Inner-city developments face difficulties due to high-density living, where residents, businesses, and transport networks co-exist in limited spaces, leading to noise issues, especially with impact sound transference between properties.
To tackle these challenges, Regupol impact sound acoustic underlays have proven highly effective in multi-residential developments. These underlays are specially designed to dampen impact sound within and between adjoining properties.
The benefits of Regupol acoustic underlays go beyond noise control, as they also allow residents the freedom to choose their preferred floor coverings. Whether it's ceramic tiles, carpet, wooden floors, or laminate, Regupol has a suitable option and can reduce noise transfer by 17 – 20 dB dependent on the overlay selection.
Suitable for green buildings, the Regupol sonus multi is a sustainable product made from pre-consumer polyurethane foam and cork elastomer bound with polyurethane.
The cork is an important component of the Regupol acoustic underlay as underlays with only foam tend to compress, and ‘creep’ over time.
From an environmental perspective, Regupol underlays have long been regarded as an environmentally responsible choice and have GECA certification and are recyclable at the end of life.