Our perimeter isolation strips consist of expanded, closed cell, plank, polyethylene foam that meets ASTM D 1056 and ASTM D 3575 standards. This accessory is an economical, lightweight, flexible, compressible, resilient, non-absorbent, and inherent bond breaker that minimizes lateral sound transmission.
Perimeter Isolation Strips are 6mm thick x 2.5" wide and are sold in 50LF rolls.
Highly concentrated Green Seal™ certified E-Cleaner is available in a one-gallon container and is effective for all routine cleaning jobs. It can be used for damp mopping, scrubbing, spray and wipe cleaning, or with a hand bucket and cloth.
Coverage Rates:Initial Cleaning – one gallon for every 2,000-square-feet of rubber (15-square-feet per ounce)
Creating a new standard in floor finishing, E-Finish combines an unequaled level of environmental preference with performance, surpassing conventional floor finishing technologies. It gives a tough, black-mark resistant shine with no powdering. E-Finish excels with all maintenance systems, including scrub and recoat, spray buff, and burnish. It contains no Polymers or Urethane and meets ASTM D2047-93 requirements for slip resistance.
E-Grip Evolve is a proprietary, high performance, wet-set adhesive that is ideal for use with Sound Reducer, sheet vinyl, and LVT and plank. Available in four gallon pails.Coverage Rates:
This one-component, solvent-free, urethane adhesive is a revolutionary zero VOC-calculated product featuring low odor and improved tack properties for easy application and flat, concealed seams. It is available in two and four gallon pails.
E-Releasable Adhesive has been specifically designed to provide both permanent and releasable bonds for rubber-backed carpet tile. Available in four gallon pails.Coverage Rates:
Fast acting with low odor, E-Strip removes multiple layers of finish, without harsh alkalies and other conventional components. E-Strip is available in a one-gallon container.
Coverage Rates:Heavy Soil Removal = one gallon for every 1,250-square-feet of rubber (10-square-feet per ounce)