CMS Acoustics delivers sound control system
Regupol 4515 Eco
Regupol 4515 Eco, the high performance impact sound system from CMS Acoustics, has been installed at The Heights, Bedford, a conversion of the former BT Tower office block into apartments.
Specialist subcontractor, Westbury Carpets installed Regupol 4515 Eco to achieve cost effective Part E compliance when converting the commercial premises into dwellings.
Composed of recycled rubber crumb and cork, Regupol 4515 Eco is a versatile acoustic underlay and widely specified for residential developments.
It offers zero Global Warming Potential (GWP) and zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP), boasting no environmental impact during the manufacturing process.
As the construction programme scheduled installation of the acoustic underlay on a floor-by-floor basis, a manufacturer was required that could fulfil a large quantity order and deliver the material to site at the required intervals.
CMS Acoustics supplied 3,000m of 3mm Regupol 4515 Eco over a number of weeks.
It is compatible for use with both concrete and timber based constructions.
The impact sound system also delivers effective acoustic performance under a wide range of floor finishes, which in this instance included carpet and ceramic tiles.
Supplied in standard thicknesses of 3 and 4.5mm, Regupol 4515 Eco effectively keeps construction heights to a minimum, crucial in maintaining floor to ceiling heights in building renovations.
Available exclusively nationwide through CMS Acoustics, Regupol 4515 Eco offers an effective method of sound insulation by attenuating impact sound at source.
The acoustic underlay is available in rolls of 20 and 12m.
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