soundproofing

A10 ACOUSTIC UNDERLAY SOUNDPROOFING

For effective reduction of impact noise through floors!

a10 soundproof matting

Introduction

Produced from recycled rubber and high grade felt A10 Acoustic Underlay is designed for soundproofing installation beneath carpets to give a superior reduction in impact noise through the floors below. It is suitable for all types of floor surfaces including wood, concrete, asphalt and is particularly recommended on uneven floors.

A10 acoustic underlay is not designed to reduce airborne noise nuisance. To insulate against airborne noise, see our soundproofing information sheet for Quiet-Floor. However, on concrete floors, provided they have the required amount of mass (350kg/m2) the new regulations for both airborne and impact noise penetration through the floor will be met if A10 is glued to the floor surface.

General Physical Acoustics Data

Description			:	Felt/rubber acoustic underlay
Composition			:	Recycled Hair/jute/synthetic
Nominal Thickness BS4051	:	10mm, 7/16"
Nom. Weight				2455gm/m  72 oz/yd
Nom. Thickness (BS4051)			10mm  7/16"
Roll Area				15m
Technical Details
Static Loading (BS4939)			Thickness Loss  20.5%
					Retained factor  79.5%
Dynamic Loading (BS4052)		Thickness Loss  14.4%
					Retained Factor  85.6%
Compression (BS4098 / BS5808)		Before Dynamic Loading  172 J/m
					After Dynamic Loading  124 J/m
					Retained Loading  72%
Tensile Strength (BS2576 / BS5808)	Breaking Strength  170 N
					Elongation at 40N  3.8%
Resistance to Cracking			No Cracks Visible

Flammability
BS 4790 Hot Nut				Low Radius
Methenamine Pill ASTM D2859-76		Pass
ISO Method BS 6307			Char Length  16mm
Flame Retardency BS4790:1987		Pass
Acousticel A10 conforms to flame retardency test BS4790: 1987

Thermal Conductivity BS4745		Resistance Factor  2.9 togs

Impact Sound Improvement Index

ISO Method 140 part 8			Delta Lw.34Db

Acousticel A10 meets the transmission of sound  regulatory standards for impact insulation
when glued to a concrete floor.  The tested sample meets the minimum
performance requirements of BS5808: 1991 (1996)

Noise reduction applications

Key Soundproofing Benefits

Classification: Heavy Contract/Heavy Domestic BS 5808 Fitting should meet the British standard code of practice BS 5325, normally be undertaken by experienced fitters and should be laid rubber to the floor surface. Subfloors should be clean, dry and free of oil, grease and damp.

Noise reduction Fitting Instructions and applications

This product is used in conjunction with r10 acousticel underlay please see A10 soundproofing installation instructions

Notes:

The contractor shall be responsible for the examination and acceptance of all conditions and project suitability prior to the installation.