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MuteCradle 16/30

MuteCradle 16/30

iKoustic

MuteCradle is our innovative acoustic flooring system for both concrete and timber sub floors to help give a completely floating floor with no direct fixings. The system is also used to help level an uneven floor when combined with our varying sizes of MuteCradles and Cradle Packers. MuteCradle is fitted with a recycled rubber-base layer at 10mm thickness which helps to provide impact reduction within the floating floor system achieving a 54 dB Lnw CL - an average of 27 dB reduction and is compliant with Part E Building Regulations in accordance with Robust Detail (FFT2) for Resilient Cradle and Batten Systems
MuteCradle 45/60

MuteCradle 45/60

iKoustic

MuteCradle is our innovative acoustic flooring system for both concrete and timber sub floors to help give a completely floating floor with no direct fixings. The system is also used to help level an uneven floor when combined with our varying sizes of MuteCradles and Cradle Packers. MuteCradle is fitted with a recycled rubber-base layer at 10mm thickness which helps to provide impact reduction within the floating floor system achieving a 53 dB Lnw CL - an average of 28 dB reduction and is compliant with Part E Building Regulations in accordance with Robust Detail (FFT2) for Resilient Cradle and Batten Systems
Tecsound® SY50

Tecsound® SY50

iKoustic

Tecsound SY50 is a visco-elastic membrane, and this means it is both a viscous material, part way between a solid and a liquid, having elastic properties, meaning that it returns to its original form when stress is within its limits, like pulling an elastic band, if you pull it too hard it will break. Tecsounds sweet spot for damping or 'muting' vibration does not often go into these 'stresses' in the majority of projects that need control over vibration.
Tecsound® SY70

Tecsound® SY70

iKoustic

Tecsound SY70 is a visco-elastic membrane, and this means it is both a viscous material, part way between a solid and a liquid, having elastic properties, meaning that it returns to its original form when stress is within its limits, like pulling an elastic band, if you pull it too hard it will break. Tecsounds sweet spot for damping or 'muting' vibration does not often go into these 'stresses' in the majority of projects that need control over vibration.

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