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Description

A fully recycled rubber underlay designed for use with both soft and hard flooring, such as engineered timber, laminate, stone flooring and carpet. It is designed to absorb footfall noise and increase living standards within the construction, whether in residential or commercial applications.

The material also has zero ozone depleting potential (OPD) and zero global warming potential (GWP). The specially selected rubber particles and fibres are designed to give excellent resilience yet giving the upmost compressive strength.

Features:

  • Easy to install.
  • Remains continually elastic.
  • Fully recycled.
  • Cost effective.
  • Building Regulations Approved Document E (E&W), Technical Handbook Section 5 (Scotland) and Technical Handbook G (Northern Ireland) compliant.
  • Suitable on timber and concrete floors.
  • Suitable for refurbishment and new build developments.
  • Good footfall noise reduction and thermal conductivity.
  • Minimum construction - low floor build-up.

General information
Features

Easy to install

Remains continually elastic

Fully recycled

Cost effective

Building Regulations Approved Document E (E&W), Technical Handbook Section 5 (Scotland) and Technical Handbook G (Northern Ireland) compliant

Suitable on timber and concrete floors

Suitable for refurbishment and new build developments

Good footfall noise reduction and thermal conductivity

Minimum construction - low floor build-up

Material

Rubber granulates bonded with a cold cure PUR elastomer bonding agent

Uniclass 2015 Resilient layer insulation (Pr_25_57_06_71)
Specification data
Product Reference

Hush FFR Resilient Underlay

Thickness

Insert requirement, available 3–12 mm.

Standard product features

Material:

Rubber granulates bonded with a cold cure PUR elastomer bonding agent.

Roll size (l x w):

6–10 x 1.25 m (dependent on thickness).

Colour:

Black.

Surface finish:

Fine.

Technical properties:

  • Tensile strength (to BS EN 1798): 0.6 MPa.
  • Elongation at break (to BS EN 1798): 45%.
  • Density: 730 kg/m³.
  • Stress: 646 kPa.
  • Footfall sound insulation (to BS EN ISO 140-8): 3 mm: 18 dB; 5 mm: 21 dB.

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