Fire rated and acoustic sealing and bonding from Hush UK

  • 15 May 2015

Noise is transmitted in buildings by both airborne and impact sound sources and UK Building Regulations requires that both these noise types are controlled.

Acoustic testing confirms sealing all air paths in a separating floor or wall construction will help to ensure acoustic performance levels are met.

Sound will pass through any gaps therefore the Hush Acoustic Sealant is a integral part of any acoustic system.

Hush Acoustic Sealant

Features & Benefits

  • Versatile and cconomic
  • Designed to improve acoustic performance with the Hush Acoustic Systems by sealing air leakage points.
  • Fire Rated
  • Acoustically tested
  • Provides up to 5 hours fire resistance, tested to BS 476
  • Acoustic rated to BS EN ISO 140/3
  • Tested for air permeability to EN13141-1

Link above for Data Sheet including more detail on Building Regulations regarding acoustics

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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