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Acoustic separating floor system for concrete / masonry floors, providing effective sound insulation under the screed. Building Regulations compliant and suitable for numerous building types.
Suitable for use in separating floor/ ceiling constructions in conversion, refurbishment and new build developments where a masonry structure is in place.
The system can be used to reduce sound transmission in domestic dwellings – houses and apartments – as well as buildings used for education, hotels, care homes, offices and hospitals.
Any building constructed using concrete separating floors may benefit from this system providing the floor and ceiling can both be treated.
Summary of building types that are most suitable for this system :
The HD1042 is an acoustic flooring system for separating floors which is designed to provide sound insulation under screed floors in all kinds of refurbishment, conversion and new build projects.
It has been fully tested as a complete system to demonstrate compliance with all the Building Regulations covering the UK - Approved Document E (England & Wales), Part G (Northern Ireland) and Section 5 (Scotland).
The system also provides 1 hour fire resistance.
It is formed using Hush Acoustics' high quality acoustic materials including the Hush Under Screed 6 Membrane, RD flanking strip, Hush-Slab sound absorber and the Hush MF ceiling system. This is combined with GYPROC Soundbloc plasterboard to complete the system.
How the HD1042 Hush Underscreed 6 System is formed:
Impact (L’nT,w) - 48 dB
Airborne (DnT,w) - 51 dB
Airborne (DnT,w + Ctr) - 49 dB
* Results based on the full Hush System HD1042 being using and installed as listed above. All flanking paths must be treated correctly.
Features and benefits:
K11/275 Acoustic separating floor system
Hush MF Ceiling System.
Metal grid system with acoustic hangers.
Barriers in ceiling void
Under Screed Acoustic Membrane.
Hush Slab 100.
Impact (Lntw): 48 dB.
Airborne (Dntw): 51 dB.
Airborne (Dntw +Ctr): 49 dB.