If you’re looking for an acoustic floating floor, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Inspired Noise, we supply a complete range of the acoustic floating floors which are perfect for controlling all volumes, vibrations and impacts.

The acoustic floating floor concrete is a cost-effective investment to make if you require acoustic isolation. Our acoustic floating floors are designed to suit businesses of all sizes and can be installed over structural floors.

Installing acoustic floating floor concrete not only allows you to minimise airborne sounds but can also reduce impacts. At Inspired Noise, we supply the acoustic floating floors to suit all floor types, so whether you’re looking to insulate your wooden floor or your concrete floor, you can count on us to provide you with a suitable solution.

"Floating" Floors

The term “floating” simply refers to the fact the floor isn’t fixed to the subfloor. This type of floor is kept in place by its weight alone and provides additional spring. Floating floor over concrete is found in various gyms and dance studios but is suitable for any areas that require a comfortable underfoot.

Acoustic floating floors are perfect for insulating your property to prevent the transmission of unwanted sound.

Benefits of Acoustic Floating Floors

Acoustic floating floors are designed to offer a robust finish. They are renowned for their quick and economical installation, providing you with the opportunity to walk on them straight away.

The flexible design of the floating floor over concrete is ideal; it offers a high strength, sturdy solution for reducing volumes.

When it comes to working with the acoustic floating floors, you can rest assured that they are easy, making it more convenient for you to lay them.

Concrete Acoustic Floating Floors

The concrete acoustic floating floors are ideal for environments that are considerably noisy. The weight of the concrete can increase the low-frequency noise reduction to create an airspace between the poured non-structural slab and the subfloor below.

Choosing the right isolation material is dependent on what it’s required for. If you’re looking for concrete acoustic floating floors for your sporting or fitness environment, the concrete lift slab floor system is ideal.

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.

The high-performance acoustic floating floors distinguish structural and isolated floors to provide the appropriate resilient mount. These systems are designed to control the transmission of sounds and to isolate floors from structural and non-structural components like piping.

Any room that incorporates the floating floor system will benefit from reduced airborne and impact noise transmissions. Our acoustic floating floor systems are often used to prevent transmission of vibration and airborne noise from entering the space in which the floating floor is installed. One such application would be the construction of floating floors for a multiplex theatre 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.

If you need to know more about the acoustic floating floors, contact us on 0151 677 8650 today!

DataSheets

Vibro-EP Floating Floor.pdf
Vibro-EP Technical Specifications.pdf
Vibro-EP Installation Guide.pdf
Vibro-JS Floating Floor.pdf
Vibro-JS Floating Floor Installation Guide.pdf
RIM-C Floating Floor (General).pdf
Model KIP Isolator.pdf
KIP Submittal.pdf
KIP Natural Frequency Vs Static Deflection Curves.pdf
KIP Static Load Deflection Curves.pdf
RIM-C Installation Guide.pdf
FZH+Sylomer Floating Floor System.pdf
Installation Guide.pdf
Comparative Test Data.pdf
Floating Floor Mounts.pdf