 m

Roll Weight: Roll Diameter

50.0 lb

s. 22.7 kg

22.0 in.

55.9 cm

Features:

  • Allows for minimum prole of 1.875”

    • (4.1

      cm) and still passes a Robinson Wheel

Test (1.25” of FIRM-FILL Gypsum Concrete from Hacker Industries).

  • Random oriented monolament design for added resilience and greater vibration noise control.

  • Allows developers to achieve “high end” solution for premium projects with greater

    • exibility in nished surface choices.

  • Geometry that maximizes noise control in

      • 0.375

        ” thickness with incremental IIC levels as great as 32 in concrete and 18 in wood frame construction.

Tech Information:

  • Polypropylene core polymer of tangled monolaments

  • Polypropylene fabric in white non-woven or blue Moisture Control tri-laminate (non-woven, breathable membrane, non-woven) options

    • CLASS A re rated

    • Robinson Wheel tested with the Tile Council of America – Light Commercial Rating

Features:

  • Perfect solution for retrot application in

wood beam construction and poured concrete where noise issues are great.

  • Random oriented monolament design

for the greatest resilience and highest noise control available.

  • 2.25” (5.63 cm) prole is perfect for high

ceiling loft look where height is not an issue.

  • Zero moisture absorption in hydrophobic

polymer core; no expansion or contraction with temperature and humidity

Tech Information:

  • Polypropylene core

polymer of tangled monolaments

  • Polypropylene fabric in white

non-woven or blue Moisture Control tri-laminate (non-woven, breathable membrane, non-woven) options

  • CLASS A re rated

0.375 in.

9.0 mm

48.0 in.

122 cm

100 ft.

30.5 m

48.0 lbs.

21.8 kg

21.0 in.

53.3 cm

Core thickness

nominal

0.75 in.

18.0 mm

Roll Width:

48.0 in.

122 cm

Roll Length:

50 ft.

15.2 m

Roll Weight:

29.0 lbs.

13.2 kg

Roll Diameter

23.0 in.

58.0 cm

Core thickness Roll Width: Roll Length: Roll Weight: Roll Diameter

nominal

Quiet Qurltm 55-025 MC

Installation

  • 1.

    Quiet QurlTM is laid directly over the concrete, plywood or OSB suboor, with the black mesh down, white (or blue) fabric side up. The Quiet QurlTM should be pushed up close to the isolation barrier installed around the perimeter of the oor; gap between the oor & wall should not exceed 0.25 inches (6 mm).

  • 2.

    Quiet QurlTM edge must be placed adjacent to other pieces without gap. Tape (duct tape or 2” (5 cm) wide cellophane tape) the 3” (10 cm) fabric overlaps snug to the fabric on the adjoining Quiet QurlTM strip. Tape all seams to prevent the penetration into the core underlayment during pour. Double tape seams if necessary.

  • 3.

    At all doorways, use extra pieces of scrap Quiet QurlTM as reinforcement by ipping the material, black core up.

For FULL Installation Instructions Please Refer to our Web site or Call us at 877-514-5336

Laying Down Mat

Seaming Edges

Perimeter Isolation

Pumping Concrete Over Underlay

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