By including a layer of Isocrete Acoustic K foam within the floor, it is possible to reduce the passage of airborne sound. Many high-rise developments in particular have found this to be an effective way to create a quiet ambiance within multi-occupancy buildings.
Isocrete Acoustic K foam exceeds the requirements of Approved Document E of the Building Regulation 2003, which governs resistance to the passage of sound. This regulation sets the level of airborne sound performance at min 45Db and impact sound performance at max 62Db.
The following systems are available in Flowcrete UK's range of Acoustic Insulation...
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|Isocrete Acoustic K||System Data Sheets|
|Isocrete Acoustic K UFH||System Data Sheets|
|Flooring Guide for Healthcare Environments||Flooring Schematics|
|The Floorzone||Product Flyers|
|Commercial Flooring||Product Flyers|
|Taking the Headache out of Flooring Specification for Facilities Managers||eBooks|
|Flooring Specification: The 7 Deadly Sins||eBooks|