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1081-Unit 14 Meyerside DriveMississauga, ON L5T 1M4905.564.1439 ph.CLIENT:ICYNENE INC.6747 Campobello Rd.Mississauga, ONCanada L5N 2L7Date: June 30th, 2016Test Report No: T849-49SAMPLE ID:Various types of fiberglass insulation.SAMPLING DETAIL:Test samples were submitted directly to QAI Toronto by client.DATE OF RECEIPT:The samples were received at QAI Laboratories on May 20th, 2016 and May 24th,2016 in good condition.TESTING PERIOD:May 31st to June 6th, 2016.AUTHORIZATION:QAI Proposal Number 16NT051602 dated May 16th, 2016, signed by John EvansMay 16th, 2016.TEST(S) REQUESTED:ASTM C518 – Standard Test Method for Steady-State Thermal TransmissionProperties by Means of the Heat Flow Meter Apparatus.ASTM C167-15 – Standard Test Method for Thickness and Density of Blanket orBatt Thermal Insulations.TEST RESULTS:The various insulations were tested to ASTM C518 and ASTM C167 with asummary of results available on Page 2 of this report.Prepared BySigned for and on behalf ofQAI Laboratories Ltd.Robert GionaSenior TechnologistMatt LansdowneBusiness ManagerPage 1 of 8THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.WWW.QAI.ORGinfo@qai.org

