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Hush FR Roofing Membrane

Hush Acoustics are able to design lightweight flat roof constructions which meet a variety of airborne and impact noise requirements. a Hush Acoustics lightweight flat roofing solution can accommodate both airborne and rain impact noise performance requirements, while still delivering significant benefits in terms of thermal insulation, outstanding performance and project costs.

Hush Isolation Tape

Hush self adhesive isolation tape has been designed as an isolating layer to be used under timber/metal stud walls or on top of floor joists. The Hush isolation tape is also used as a perimeter isolation for the Hush Wall System.

Hush Lay 11

Hush Lay 11 is a high performing Dute felt underlay. This is used as a impact sound reducing layer for under carpets or solid timber flooring. Due to its unique density Hush Lay 11 ensures the reduction of footfall noise transference from the final floor finish to the structure. This is a quick, simple and easy to install solution for domestic situations.

Hush Mat 12

Hush Mat 12 is a high performing acoustic floor system that has been uniquely engineered to reduce both impact and airborne sound when laid over a structure. The acoustic rubber mat ensures the highest levels of impact sound reduction are met and due to the products mass there is also a high level of airborne noise reduction. This is something that doesnt normally occur with an acoustic floor.

Hush Mat 15

Hush Mat 15 is a high performing acoustic floor system. This uniquely engineered acoustic rubber ensures superior acoustic performance is achieved when reducing impact sound. The product contains high levels of mass which in turn contributes to airborne sound reduction also, this is not normally the case with acoustic flooring.

Hush Multi Panel

Hush Multi Panel is an innovative acoustic multi purpose board that contains high levels of mass to ensure optimum acoustic performance. Hush Multi panel has been designed to ensure ceiling and wall linings can perform to the high acoustic levels required in modern day construction. Hush Multi Panel has been used as part of a decoupled ceiling system on resilient bars or suspended ceilings. It has also been used to great effect in reducing flanking transmission as part of a wall lining system.

Hush Over Screed Acoustic Membrane

Hush Over Screed Acoustic Membrane consists of a fine granulate of recycled rubber with a cork and PU elastomer bonding agent. Hush Over Screed Acoustic Membrane is a resilient layer suitable for use under most floor finishes. It has been developed for use many market sectors including Residential, Industrial, Educational, the Healthcare sector and the Leisure sector. Hush Over Screed Acoustic Membrane has been developed to meet the ctriteria of all UK Building Regulations including Document E, Section 5 and Part G.

Hush Panel 12/14

Hush-Panel 12/14 has been designed as a thinner impact overlay board to minimise floor build where required. The upper layer provides a uniformly smooth surface for application of floor finishes with with a unique 3/5mm acoustic membrane to the underside designed for use on top of concrete floors, thereby eliminating the problems of under-screed layers which may be bridged during site installation.

HUSH Panel 17 Floating Flooring

Hush-Panel 17 has been designed as a thinner overlay board to minimize floor build where required, without compromising performance. Hush-Panel 17 reduces impact sound transmission through separating floors, achieving excellent results. The upper layer of moisture resistant MDF provides a uniformly smooth surface for application of floor finishes.

Hush Panel 23

Hush Panel 23 has been designed as a thin overlay solution to reduce impact sound through concrete and other masonry structures. Masonry constructions achieve good levels of airborne sound reduction due to their mass but will fail the impact performance criteria set out in the Building Regulations without a suitable acoustic floor deck. The Hush Panel 23 has been designed with this in mind. It is a thin and economical solution for achieving the impact regulations over masonry structures.

Hush Panel 28

Hush-Panel 28 has been developed as a sound reducing floor panel that can be used as a structural or an overlay floor board. When used as an overlay board the Hushfelt resilient layer can be applied to help resolve any instance of undulating in the surface of the boards.

HUSH Panel 28 Floating Flooring

Hush-Panel 28 has been designed as a versatile impact reducing floor panel that can be used as a structural or an overlay board. When used as an overlay board the Hushfelt™ resilient layer can take care of minor undulations of the floor surface. Excellent results are achieved in both refurbishment and new build projects when using Hush-Panel 28 as part of a sound insulation system for separating floors.

