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Black Foam HD EVA Vinyl Acoustic Floor Underlayment 150kg/M3
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|Width||1.1m / 3.6ft||Density||150kg/m3|
HD EVA Acoustic Floor Underlayment,
Vinyl Floor Underlay 150kg/m3,
HD EVA Vinyl Floor Underlay
HD EVA 1.5mm Thickness + 0.15mm PE Film Underlayment for LVT, SPC, Laminate, Floated Flooring Flooring Underlayment
This is designed for floating floor installations - LVT, SPC, laminate, hardwood and bamboo. A Premium closed cell structure underlayment with attached moisture barrier. It reduces through the floor sound transmission while providing a sound similar to traditional wood floors. This underlayment is with a 1.5 mm thickness foam layer that provides optimal cushioning and sound absorption, as well as a closed cell foam design that offers excellent moisture vapor resistance. It coordinates the comfort with your floorings.
|Product||special EVA Foam covered with black PE film|
|Type||Soundproof EVA + Vapor Barrier|
|Construction||1.5mm Thick black high density EVA Foam & 0.15mm Thick black PE film|
|Weight per Roll||13.2lbs|
|Subfloor Compatibility||All Types Floor|
|STC (Sound Transmission Class)||ASTM E90. 71dB|
|IIC (Impact Insulation Class)||ASTM E90. 73dB|
|Thermal Conductivity(R Value)||0.039W/(m·K)|
|Qty. In 20 GP||9600SQ.M. (500Rolls)|
|Qty. In 40 HQ||21000SQ.M.(1100Rolls)|
|Recommended Usage||Residential & Light Commercial|
|Embossed Pattern For Choose||Water Cube(lozenge) pattern.Rice Pattern.
- For use under LVT, SPC, WPC.laminate, bamboo and engineered wood floated floors
- High density, closed cell structure offers moisture, mold and mildew resistance
- 1.5mm Thick EVA + 0.15mm PE film.Sound insulating construction.
- Cover area 200 sq. ft. per roll
- Anti-slip.Tape and overlap ensure quick installation
- Features cushioning and reduction in sound transference
- IIC (Impact Insulation Class) Rating is 73dB
- STC (Sound Transmission Class) is 71dB
- Sound Transmission Reduction 19 db
- Non-allergenic, odorless, and non-toxic
What is the Purpose of Underlayment
Walking on a creaky floor just feels off… it makes the floors quality just seem… poor. However, the quality of the floor could actually be excellent. If so, what else could be causing this uncomfortable creaking noise? The creaking could actually be caused by whats underneath the floor, the sub-floor. Imperfections in the sub-floor can cause your planks to bend and bending can cause creaking. Underlayment can easily fix minor imperfections, which leads us to our first purpose of underlayment.
Sound Reduction & Noise Dampening
Underlayment can cover the minor imperfections of the sub-floor making the height difference less dramatic, preventing creaks and squeaks. For click-together flooring, underlayment supports the click-lock system preventing any potential noise issues.
Underlayment also dampens the noise that travels room-to-room. A nice dense underlayment will absorb sound better than a thin one. This means that people walking around upstairs footsteps will be dampened, and even sound from the room beside you will be dampened. All these benefits contribute to your floor sounding sturdy underfoot.
Compression resistance put simply, is what protects your floors from impacts. Constant foot traffic on your flooring can risk developing signs of wear. Your flooring can become dented in areas and ultimately, uneven. A quality underlayment will help absorb the impact of constant foot traffic and extend the life of your floors tremendously!
Moisture Protection (particularly with concrete sub-floor)
Some underlayments come with a pre-attached moisture barrier. You might be wondering why would I need a moisture barrier? Well with wooden sub-floors the moisture barrier is meant to protect your sub-floor from spills. The moisture barrier prevents liquid from getting to and swelling your wooden sub-floor.
While dealing with concrete sub-floors, the goal of the moisture barrier is to prevent moisture from making contact with the bottom side of your flooring. If you have moisture sensitive flooring with no moisture barrier on a concrete sub-floor, your floors will be exposed to moisture from the concrete and will swell and even possibly start to mold. If you install floors resilient to moisture so you don’t need a moisture barrier, it is still best to have one. The moisture will affect the air in your basement, making the humidity higher.