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Maxiboard is an extremely high performance and versatile acoustic building board for soundproofing walls and partitions. 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 HP Specification is an acoustic partition that offers extremely high sound insulation performance and a 60 minute fire resistance in a thickness of only 109mm plus finishing treatment. In acoustic tests the Maxi HP has been shown to exceed the requirements of Part E of the Building Regulations and is therefore perfect for use as a separating partition between flats and apartments and rooms for residential purposes.
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Tests carried out independently by Noise Control Services 04/08/03.
Measured according to BS EN ISO 140-4:1998. Rated to BS EN ISO 717:1 1997.
Test reference no. NCS 08032/3.
For full installation guidance, acoustic data and product specifications, please download the Maxiboard Timber Stud Partition Specification datasheet. If you are unable to find the information you need, please email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01204 380074 for further assistance.
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