MuteMat™ OSF 750-10

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MuteMat OSF 750-10 is our high performing floor acoustic underlay suitable for concrete structures to attenuate impact noise.

MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 is our highly effective and robust resilient layer available for managing the reduction of impact noise in concrete constructions. It's recycled rubber-mix content is refined from over 12 tires for each roll, helping to reduce the impact on the planets ever growing carbon footprint. It's density, resulting in minimal compression is a key component to providing a robust flooring even when it is subjected to high loads, giving you a long lasting and effective solution that can receive a wide range of floor finishes, with no requirement for an overlay, this includes delicate flooring finishes such as ceramic tiling.  If you are seeking soundproofing materials for Timber constructions or looking to achieve even greater impact reduction, we would recommend our MuteMat™ 2 or MuteMat™ 3 for reduction of both airborne and impact noises.



MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 is part of iKoustic's MuteRange core - these are products that been subjected to stringent testing in both laboratory and real world environments providing the best possible solution for the purpose with a result you can trust.

You can find out more about our all encompassing MuteRange by clicking on the icons below, or get in contact with iKoustic today.



How to Soundproof a Floor

When considering Floor Soundproofing in concrete constructions a dense acoustic underlay such as our MuteMat™ OSF range will provide great impact reduction with a very slim-line profile - this will help to reduce costs whilst requirements for Part E Building Regulations are secured for impact transmission. Airborne transmission, in most cases, is reduced by the mass of the concrete slab - thus most projects will only seek a resilient layer, if you are looking for further improvements it would be best practice to couple with our MuteClip™ System ceiling range to ensure an increased impact performance and airborne performance, we have a range of options depending on what your project is aiming to achieve, as well as considerations regarding space lost.

For Gyms, we would recommend browsing our DuraSound range for something more suited.

If you are uncertain on the current acoustic performance we would recommend our Acoustic Testing service to give us a clear view of what the structure currently performs at and what materials you would likely require in order to meet regulations or guidelines, and in some cases this could even reduce costs in specifying an alternative material that is more suited for your requirements.


For a more indepth explanation of soundproofing a floor, you can read our informative guide - A Guide to Soundproofing a Floor by clicking on the icon below.


A Guide to Soundproofing a Floor



Typical Performance Data

∆Lw (Impact Reduction)


MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 Information

  • 1.3m x 5m x 10mm (6.5m2)
  • Specialised for retrofit installation.
  • Suitable for concrete structures to effectively attenuate impact noise.
  • Can be installed under a wide range of floor finishes, with no requirement of an overlay.
  • Guaranteed consistent thickness and density.
  • Does not deform, maintains efficiency long term including under heavy loads.
  • Pre-fabricated recycled tire granule mat.
  • Compliant with both Part E Building Regulations (England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland) and Building Standards Technical Handbook 2017 for Scotland for impact transmission.


Sustainable Building Benefits

1.86 Recycled Tyres per m2

12.09 Recycled Tyres per Roll

92-93% Recycled

100% Recyclable


EAN number5060484200186
Weight50 kg
Length5000 mm
Width1300 mm
Height10 mm

This product is part of the following systems:

The most effective soundproofing materials for timber floors offer a compressible foam structure to help absorb impact noise, dense materials can often still lead to large portions of sound transferring through still. MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 can be used on timber floors where no other alternative can be sourced, but we would highly recommend using our MuteMat™ 2 and
MuteMat™ 3.

When a residential or commercial property of both existing or new build is subject to Part E Building Regulations or Scottish Building Regulations - the floor sound proofing materials will often require bonding, you will want to confirm this with Building Control and your acoustic testing engineer.

When laminate, engineered wood or tiling is being installed as a final floor finish, it is often difficult to find a floor sound proofing option that does not involve using additional over boarding such as ply of MDF to support it, this can increase final costs and require further work. MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 can receive all these flooring options directly on top, you will need to use a Perimeter Edging Strip around the perimeter of each room to butt all floor layers against, negating this can lead to impact noise transferring into adjacent walls causing Flanking Transmission.

With Luxury Vinyl Tiling increasing in popularity due to its low maintenance that wooden floor finishes and carpets require and the visual element that has become outstanding in replicating luxury floor finishes - it is now being installed frequently and will often require a suitable sound proofing option. MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 can receive a wide range of these luxury vinyl tiling on top with only the need of adhesive to keep it bonded to the flooring, because without any tack this could lead to tearing.

Areas with high volumes of moisture and vapour require sound proofing materials that cannot be compromised in any way by such elements. Mute Mat™ OSF 750-010 is a great option as it is not affected by water, mould or fungi and still allows almost any floor finish to be applied on top, it is also ideal for large residential and commercial projects, as well as being high performing to satisfy Part E Building Regulations in concrete structures.

MuteMat™ OSF 750-10 is best cut with a fresh Stanley blade and a straight edge or metal ruler, always cut away from your body and behind the straight edge.