Sound Planning’s acoustic floors have been developed and fully tested to maximise their noise reduction performance; they have been stringently assessed by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).

Showcasing a new and simple method of achieving up to 90 minutes integrity and sound insulation, they also meet the correct airborne and impact requirements of the new Approved Document Part E of the Building Regulations Act.

Our acoustic floors are suitable for new builds or the refurbishment/ conversion of different buildings such as:

  • Houses
  • Flats
  • Offices
  • Shops
  • Hotels
  • Nursing homes
  • Museums and libraries
  • Schools
  • Churches
  • Theatres
  • Shopping centres
  • Oil refineries

Advantages

  • Durable construction
  • Excellent acoustic performance
  • Aesthetic value
  • Tarnish proof
  • Stress-free maintenance

Components

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A = BRC multi panel acoustic panel 1200 x 600 x 30mm with flanking band

B = Typical 18mm T&G chipboard or plywood deck

C = 100mm Isowool 1000 insulation

D = Resilient bar fixed @ 400mm centres

E = Two layers of acoustic plasterboard each 15mm thickness

F = Timber joists 50mm x 235mm @ 450mm centres

Test Results

Independent site test performance:

  • Weighted airborne sound reduction index: DnT,w 59 dB – Ctr (-4) = 55 dB
  • Weighted normalised impact sound pressure level: LnT,w = 50 dB

Contact Us

With all your acoustic floor enquiries, please call 01252 711972 or email us at enquiries@soundplanning.co.uk.