Sound Isolation Floor Systems encompass a wide range of resilient composite constructions designed for varying acoustical criteria. An isolated floor, commonly called an “acoustic floating” floor, is used to minimise airborne and impact-generated sound transmission through the floor/ceiling assembly. Depending on application, the acoustic floating floor may be supported on resilient pads, a continuous resilient acoustic underlayment, or spring mounts. The perimeter of the floor is isolated with a resilient isolation board to prevent sound flanking.

Vibro EP Floating Floor

Product Information

Vibro-EP Floating Floor.pdf
Vibro-EP Technical Specifications.pdf
Vibro-EP Installation Guide.pdf

VIBRO EP elastic pad is made from a special rubber compound so as to achieve vibration isolation improvement and durability. Its longitudinal holes increase the provided compression rate and improve vibration absorption. It can be used in different dimensions and layers that match effectively each vibration isolation application.

Vibro JS Floating Floor

Product Information

Vibro-JS Floating Floor.pdf
Vibro-JS Floating Floor Installation Guide.pdf

Antivibration spring mount Vibro - JS is an advanced vibration control system for raised concrete floating
floors. Vibro - JS consists of a metal shell. Inside a spring is placed, to absorb the vibrations. The poured concrete does not touch with supporting floor and so sound bridge is avoided. Its very easy to install, allows regulation of height, and helps to avoid remaining plywood forms. Also creates an calculated amount of air gap, which is beneficial for the sound insulation and the vibration control.

RIM-C Concrete Floating Floor

Product Information

RIM-C Floating Floor (General).pdf
Model KIP Isolator.pdf

Technical Data Sheets

KIP Submittal.pdf
KIP Natural Frequency Vs Static Deflection Curves.pdf
KIP Static Load Deflection Curves.pdf
RIM-C Installation Guide.pdf


Kinetics Noise Control’s premier rollout system easily creates an airspace of 1 to 4 inches and incorporates a high-performance resilient decoupler. The isolation material with Model KIP isolators selected and spaced according to design criteria offers major advantages over other systems. Installation labor is substantially reduced, as it is easier to roll out batting with pre-spaced isolators versus measuring for and placing individual isolation mounts. This feature also ensures that the system will reach the high levels of expected performance. This system is designed to meet requirements for; load capacity, natural frequency/pad deflection, and acoustical performance.

FZH + Sylomer Floor Mount Range

Product Information

FZH+Sylomer Floating Floor System.pdf
Installation Guide.pdf
Comparative Test Data.pdf

Floating Floor Mounts

Product Information

Floating Floor Mounts.pdf

A range designed for use in floating floors or machinery working at more than 700 r.p.m. Manufactured in rubber SMR 5CV type with excellent mechanical insulation qualities. We are able to manufacture them in different diameters and heights.

Concrete Acoustic Floating floors

Concrete floating slabs are used where mass is needed to boost low frequency noise reduction. This creates an airspace between a poured non-structural slab and the subfloor below. Selection of the appropriate isolation material is based on the application. Both formwork systems and “jack-up” systems using neoprene or fiber glass pads produce relatively high STC and IIC ratings when compared to thinner continuous underlayment assemblies. Where heavy impacts from sport and fitness activity are a concern, a spring lift slab floor system is often utilised.

High performance floated wood and composite floor systems

High performance floated wood and composite floor systems are used when the subfloor will not support the weight of a concrete slab, meet floor elevations or when concrete is unnecessary. While these systems do not benefit from the added mass of concrete, they are effectively employed in a wide range of applications.

Creating an airspace between the structural and isolated floors while decoupling the two floors with the appropriate resilient mount effectively controls noise transmission. Maximum effectiveness of an acoustic floating floor composite construction is achieved when the finished floor is fully isolated from the building structure and non-structural components, such as ductwork and piping. Accordingly, airborne and impact noise transmissions are greatly reduced between the room incorporating the floating floor system and other parts of the building. Additionally, acoustic floating floor systems are often used to prevent transmission of vibration and airborne noise from entering into the space in which the floating floor is installed. One such application would be the construction of floating floors for a multiplex theater adjacent to a railway. Inspired Noise Solutions acoustic floating floor systems offers the largest variety of isolation mounts to fit specific applications. These include resilient pre-compressed fiber glass pads, steel springs, and neoprene or natural rubber pads. Acoustical test data for Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Impact Insulation Class (IIC) are available for several types of isolated floor/ceiling assemblies documenting system performance.