The Isocheck Impact Mat 300 System is an acoustic underlay material made up of recycled rubber, this product is designed to reduce sound transmissions through timber floors and staircases. This product offers an excellent impact improvement and has dynamic stiffness / structural memory. It is ideal for floor upgrades to improve sound reduction on stairs and under engineered floors. When Isocheck is installed as part of a complete sound reduction system, it allows a timber floor to meet the sound transmission regulations of Approved Document E 2003.
Applying acoustic materials to your floor spaces can increase the acoustic properties within the building. Isocheck can reduce impact noise from the room structure to the room below such as footsteps, furniture movement, tv noise, etc. Making a more comfortable environment for rooms below or neighbours. It can also reduce sound echoes within the space
- Great acoustic properties.
- Able to reduce impact sound transmission in finished wooden floors
- Especially designed for timber floors and staircases,
- Able to meet values prescribed by the Approved Document E of the Building Regulations, when installed as part of a complete sound reduction system.
- Sound Reducing
- Can be used in several applications
- Durable and long lasting
- High quality product and results
Acoustic Mat 300 can be installed in a range of methods. These methods include:
Listed Buildings requiring minimal structural change Systems
Brand: ISOCHECK Impact Matt 300
Material: Recycled Rubber
How To Guide:
Before you begin:
- The matt should be installed fixed between the carpet / timber floor and sub-floor
- The sub-floor must be dry, clean, and smooth
- any floor coverings must be removed
- All timber floorboards must be securely fixed and levelled
- Concrete floors must be free of any gaps or holes which can be properly filed with a type of sealant
- Any doors that open into the room must be removed and replaced once complete
If the mat is installed on top of the finished floor, the skirting must be removed and replaced, while when installed on top of a carpet, the mat should go all the way through to the gripper rail edge. The mat is rolled directly onto the sub-floor surface, so that it covers the entire area and turned or butted up at all perimeter walls
The mat should be bonded to the sub-floor surface by using the required adhesive, while the adjoining edges should be butted to the walls with building tape. The mat must be properly protected from any type of potential mechanical damage whereas timber and vinyl coverings and carpets can be laid directly on the mat, but solid timber flooring should be pinned to min 12mm plywood.
For longer term protection on site, the product should either be stored indoors, or under cover and off the ground in weatherproof conditions. The boards packs are designed for short term protection only and they should not be left permanently exposed to the elements.