Key Benefits
  • Suitable for use beneath a variety of floor finishes
  • Minimises increase in floor level
  • Easily and quickly installed
  • Can be used to meet Part E of the Building Regulations
  • Can allow access to existing floor
  • 100% Sourced and manufactured in the UK

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Acoustilay 15 is a high quality acoustic flooring system combining both mass and resilience to help reduce both airborne noise (TV Music, Speech), and impact noise (Footsteps, etc.). Acoustilay can be used to introduce effective soundproofing in many domestic, residential and commercial environments.

Building Regulations Part E: Acoustilay 15 can be used above most lath and plaster and resiliently fixed, double plasterboard ceilings, as well as our Maxi 60 Ceiling system to bring the overall floor/ceiling construction up to the standards of Building Regulations Approved Document E (2003).

Acoustic Performance

Acoustilay 15 Above Lath and Plaster Ceiling
  Airborne Impact
  DnT,w DnT,w+Ctr L'nT,w
Acoustilay 15 - without board 52 45 43
Acoustilay 15 - with board - - 57

Testd carried out independently by Noise Control Services at a site in Darwen on 03/11/03, (conducted prior to the ANC advice to impact test on a rigid board) in accordance with ISO 140 parts 4 and 7. Rated to ISO 717 parts 1 and 2. Test references: NCS 11031/1, NCS 11031/2. Impact test on Acoustilay 15, covered with a rigid board, carried out by Floorscan Installations and Surveys Ltd on 20/10/06, in accordance with ISO 140 Part 7. Rated to ISO 717 part 2. Test reference 1260.

For full installation guidance, acoustic data and product specifications, please download the Acoustilay datasheet. If you are unable to find the information you need, please email your query to or call 01204 380074 for further assistance.

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