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F6860.02-113-11-R0ACOUSTICAL PERFORMANCE TEST REPORTASTM E 90 AND ASTM E 492Rendered toCOMMERCIALUNITEDPLASTICS sterUnited ith withCommercialAcousticsFloorBlokkerSpecimen Type: Concrete Slab - 152 mmOverall Size: 3023 mm by 3632 mmSTCIIC5056Test Specimen Identification:Floor Topping: 4 mm Novalis Stainmaster Premier Luxury Vinyl PlankFloor Underlayment: 3.89 mm CommercialUnited PlasticsdB-4 ProUnderlaymentAcousticsFloorBlocker UnderlaymentFloor Slab: 152 mm Concrete SlabReference should be made to Intertek-ATI Report F6860.02-113-11 for complete test specimendescription. This page alone is not a complete report.130 Derry CourtaaYork, PA 17406aawww.archtest.com · www.intertek.com/buildingp. 717.764.7700f. 717.764.4129

F6860.02-113-11-R0Page 1 of 4Acoustical Performance Test 511 Hay Street1519W.NorthCypressStreet 27030Mount Airy,CarolinaTampa, FL 33606ReportTest DateReport DateF6860.02-113-1103/22/1604/01/16Project ScopeArchitectural Testing, Inc., a subsidiary of Intertek (Intertek-ATI), was contracted to conductairborne sound transmission loss and impact sound transmission tests. The complete test data isincluded as attachments to this report. The client provided the test specimen. The specimen wasconstructed on the date of testing.Test MethodsThe acoustical tests were conducted in accordance with the following standards. The equipmentlisted in the attachments meets the requirements of the following standards.ASTM E 90-09, Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airborne SoundTransmission Loss of Building PartitionsASTM E 413-10, Classification for Rating Sound InsulationASTM E 492-09, Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Impact SoundTransmission Through Floor-Ceiling Assemblies Using the Tapping MachineASTM E 989-06 (2012), Classification for Determination of Impact Insulation Class (IIC)ASTM E 2235-04 (2012) Standard Test Method for Determination of Decay Rates for Use inSound Insulation Test MethodsTest ProcedureAll testing was conducted in the VT test chambers at Intertek-ATI located in York,Pennsylvania. The microphones were calibrated before conducting the tests.The airborne transmission loss test was conducted in accordance with the ASTM E 90 testmethod using the single direction method. Two background noise sound pressure level and fivesound absorption measurements were conducted at each of five microphone positions. Foursound pressure level measurements were made simultaneously in both rooms, at each of fivemicrophone positions.130 Derry CourtaaYork, PA 17406aawww.archtest.com · www.intertek.com/buildingp. 717.764.7700f. 717.764.4129

F6860.02-113-11-R0Page 2 of 4Test Procedure (Continued)The impact sound transmission test was conducted in accordance with the ASTM E 492 testmethod. Two background noise sound pressure level, two sound pressure level measurementswith the tapping machine operating at each position specified by ASTM E 492, and five soundabsorption measurements were conducted at each of five microphone positions.The air temperature and relative humidity conditions were monitored and recorded during allmeasurements.Test ConditionsSource RoomAverage TemperatureReceive Room19.4 CAverage Relative HumidityAverage Temperature54%21.3 CAverage Relative Humidity52%Test CalculationsThe STC (Sound Transmission Class) and IIC (Impact Insulation Class) ratings were calculatedin accordance with ASTM E 413 and ASTM E 989, respectively.Test Specimen Materials and Installation DetailsMaterialPremier LuxuryVinyl PlankDimensions(mm)1219 by 152.44.0Novalis StainmasterQuantity10.98 m²AverageWeight7.96 kg/m²Note: Adhered to the underlayment with XL Brands Stix Essential RES Aerosol Spray Adhesive permanufacturer's specifications7620 by 1219UnderlaymentThicknessManufacturer and Series(mm)3.9United PlasticsdB-4 ProCommercialAcousticsFloor Blokker 10.98 m²4.14 kg/m²Note: Loose laid with seams taped. The underlayment was composed of a 0.75 lb. mass-loaded EVAwith an attached polyester fiber layer.3023 by 3632152.0N/A10.98 m²366.18 kg/m²Concrete SlabNote: The concrete slab was installed in a test frame flush to the source room.CommentsThe total weight of the floor/ceiling assembly was 4153.6 kg. Intertek-ATI will store samplesof the test specimen for four years. Photographs of the test specimen are included in theattachments. A drawing of the test specimen is included in the attachments.

