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Maxideck is an extremely high-performance acoustic flooring system, designed to deal predominately with the problem of airborne noise (TV, Music Speech) travelling through floors. Maxideck is 28kg per SQM, and it is this mass that ensures it is the highest performing system of its type on the market. Maxideck can also offer some impact noise (Footsteps, etc.) reduction, but if this is your main problem, please see our Acoustilay flooring system.
Maxideck is suitable for a wide range of projects and can be used in conjunction with many different floor finishes:
Domestic / Residential / Noisy Neighbour: Maxideck is perfect for people who want to introduce the highest level of sound insulation to their properties.
Building Regulations Part E / Architectural: Maxideck can be used above many floor/ceiling constructions to help New Build and conversion projects meet their Building Regulations Part E requirements. Acoustic data can be found in the datasheet below.
Commercial / Industrial: Maxideck can also be used in commercial and industrial settings to reduce the transfer of sound through floors and ceilings.
NOTE: SRS Ltd advise that for best results Maxideck is installed above a ceiling comprising two layers of plasterboard on resilient bars (minimum mass per square metre of 20kg/m2), with 100mm Maxi Slab between the joists. The direct fix result is given as information only.
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BS EN ISO 140 Part 4 and rated to BS EN ISO 717 Parts 1&7 test results: Tests carried out by Soundtesting.co.uk (UKAS) on 13th July 2007: Airborne test number: 1402-1, Impact test number: 1402-2
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.