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Floating Acoustic Floors comply with Robust Details

  • 8 May 2015

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The Robust Details Scheme measures the ‘resistance to the passage of sound’ in separating walls and floors in new builds.

Hush Acoustics’ Floating Acoustic Floors are made in compliance of the Robust Details Scheme

A Robust Detail is defined by two measures; the first being that any separating floor or wall must consistently demonstrate compliance with the performance standards in the Building Regulations (Document Part E).

This is independently assessed by Robust Details Limited.

Approval also depends on the material being practical to build on site and being ‘reasonably tolerant to workmanship’.

If a material has been designed to Robust Detail standards, PCT does not have to be carried out, as it is deemed to have been produced to a highly specific, quality standard.

Complying with Robust Details

The Floating Acoustic Floors range from Hush Acoustics’ has demonstrated compliance with Part E of the Building Regulations and the Robust Details Scheme.

The flooring range consists of structural boards and overlay boards. The structural boards are compatible with a range of Hush systems and are developed with easy installation in mind.

The overlay boards are designed to be used in a myriad of residential and commercial settings.

The soundproofing boards are available with installation documentation, technical details and online support.

Hush Acoustics,
44 Canal Street,
South Sefton,
Liverpool,
Merseyside,
United Kingdom,
L20 8QU

Phone: 0151 933 2026
Fax: 0151 944 1146

Visit Hush Acoustics' website

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