Temple-Inland's ComfortGuard Sounds Off

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September 01, 2009


ComfortGuard features two specially engineered gypsum panels — each including a mold- and moisture-resistant core and facers — laminated using a viscoelastic polymer. The pliable adhesive between its two rigid panels effectively interrupts the transmission of noise vibrations through partition assemblies. Temple-Inland's ComfortGuard produces an STC value of 47 compared with 30 for standard gypsum board. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23726-309

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