Acoustic floor system with high mass levels reduces noise transmission

  • 9 Sep 2014

Suitable for use in residential, commercial and healthcare sectors, the product incorporates acoustic rubber to enable a high level of acoustic performance to be achieved in areas with excessive levels of noise from people, technology or traffic.
Adhering to Building Regulations Part E for England and Wales; Section 5 for Scotland; and Part G for Northern Ireland, Hush Mat 15 can be used over timber or concrete floor structures or under most floor finishes to improve airborne sound insulation.

UK Building Regulations require airborne and impact sound sources to be controlled to allow occupants of a dwelling to carry out normal activities such as sleep and rest without noise impacting on their general health.

The system allows installers to easily cut the material with a long bladed trimming knife and shape it by using large scissors, tin snips or a circular saw for large numbers of straight cuts.

Airborne sound insulation, such as Hush Mat 15, works to reduce noise such as speech or from televisions being transmitted from one part of a building to another through separating floors, walls and ceilings.

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

Phone: 0151 933 2026
Fax: 0151 944 1146

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