Soundlay E – Economic Soundproof Overlay Material
CMS Danskin Acoustics’ Soundlay E soundproof overlay material is an acoustic barrier material used to reduce impact noise in floating floor applications.
Soundlay E soundproof overlay material is based on a very flexible viscoelastic mass with various fillers of varying granularity laminated with an open cell regenerated PU foam.
Impact Noise Reduction: 17dB
Airborne Sound Reduction: 3-4 dB depending on construction
- Reduces impact noise transmission
- Improves airborne sound insulation
- Tested on basic floor constructions
- Thin easy to handle sheets
- Flexible and easily cut
- Simple to install
- Moisture resistant
The CMS Danskin Acoustics’ Soundlay E soundproof overlay material is used to de-couple floating floors in order to damp impact noises. It is suitable for brick/concrete floors in residential buildings.
Thanks to its waterproof structure Soundlay E soundproof overlay material can be laid under screed without the need for additional waterproofing.
|Standard Size||1200mm x 1050mm (including 30 – 50mm selvedge)|
|Flammability (FMVSS 302)||SE/NBR (Self Extinguishing/No Burn Rate)|
|Impact noise reduction||17dB|
|Airborne sound reduction||3-4 dB depending on construction|
CMS Danksin Acoustics’ Soundlay E soundproof overlay material is supplied in standard sizes. These are easy to lay onto the floor in a staggered pattern, placed tightly together.
- The base must be flat, free from holes, unevenness and pointed objects; and flakes, plaster or other debris must be removed.
- Soundlay E soundproof overlay material must be laid with its soft side (regenerated PU foam) against the floor.
- Soundlay E soundproof overlay material must be laid flat. A selvedge is provided to simplify laying – the selvedge overlaps the adjacent sheet; the join may also be sealed with adhesive tape. Alternatively it can be butted together and covered with 200micron PE membrane. There must be no gaps between adjacent tiles/sheets and no voids under the sheets.
- At all vertical surfaces, Soundlay E soundproof overlay material must be turned up to a level slightly above the finished floor level.