SRS Maxiboard

Key Benefits

  • Improves impact and airborne sound insulation performance
  • Takes screws and nails direct
  • Meets Part E of the Building Regulations
  • Extremely durable and robust
  • Minimal thickness 110mm
  • Suitable for conversion and refurb projects
  • Suitable for domestic, commercial, industrial, and educational environments
  • Noisy neighbour solution

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 dropped ceiling System is ideal in situations where compliance with Building Regulations Part E is required, or noise transfer through a ceiling is an issue, but you don’t want the disruption of removing the existing ceiling. The Maxi Dropped Ceiling can be installed beneath existing plasterboard and lath and plaster ceilings. Should additional impact sound insulation performance be desired, SRS Acoustilay can be used on the floor above.

Acoustic Performance

Maxi Dropped Ceiling
  Airborne Impact
  DnT,w DnT,w+Ctr L'nT,w
Maxi Dropped Ceiling 56 48 56

Acoustic tests on Maxi Dropped Ceiling carried out independently by Noise Control Services 11/11/05 in accordance with BS EN ISO 140 parts 4 and 7. Rated to BS EN ISO 717 parts 1 and 2. Test reference numbers: 11056/1, 11056/3.

For full installation guidance, acoustic data and product specifications, please download the Maxi Dropped Ceiling Specification datasheet. If you are unable to find the information you need, please email your query to info@soundreduction.co.uk or call 01204 380074 for further assistance.

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