HUSH Panel 32 Floating Flooring

Hush-Panel 32 has been designed as an impact reducing floor panel, with added ridgidity, that can be used as a structural or an overlay board. When used as a structural floor the stiffness of the upper layer accommodates wider joist centres, up to 600mm. A combination of the increase in mass and the Hushfelt™ resilient layer can produce superior results when used as part of a sound insulation system for separating floors.

Hush Panel 33

Hush Panel 33 has been designed as a versatile but high performing acoustic flooring to be used in timber frame development. The unique combination of Eco-Friendly acoustic felt and rubber barrier mat make the product perform to all UK Building Regulations Requirements whether this be Approved Document E (England & Wales), Section 5 (Scotland) or Part G (Norther Ireland). Not only does this high impact performing acoustic flooring achieve the UK Building Regulations standards but it also achieves Robust Details performance targets for timber frame development. Hush-Panel 33 unique composition makes it very easy to install and quick to use.

Hush Panel 37

Hush Panel 37 has been designed as a versatile and high perfuming acoustic flooring product to be used in conjunction with timber structures. The unique combination of Eco-Friendly acoustic felt and rubber barrier matting make the product perform to all UK Building Regulations whether this be Approved Document E (England & Wales), Section 5 (Scotland) or Part G (Northern Ireland). Not only does this high impact performing acoustic flooring achieve all UK Building Regulations Standards but it also achieves Robust Details performance targets for timber frame development. Hush Panel 37 can be laid in a overlay or straight to joist application. Hush Panel 37s unique composition makes it very easy to install and quick to use.

Hush Panel CEM 28

Hush Panel CEM 28 is a high mass acoustic floorboard that has been developed to increase both airborne and impact acoustic performance when used in an existing construction that is deemed to be very lightweight. By adding high amounts of mass to a lightweight construction the airborne noise performance is increased, something that doesnt normally occur when standard acoustic flooring is used.

HUSH Panel Premier 48 Floating Flooring

Hush-Panel 48 has been designed to enable an increase in floor height within refurbishment and new build projects. The combination of the Hushslab30™ resilientlayer to the underside and high density upper layer offers excellent acoustic qualities. The resilient layer can also take care of minor undulations of the floor surface.

HUSH Panel Premier 52 Floating Flooring

Hush-Panel 52 has been designed specifically to combine two core components, required to comply with Robust Details FFT4 over concrete and steel, to enable simplified installation. Hush-Panel 52 is also ideal for increasing floor height within refurbishment projects where pre-completion testing is required. The Hushslab30™ layer to the underside has excellent acoustic properties which can also take care of minor undulations of the floor surface.

HUSH Ply 28 Floating Flooring

Hush-Ply 28 has been designed as an impact reducing floor panel that can be used as a structural or an overlay board. Offering an alternative to the standard chipboard finish, Hush-Ply 28 is especially suitable for areas requiring extra moisture protection, such as kitchens and bathrooms and offers an excellent surface for application of the final flooring finish, whether using ceramic tiles or wooden flooring.

Hush Ply 32

Hush-Ply 32 has been designed as an impact reducing floor panel that can be used as a structural or an overlay board. Offering an alternative to the standard chipboard finish, Hush-Ply 32 is especially suitable for areas requiring extra moisture protection, such as kitchens and bathrooms and offers an excellent surface for application of the final flooring finish, whether using ceramic tiles or wooden flooring.

Hush Resilient Seatings

Hush Resilient Seatings are load bearing rubber strips that have been designed to isolate timber joisted construction, masonry construction and metal beam construction.

Hush Retrofit Panel

Hush RetroFit Panel is an innovative multi purpose board that contains high levels of mass to ensure optimum acoustic improvement to airborne noise issues in existing buildings.

Hush Screed Panel 30

Hush Screed Panel 30 is a high mass acoustic floorboard that has been developed to increase both airborne and impact acoustic performance in new build, conversion or refurbishment developments when the floor structure is deemed to be too lightweight for a standard acoustic panel.

