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Acoustic separating floor system for use in timber frame construction which can be used as an alternative to Robust Details. It delivers good levels of sound reduction - airborne and impact sound.
It is suitable for use in new build timber frame projects, and can be used as an alternative to Robust Details.
Principal applications will be new domestic dwellings - houses and apartments constructed using timber frame where an enhanced level of sound insulation is sought in the separating floors.
The HD1029 Hush System TF from Hush Acoustics is a sound insulation system that can be used as an alternative to Robust Details for separating floors in timber frame construction.
It provides a performance level that exceeds the minimum requirements for all UK Building Regulations - Approved Document E (England & Wales), Part G (Northern Ireland) and section 5 (Scotland).
Fire safety is provided through a 1 hour fire resistance at ceiling level.
How HD1029 is formed:
Impact (L’nT,w) - 51 dB
Airborne (DnT,w) - 58 dB
Airborne (DnT,w + Ctr) - 50 dB
* Results based on the full Hush System HD1029 being used within timber frame construction with a minimum of a 225mm I joist.
Features and benefits:
K11/275 Acoustic separating floor system
Hush Bar Deep.
Hush Panel 48.
Hush Seal 20.
Hush Seal 20.
Hush Slab 100.
Impact (Lntw): 51 dB.
Airborne (Dntw): 58 dB.
Airborne (Dntw +Ctr): 50 dB.