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Maxiboard is an extremely high performance and versatile acoustic building board. Maxiboard can be used as an alternative to plasterboard to dramatically increase the acoustic performance of both existing and newly constructed walls and ceilings.
The Maxi MF acoustic ceiling system is ideal in situations where compliance with Building Regulations Part E is required, or noise transfer through a ceiling is an issue, and the ceiling needs to be dropped below steels beams or other architectural features. Maxi MF also offers practical advantages where existing constructions are not perfectly straight and true as the strap hangers used to support the system can be cut to different lengths. The Maxi MF ceiling can be installed beneath existing joists or existing plasterboard and lath and plaster ceilings.
Should additional impact sound insulation performance be desired, SRS Acoustilay can be used on the floor above.
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Independent acoustic tests carried out by Noise Control Services Ltd in accordance with BS EN ISO 140 parts 4 and 7 a rated to ISO 717 parts 1 and 2, test references NCS 11056/4 and NCS 11056/6. 11/11/2005.
SRS have approved stockists and specialist distributors nationwide that would be delighted to assist. Most distributors provide a variety of services including site surveys, product specification, and supply and installation of SRS productsFind your local distributor
If you would like a small sample of any of our high performance acoustic products please access the sample request form using the link below. Samples are usually dispatched within 48 hours of the form being submitted.Request a product sample here
Our professional, Institute of Acoustics registered technical department is on hand to give advice on all of our high performance acoustic products. We're delighted to offer advice on any noise problem, be it a sound insulation or sound absorption issue.