Would you trust anything this manufacturer says?

This test data was taken from a product data sheet for a wall panel product. The highlighted items show inconsistencies that impede legibility and raise questions about how carefully the company is in presenting its data. The errors in interpretation of test standards raise questions about the competency of the testing laboratory and the company's technical. These flaws raise questions about the accuracy of the other material in the manufacturer's presentation.
ORANGE Inconsistent Capitalization: One line has only first word capitalized, second line has both words capitalized.

LIGHT BLUE   Why is the zero doubled? The ASTM standard uses only a single zero. 

MUSTARD      The ASTM standard does not have a pass/fail option. It requires a value expressed as time.
DARK BLUE  Inconsistent use of Abbreviations: Why is it PSI in some locations and psi in another?
Even though they mean the same thing, the inconsistency impedes legibility.

PURPLE I have never seen "pound" abbreviated as "Lb". It is typically "lb" and sometimes "LB". The unusual capitalization impedes legibility.

GREEN AND RED  The green values are rounded. I know this because the precise values are shown in another piece of literature.  I like rounded numbers; they are easier to read and interpret and just as accurate given the precision of the test.  Why then are the red numbers not rounded?

Errors of these sorts occur too frequently in product literature. If you are responsible for your company's technical literature, use a good technical editor or specification consultant to review your documents before they are published.