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A composite acoustic underlay manufactured from a 100% recycled blend of cork, PU and EVA
MuteMat LVT Click - 1.8 is a low weight high performing product that will provide excellent impact sound reduction from a product just 1.8mm thick. The product has achieved up to 20dB of impact reduction when tested with a 5mm click luxury vinyl tile flooring. helping to reduce the transmission of sound between floors and dwellings.
The MuteMat LVT Click - 1.8 is very easy to install product, the underlay can be loose laid meaning simply unrolling the material and allowing it to aclimatise to the room is all the preperation required before installation of the final floor finish. The product is also suitable for use with underfloor heating with a tog rating of 0.3 making it suitable for most installations of LVT click flooring onto concrete flooring. The product maufacture is tightly controlled to ensure a consistent density producing a uniform performance and a long lasting installation.
The MuteMat LVT CLick - 1.8 exceeds all MMFA requirements for Group 1 and Group 2 underlays. To see how the product compared download a copy of the datasheet from our downloads tab above.
iKoustic provide excellent customer service and nationwide delivery, supporting you and your project from planning through to installation and anything along the way, the technical team are just a call away. At iKoustic we are very concious of our impact on the environment, we are therefor happy to confirm that the MuteMat LVT Click 1.8 is made from 100% recycled materials from the cork, automotive and sports shoe industries.
As soundproof material, MuteMat® LVT Click - 1.8 provides a separating layer from the structural floor, which helps to greatly reduce impact noise such as footsteps. The product is strong, lighteright and flexible making installation very straightforward while maintiaining a high level of impact reduction from a product only 1.8mm thick.
The subjective nature of noise means that a problematic or irritating noise for you will not be the same for others. Your sensitivity to a specific sound or event will vary, and this could be disruption from footsteps above if you have any question about sound issues and how best to treat them please get in contact with a member of the technical team.
*Our Typical Performance Results and Noise Reduction Guidance are provided to indicate the results that have been achieved in previous tests but are not guaranteed to a specific site as multiple factors can affect this, please get in contact with any queries.
We endeavour to display the most up to date testing and assist in managing your expectations through each stage of the process so that the choice we make is the right one.
Ensure that any substrate is clean and free from dust and debris before unrolling and laying the MuteMat Click LVT - 1.8. Any gaps, cracks, loose material or holes in the floor or ajoining wall should be suitably treated and sealed using our acoustic sealant before laying the underlay and floor finish. Any flanking paths, big or small, can detract from the performance of the floor. This product can be loose laid, the product will come in rolls and therefore these should be expanded and the product allowed to de-stress and adopt a flat position. The product can then be fitted loose in line with the floor finish manufacturers instructions.
If you have any questions about installation please contact a member of the technical team on 01937 588226 or email [email protected]
Soundproofing products act as a barrier to decrease sound leaving or entering a room or workspace. Sound absorbers absorb the sound within a room and assist to reduce room reverberation etc. Absorbers do not prevent the sound leaving the space but will reduce it. If you are wanting to soundproof a room you would have to buy soundproofing products. It may also be worthwhile to think about some absorbers inside the room to help reduce the sound before it hits the soundproofing.
A sound barrier is a sound blocker and usually includes insulation with a high mass, which then reduces the amount of sound that can pass through it. A standard domestic door is a good example of a noise barrier when it is closed as it reduces the sound of external noise. Sound waves flow like water and air so it is impracticable to use a sound barrier such as a fence or screen to stop noise but they are effective when used to reduce noise immediately on the other side of them. From distances farther away the noise reduction will be less efficient.