F6860.02-113-11-R0Page 3 of 4Intertek-ATI will service this report for the entire test record retention period. Test records,such as detailed drawings, datasheets, representative samples of test specimens, or otherpertinent project documentation, will be retained by Intertek-ATI for the entire test recordretention period. The test record retention period ends four years after the test date.This report does not constitute certification of this product nor an opinion or endorsement bythis laboratory. It is the exclusive property of the client so named herein and relates only to thespecimen tested. This report is intended to help in the client’s quality assurance program, but itdoes not represent a continuous or exhaustive evaluation of the specimen tested or of otherproducts or materials that were not evaluated. The statements and data provided herein do notconstitute approval, disapproval, certification, or acceptance of performance or materials.This report may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval ofIntertek-ATI.FOR INTERTEK-ATI:David M. DacheuxTechnician II - Acoustical TestingJordan StrybosProject Manager - Acoustical TestingAttachments (7 Pages): This report is complete only when all attachments are included.* Stated by Client/ManufacturerN/A - Non Applicable

F6860.02-113-11-R0Page 4 of 4Revision inal Report IssueThis report produced from controlled document template ATI 00629(d), Revised 02/09/15.

mentManufacturerModelATI NumberDate ofCalibrationData Acquisition UnitNational InstrumentsPXI-10336376306/14Microphone CalibratorNorsonic1251INT0012701/16Receive Room MicrophoneScantek378B206374805/15Receive Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206374405/15Receive Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206374505/15Receive Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206374605/15Receive Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206374705/15Receive Room 15Source Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206373804/15Source Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206373904/15Source Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206374004/15Source Room MicrophonePCB Piezotronics378B206374204/15Source Room MicrophoneScantek378B206374104/15Source Room EnvironmentalIndicatorCometT75106381211/15Tapping MachineLook Line s.r.l.EM50 (TM50) 6535102/16** The calibration frequency for this equipment is every two years per the manufacturer's recommendation.Test ChambersVT Receive Room Volume158.86 m³VT Source Room Volume190 m³Page 1 of 7

F6860.02-113-11-R0AIRBORNE SOUND TRANSMISSION LOSSASTM E 90Test DateData File No.ClientDescription03/22/16F6860.02United PlasticsCorporationCommercialAcoustics4 mm Novalis Stainmaster Premier Luxury Vinyl Plank, 3.89 mm CommercialUnited Plastics dB-4ProUnderlayment,152 mmConcrete SlabAcousticsFloor BlokkerUnderlayment,152 Concrete SlabSpecimen AreaTechnician10.98 m²David M. 16.714.15.515.35.617.35.821.56.227.26.333.8STC .800.800.50-(Sound Transmission Class)(Sum of Deficiencies)1) Receive Room levels less than 5 dB above the Background levels are highlighted in yellow.2) Specimen TL levels listed in red indicate the lower limit of the transmission loss.3) Specimen TL levels listed in green indicate that there has been a filler wall correction appliedATI 00614 Revised 02/09/15Page 2 of 7

F6860.02-113-11-R0AIRBORNE SOUND TRANSMISSION LOSSASTM E 90Test DateData File No.ClientDescription03/22/16F6860.02United PlasticsCorporationCommercialAcoustics4 mm Novalis Stainmaster Premier Luxury Vinyl Plank, 3.89 mm CommercialUnited Plastics dB-4AcousticsFloor BlokkerUnderlayment,ProUnderlayment,152 mmConcrete Slab152 Concrete SlabSpecimen AreaTechnician10.98 m²David M. DacheuxAirborne Sound Transmission Loss10090Sound Transmission Loss (dB)8070605040302010Specimen TLContour Curve8000400020001000500250125630Frequency (Hz)ATI 00614 Revised 02/09/15Page 3 of 7

F6860.02-113-11-R0IMPACT SOUND TRANSMISSIONASTM E 492Test DateData File No.ClientDescription03/22/16F6860.02United PlasticsCorporationCommercialAcoustics4 mm Novalis Stainmaster Premier Luxury Vinyl Plank, 3.89 mm CommercialUnited Plastics dB-4Pro Underlayment,152 mmConcrete SlabAcousticsFloor BlokkerUnderlayment,152 Concrete SlabSpecimen AreaTechnician10.98 m²David M. DacheuxFreqBackground .215.317.521.526.933.4IIC RatingDeficienciesNote:561695%NumberNormalized 0.3100.4110.5110.6-(Impact Insulation Class)(Sum of Deficiencies)Receive Room levels less than 5 dB above the Background levels are highlighted in yellow.ATI 00615 Revised 02/09/15Page 4 of 7

F6860.02-113-11-R0IMPACT SOUND TRANSMISSIONASTM E 492Test DateData File No.ClientDescription03/22/16F6860.02United PlasticsCorporationCommercialAcoustics4 mm Novalis Stainmaster Premier Luxury Vinyl Plank, 3.89 mm CommercialUnited Plastics dB-4Pro Underlayment,152 mmConcrete SlabAcousticsFloor BlokkerUnderlayment,152 Concrete SlabSpecimen AreaTechnician10.98 m²David M. ct Insulation Class (IIC)Sound Pressure Level (dB)Impact Sound Transmission100Normalized Impact SPLContour Curve8000400020001000500250125110630Frequency (Hz)ATI 00615 Revised 02/09/15Page 5 of 7

F6860.02-113-11-R0PhotographsSource Room View of Test Specimen InstallationSource Room View of Test Specimen InstallationReceive Room View of Test Specimen InstallationPage 6 of 7

F6860.02-113-11-R0Drawing1-Floor Topping2-Underlayment3-Concrete SlabPage 7 of 7

ASTM E 989-06 (2012), Classification for Determination of Impact Insulation Class (IIC) ASTM E 2235-04 (2012) Standard Test Method for Determination of Decay Rates for Use in Sound Insulation Test Methods Test Procedure All testing was conducted in the VT test chambers at Intertek-ATI located in York, Pennsylvania. The microphones were calibrated before conducting the tests. The airborne .

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