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GA ASW 1000

Steel Stud (Non-load-bearing)
Area Seperation Wall
Fire Rating

2 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

3-1/2"

Suitable for attic space.

  • Air Cavity - Min. 3/4 in. thick air space
  • Steel Studs -"H" shaped studs, 2 in. deep by 1-3/8 in. wide, min. 25 ga. spaced max. 24 in
  • Gypsum Board - Two layers of 1 in. thick by nom. 2 ft. wide gypsum liner panels friction fit
  • Air Cavity -Min. 3/4 in. thick air space

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Fire Test

GA ASW 2600

Steel Stud (Non-load-bearing)
Area Separation Wall
Fire Rating

3 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

6"

  • Gypsum Board - 1/2 in. thick gypsum board - SHEETROCK Brand Gypsum Panels - 1/2 in.
  • Wood Studs - 2 in. x 4 in. wood studs max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets - 3 in. mineral wool batt insulation
  • Air Space - 3/4 in. of air space layer
  • Steel Studs - 2 in. H-Stud 24 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board - Two layers of 1 in. thick by nom. 2 ft. wide gypsum liner panels inserted in shaft wall studs - SHEETROCK Brand Gypsum Liner Panel
  • Air Space - 3/4 in. of air space layer
  • Wood Studs - 2 in. x 4 in. wood studs max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets - 3 in. mineral wool batt insulation
  • Gypsum Board - 1/2 in. thick gypsum board - SHEETROCK Brand Gypsum Panels - 1/2 in.

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Fire Test

GA-WP-8131

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

5-1/8"

  • Cement Board - 1/2 in. or 5/8 in. thick gypsum board, applied horizontally or vertically
  • Sheathing Materials -Min. 15/32 in. thick, 4 ft. wide, wood structural panels, min. grade "sheathing" applied vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U301

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

2 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

6"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. by 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board - Two layers of 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally

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Fire Test

UL U302

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

2 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

10-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - Two layers of 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. by 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Gypsum Sheathing (non-rated) -1/2 in. thick gypsum sheathing (non-rated) applied horizontally
  • Corrugated Wall Ties -3/4 in. thick by 6-5/8 in. thick long, 20 MSG galv steel. Attached to each stud with 2-3/8 in. thick long 8d cement coated nails, every sixth course of bricks
  • Clay Face Bricks -2-1/4 in. by 3-3/4 in. by 8 in. with cored holes, laid in full bed of mortar 3/8 to 1/2 in. thick consisting of three parts of clean sharp sand to one part of portland cement (proportioned by vol) and 15 percent hydrated lime (by cement vol)

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Fire Test

UL U303

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

5-1/8"

  • Cement Board - 1/2 in. thick or 5/8 in. thick cement board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Sheathing Materials -Min 15/32 in. thick, 4 ft. wide, wood structural panels, min. grade "sheathing" applied vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U305

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: RAL-TL11-172
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

33

Thickness (in.)

4-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U305

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: USG-860807
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

37

Thickness (in.)

4-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced 24 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U305

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: RAL-TL11-130 / RAL-TL11-173
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

34

Thickness (in.)

4-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC, effectively firestopped
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U305

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

4-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC, effectively firestopped
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick, 2 ft. wide gypsum board, tongue and groove edge, applied horizontally to one side of the assembly

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Fire Test

UL U305

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: RAL-TL11-129 / RAL-TL15-048
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

32

Thickness (in.)

4-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically

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Fire Test

UL U308

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

2 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

6"

  • Gypsum Board - Two layers of 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Cement Board -1/2 in. or 5/8 in. thick gypsum board, applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U311

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: SA-830702
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

52

Thickness (in.)

5-1/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Resilient Channel -25 ga. furring channels installed horizontally spaced 24 in. OC
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3 in. thick mineral wool batts or glass fiber insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U314

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

4-3/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs max. 24 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U317

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Fire Rating

0.75 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

4-1/2"

  • Gypsum Board - 1/2 in. thick, 4 ft. board applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood stud spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Gypsum Board -1/2 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically

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Fire Test

UL U327

Wood Studs
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: RAL-TL11-082
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

46

Thickness (in.)

5-1/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically
  • Resilient Channel -25 ga. furring channels installed horizontally spaced 24 in. OC
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3-1/2 in. thick fiberglass insulation friction fit in thick stud spaces
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically
Fire Test

UL U327

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: RAL-TL11-083
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

48

Thickness (in.)

5-1/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically
  • Resilient Channel -25 ga. furring channels installed horizontally spaced 24 in. OC
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3-1/2 in. thick fiberglass insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically

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Fire Test

UL U327

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

5-1/4"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically
  • Resilient Channel -25 ga. furring channels installed horizontally spaced 24 in. OC
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 24 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3-1/2 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation or 3 in. thick fiberglass insulation
  • Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied vertically

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Fire Test

UL U329

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Exterior Walls
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

N/A

Thickness (in.)

4-7/8"

  • Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum sheathing applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3-1/2 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation
  • Cement Board -1/2 in. or 5/8 in. thick board, applied horizontally or vertically
  • Bond Coat for Setting Tile -Latex modified portland cement mortar or .1 type I organic adhesive applied with a notched trowel
  • Ceramic Tile -1/4 in. thick ceramic tile

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Fire Test

UL U329 or GA-WP-3441

Wood Stud (Load-bearing)
Interior Partitions
Sound Test: USG-840404
Fire Rating

1 hr.

STC

37

Thickness (in.)

5"

  • Ceramic Tile - 1/4 in. thick ceramic tile
  • Cement Board -1/2 in. thick board, applied horizontally or vertically
  • Wood Studs -2 in. x 4 in. wood studs spaced max. 16 in. OC
  • Batts and Blankets -Min. 3-1/2 in. thick mineral wool batt insulation
  • Cement Board -1/2 in. thick board, applied horizontally or vertically
  • Ceramic Tile -1/4 in. thick ceramic tile

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Disclaimer: Most of the published USG sound tests in Design Studio are performed in a laboratory environment. Every detail in the construction of these assemblies is critical in order to achieve the best possible result. When you go from a laboratory to the real world, there are variables that affect the movement of sound that cannot be reproduced in a laboratory. For this reason, we recommend consulting with a local acoustician to insure the highest level of performance for sound transmission.