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Acoustic Floor Solutions - 24 Pages

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Acoustic Floor Solutions FOR REFURBISHMENT AND NEW BUILD

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The A. Proctor Group Ltd, a family-owned company in its fourth generation, has been providing solutions and products to the construction industry for over 50 years. Acoustic Floor Solutions forms one of our five core divisions. We have been providing innovative solutions to acoustic flooring problems for over 20 years. Our unrivalled expertise has been gained via extensive research and development, both at our own acoustic laboratory and through the close links we have established with acoustic specialists at Napier, Sheffield Hallam and Heriot-Watt universities. The end result is that we are...

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The Acoustic Problem Fundamentals of Sound Transmission Impact Sound In buildings, noise travels in two main ways. One is impact- or structure-borne sound. This is where mechanical or kinetic energy is being imparted directly to the structure as the result of steady vibrations or impacts. These are then transmitted to other rooms in the building, causing a partition, structure or surface to vibrate, thereby creating sound. The main sources of structure-borne sound are people (footsteps, slamming doors etc), plant machinery, services and household appliances. Airborne Sound Airborne sound can be...

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Meeting performance requirements & Robust Details Unwanted noise is a disturbing aspect of modern life, and is often a significant nuisance within buildings, with domestic dwellings particularly vulnerable to noise transmitted from attached properties. Pre-completion testing is one of the biggest impacts in the Approved Document, as it is required to be carried out on 10% of dwelling types in each development in order to prove compliance. Where pre-completion testing is required, separating walls and floors must not only have improved design detailing, but also be designed to include the sound...

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Robust Detail – Floor System Selection England, Wales & Northern Ireland E-FT-2 Solid Timber Joists 15mm floor decking (min) 240mm (min) timber I-joists 100mm (min) quilt insulation (10-33kg/m3) between joists E-FT-I Timber I-Joists 11mm floor decking (min) 220mm (min) timber solid joists 100mm (min) quilt insulation (10-36kg/m3) between joists E-FT-3 Posi-Joist/Presweb Metal Web Joists BASE FLOOR DETAIL 18mm OSB floor decking (min) 253mm (min) posi-joist/pres web metal web joists 100mm (min) quilt insulation (10-36kg/m3) between joists Robust Details FFT1 Resilient Composite Deep Batten Profloor...

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Robust Detail – Floor System Selection England, Wales & Northern Ireland E-FC-2 In-Situ Concrete Slab 150mm (min) precast concrete floor plank – 300kg/m2 (min) mass per unit area. 40mm (min) screed directly applied to plank – cement/sand or proprietary screed nominal 80kg/m2 mass per unit area (see appendix A: Robust details handbook). 250mm (min) in-situ concrete slab, 2400kg/ m3 (min) density without screed, or 200mm (min) in-situ concrete slab, 2400kg/m3 (min) density with screed. 40mm (min) screed directly applied to slab – cement/sand or proprietary screed nominal 80kg/m2 mass per unit area...

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Robust Detail – Floor System Selection Scotland only Acoustics V-FT-I Timber I-Joists V-FT-2 Solid Timber Joists BASE FLOOR DETAIL 15mm floor decking (min) 240mm (min) timber I-joists 100mm (min) quilt insulation (10-33kg/m3) between joists 11mm floor decking (min) 220mm (min) timber solid joists 100mm (min) quilt insulation (10-36kg/m3) between joists In-situ concrete slab supported by ‘Shallow’ or ‘Deep’ profiled metal decking. Overall distance from top surface of concrete to underside of ceiling treatment 300mm (min). Concrete thickness – 80mm (min) at shallowest point, and – 130mm (min) at...

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Acoustics Robust Details Robust Details: Floating Floor Treatments There are 5 Floating Floor Treatments (FFTs) that can be used depending on the base. FFT 1: Resilient composite deep batten system APG Solution: Profloor Dynamic Batten Type 81, Profloor Excel Batten Type 72 FFT 2: Resilient cradle and batten system APG Solution: Profloor Levelling System FFT 3: Resilient composite standard batten system APG Solution: Profloor Dynamic Batten Type 55 & 67 Profloor Excel Batten Type 58 & 67 Profloor Solo Batten Type 40 & 52 FFT 5: Resilient overlay shallow platform floor system APG Solution: Profloor...

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Product Selector Profloor Dynamic Batten Profloor Excel Batten Profloor Solo Batten Profloor Levelling System Open & Closed Cell Closed Cell Resilient layer thickness Overall thickness Batten length Profloor Dynamic Deck 26 Profloor Excel Deck 31 Profloor Micro Deck 17 Resilient layer composition Open & Closed Cell Open & Closed Cell Type and thickness of board Resilient layer composition Timber Type Timber or Concrete Floor * Scotland only Resilient layer thickness Overall thickness Board size Timber or Concrete Floor

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Profloor Dynamic Batten Profloor Dynamic Batten provides excellent levels of impact and airborne sound insulation. The unique dual foam not only provides high performance characteristics, but also enables minor irregularities in the surface of the sub-floor to be addressed. • • • • • • Robust Detail-compliant FFT1, FFT3 & FFT80 (Scotland) Designed to improve both airborne & impact sound performance Foam will not degrade through time unlike some fibrous materials Can be used on timber or concrete floors Moisture-resistant impregnated battens are available Non-load bearing partitions can be built...

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Acoustics Battens Profloor Excel Batten Type 58 / 72 / 82 Profloor Excel Batten provides exceptional levels of impact and airborne sound insulation using a unique vertically oriented fibre (VOF) as the resilient layer. The cavity created by the batten can be used to accommodate services. • • • • • • • • • • Robust Detail-compliant FFT1 & FFT3 Designed to reduce both airborne and impact sound performance Single Batten for use in main floor area, perimeters, kitchens and bathrooms High performance resilient layer – 13mm Unique vertical oriented fibres act like springs Limited long-term deflection...

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