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 2 of 8SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTSSampleCompany A R-38 BattCompany B R-21 RollCompany B R-19 WallRollCompany A R-30 BattCompany B R-15 RollCompany B R-30 AtticBattCompany B R-19 WallBattThermalResistance(hr ft²F/BTU)ThermalResistivity(hr ft² F/BTU 3MeasuredThickness(in)Mass perUnit THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 3 of 81.0 THICKNESS AND DENSITY AS PER ASTM C167-15Test ProcedureVarious types, sizes, and manufactured products of insulation were used for testing. Each type of insulationhas their own requirements for selecting specimens for testing which are listed below:Bundles – All bundles of insulation contained either seven (7) or nine (9) batts per bundle. Seven-batt bundleswere subjected to the three-batt sample selection where the center batt and the second batt in from each endwere chosen. Nine-batt bundles were subjected to five-batt sample selection where the center batt, secondfrom-center batts, and the first two batts from one end were chosen.Rolls – Five batts, each measuring 48” in length were cut from the roll. One batt from the center of the roll, twobatts from the ends of the roll, and two batts from the quarter points along the length were cut from the roll fortesting.After selection and cutting of the samples, they were ready to be subjected to the expansion procedure. Eachsample, in turn, was grasped along the long edge and raised 18 inches above a hard, flat surface. The samplewas released and allowed to strike the surface. The sample was raised to 18 inches again and allowed tostrike the surface for a second time. The same sample was then grasped along the other edge, dropped twiceas noted, and then allowed to rest for a minimum of 5 minutes before thickness measurements were taken.After a minimum 5 minute rest period, the samples were placed face down onto a hard, flat surface. A pingauge with sliding depth disk was inserted into each specimen, either in 5 locations for 24in x 48in or 15in x48in samples, or 10 locations for roll samples as required by the standard.Based on the measurements taken, mass per unit area and densities were calculated.Test RequirementsAs this is a client request for Research and Development purposes, no test requirements were given.Test ResultsCompany A ‐ R38 Kraft Paper BattsSample:Thickness (mm)Specimen123ENDAverageDate Code1 2 3243 237 257261 227 257257 237 267230 229 242248 233 25611/07/1342602662672382585 6260253266240255789SpecimenMass Dimensions(inches)Specimen Area Volume10 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length 7549.98Mass perUnit 5000.543750(lb/ft³)0.6370.6330.6620.7270.664THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 4 of 8Test Results continuedCompany B ‐ 1/2 Roll ‐ R21Sample:Thickness (mm)Specimen123ENDAverageDate Code1 2 3150 148 146150 159 146151 149 149129 158 149145 154 0160158Thickness (mm)1 2 3166 155 146159 143 143176 174 186150 152 151162 157 166163 156 15801 13 16 ecimen Area VolumeMass perUnit 60.523Specimen Area VolumeMass perUnit 4930.50510 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length (inch²)150 1495.93.815931395161 1546.14.015931395147 1505.93.815931395156 1455.73.215931395154 nMass Dimensions(inches)10 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length (inch²)137 1536.01.41548720176 1686.61.41548720162 1777.01.41548720155 1606.31.41548720146 1596.31.41548720155 any A ‐ R30 Kraft Paper BattsSample:Thickness (mm)Specimen12345AverageDate CodeMass perUnit AreaSpecimen Area VolumeCompany B ‐ 2x6 Wall Roll ‐ R19Sample:Specimen12345AverageDate CodeSpecimenMass Dimensions(inches)1 2 3245 247 246255 247 252262 256 265247 246 222252 258 251252 251 2474/19/1642512452452492542495 6246241245232260245789SpecimenMass Dimensions(inches)10 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length 498.587698.147232.507710.247521.56THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 5 of 8Test Results continuedCompany B ‐ R‐15 ‐ Wall RollSample:Thickness (mm)Specimen12345AverageDate Code1 2 399 95 91107 109 105110 105 105109 110 106100 98 105105 103 10204 08 16 05492981061081021015 68810610010110299789Thickness (mm)1 2 3238 238 253245 255 243260 252 268246 254 255245 250 234247 250 25112 11 15 0342402352252582522425 .0451.1591.1421.2021.073VolumeMass perUnit 40.528Specimen Area VolumeMass perUnit AreaDensity(ft²)(in³)(lbs/ft²)10.44 9491.78 0.21063810.44 10030.61 0.24893610.44 9024.00 0.21063810.44 9083.21 0.21063810.44 9776.00 0.21063810.44 9481.12 0.218298(lb/ft³)0.4010.4480.4210.4190.3890.41610 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length 720(ft²)5.005.005.005.005.005.00SpecimenMass Dimensions Specimen Area(inches)10 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length (inch²) 685.332479.72.316487685.33Company B ‐ R‐19 Wall BattSample:SpecimenMass Dimensions(inches)5 6 7 8 9 10 Average (inches) (lbs) Width Length161 164 180 178 160 160 1606.32.21694175 150 175 179 176 156 1696.72.61694164 144 135 142 136 134 1526.02.21694160 155 146 152 152 134 1536.02.21694172 175 168 159 161 170 1656.52.21694166 158 161 162 157 151 1606.32.31694Thickness (mm)Specimen12345AverageDate CodeMass perUnit AreaSpecimen Area VolumeCompany B ‐ R‐30 Attic BattSample:Specimen12345AverageDate CodeSpecimenMass Dimensions(inches)1 2 3145 149 160189 187 157173 165 166155 159 147162 165 149165 165 15611 15 16 04ConclusionAs this is a client request for Research and Development purposes, conclusions are to be made by the client.THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 6 of 82.0 THERMAL RESISTANCE TESTING AS PER ASTM C518-15Test ProcedureThree specimens from each of the sampled product were subjected to thermal testing. Where applicable, 24inx 24in specimens were cut from the sample material. Where 24in wide pieces were not practical, a 15in x 15inpiece was cut and additional insulation was placed surrounding the specimen. Specimens were cut from theleft, center and right sides of insulation batts and were allowed to condition for a minimum of 40 hours at 23oC 2oC and 50% 5% relative humidity prior to testing.Test RequirementsAs specified by the client, each sample was to be tested at the “end-use” thickness. For example, insulationbatt manufactured for 2x4 wall construction was tested at 3.5 inches. Insulation batts that measured over 8inches in thickness were compressed and tested at 8 inches as this is the maximum height allowed by the heatflow meter.Test ResultsThermal Testing ResultsCompany A - R38 Kraft ivityResistivityLocation Thickness Resistancefrom Batt (inches) (hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 3.202Thermal Testing ResultsCompany B - 1/2 Roll - sistivityLocation Thickness Resistancefrom Batt (inches) (hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 3.499THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 7 of 8Test Results continuedThermal Testing ResultsCompany B - 2x6 Wall Roll - sistivityLocation Thickness Resistancefrom Batt (inches) (hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 3.010Thermal Testing ResultsCompany A - R30 Kraft ivityResistivityLocation Thickness Resistancefrom Batt (inches) (hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 3.107Thermal Testing ResultsCompany B - R-15 - Wall esistivityLocation Thickness Resistancefrom Batt(inches) (hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 3.985Thermal Testing ResultsCompany B - R-30 Attic esistivityLocation Thickness Resistancefrom Batt (inches) (hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 3.217THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

Client: Icynene Inc.Report No: T849-49Date: June 15th, 2016Page 8 of 8Test Results continuedThermal Testing ResultsCompany B - R-19 Wall BattSpecimenLocationfrom tivityResistivity(hr ft²F/BTU) (BTU in/hr ft² F) (hr ft² F/BTU 716.510.33313.013ConclusionAs this is a client request for Research and Development purposes, conclusions are to be made by the client.****End of Report****THIS REPORT IS THE CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE CLIENT ADDRESSED. THE REPORT MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN FULL. PUBLICATION OF EXTRACTS FROM THIS REPORT ISNOT PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM QAI. ANY LIABILITY ATTACHED THERETO IS LIMITED TO THE FEE CHARGED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT FILE REFERENCED.THE RESULTS OF THIS REPORT PERTAIN ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC SAMPLE(S) EVALUATED.

ASTM C167-15 – Standard Test Method for Thickness and Density of Blanket or . Batt Thermal Insulations. TEST RESULTS: The various insulations were tested to ASTM C518 and ASTM C167 with a summary of results available on Page 2 of this report. Prepared By Signed for and on behalf of. QAI Laboratories Ltd. Robert Giona Matt Lansdowne Senior Technologist Business Manager . Page 1 of 8 . THIS .

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