HUSH Slab 100 Sound Absorber

Hush-Slab 100 has been developed to reduce airborne sound transmission through separating floors, ceilings and walls within both new build and refurbishment projects and is manufactured by a unique process, utilising renewable energy and a sustainable source of raw material. Hush-Slab 100 provides excellent acoustic performance, reducing airborne sound as part of a recommended sound insulating system for separating floors, ceilings or walls.

Hush Solar Extra PGR500

Hush Solar Sound Insulation Extra PGR5000 is made from granulatedrubber. The granules are treated with a PUR binder and pressed in a mould until reaching the desired specific weight. The cut to size sheets are laminated on one side with a UV and weather protection film with aluminium insert, which prevents plasticizer migration and thus the embrittlement of the roofing material.

Hush Suspended Ceilings

Hush Metal Frame Ceiling System is an accepted method of creating a decoupled acoustic ceiling below a joisted or concrete structure. This is one of the best ways to provide acoustic attenuation where the installation of a lowered ceiling is not a problem. Also allows for service voids to be created at ceiling level.

HUSH System 1 HD1006

- Complies with UK Building Regulations Approved Document E. - A fully developed sound insulation system between separating floors. - For use in refurbishment projects with timber structures incorporating lath and plaster ceilings. - Provides a 1 hour fire resistance at ceiling level.

HUSH System 2003 HD1012

HUSH System 2003 HD1012 - Complies with UK Building Regulations Approved Document E. - A fully developed economic sound insulation system between separating floors. - For use in refurbishment projectsn refurbishment projects using timber joists. - Provides a 1 hour fire resistance at ceiling level.

HUSH System 2003 Plus HD1013

HUSH System 2003 Plus HD1013 - UK Building Regulations Approved Document E new build compliant. - A fully developed economical sound insulation system between separating floors. - For use in new build or refurbishment projects using timber joists. - Provides a 1 hour fire resistance at ceiling level.

Hush System Batten 55 B/B HD1015

Complies with UK Building Regulations Approved Document E (England & Wales), Part G (Northern Ireland) and Section 5 (Scotland). A fully developed economical sound insulation system between separating floors For use in new build, conversion or refurbishment developments that have a beam and block structure with a minimum density of 260 kg/m2 Creates service voids above and below the floor structure Excellent acoustic performance due to voids above and below the structure

Hush System Batten HD1010

Complies with UK Building Regulations Approved Document E (England & Wales), Part G (Northern Ireland) and Section 5 (Scotland). A fully developed economical sound insulation system between separating floors For use in new build, conversion or refurbishment developments that have concrete structures of approximately 300 kg/m3 mass per unit area.

HUSH System BB HD1009

HUSH System BB HD1009 - Complies with UK Building Regulations Approved Document E. - A fully developed economical sound insulation system between separating floors. - For use in new build or refurbishment projects based on beam and block concrete structures.

Hush System HD1014 2003

The Hush HD1014 Acoustic system is used for both floors and ceilings and consists of Hush 28 floating floor boards, Hush Seal 20 and absorbers. Full specification and installation is available from the Hush Acoustics team.

Hush System HD1014 2003 Overlay

Complies to UK Building Regulations Approved Document E (England & Wales), Section 5 (Scotland) and Part G (Northen Ireland) Can be used in Conversion and Refurbishment developments A fully developed economical sound insulation system to be used to form a separating floor construction in refurbishment and conversion development with timber joists Provides a 1 hour fire resistance at ceiling level

Hush System HD1018 Overlay for Masonry

Complies with UK Building Regulations Approved Document E (England & Wales), Part G (Northern Ireland) and Section 5 (Scotland). A fully developed economical sound insulation system between separating floors For use in new build, conversion or refurbishment projects based on concrete structures at 400 kg/m ² minimum.

Hush System HD1019 2003 Advanced

Complies to UK Building Regulations Approved Document E (England & Wales), Section 5 (Scotland) and Part G (Northen Ireland) Can be used in Conversion, Refurbishment and New Build Development A fully developed economical sound insulation system between separating floors for use in refurbishment projects using timber joists Provides a 1 hour fire resistance at ceiling level

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