EAFM Lightweight Floating Floor

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If the existing floor lacks sufficient strength, it is not desirable to pour concrete, or costs need to be controlled, a lightweight floating floor is often the best choice. Very high levels of noise and vibration isolation can be achieved with a correctly designed system. Rubber is the correct choice when isolating against airborne noise sources, such as speech and music. Some applications would be recording studios, cinemas, or auditoria. All Mason U.K. isolators use virgin natural rubber of bridge-bearing quality. Natural rubber provides the best dynamic response of any known elastomer and the Mason formula provides excellent longevity, designed to exceed the life of the building. They can be used to support a dry system (usually layers of board) or wet, where concrete or screed is poured onto a layer of ply sitting on the EAFM. Natural frequencies can be achieved in the range of 8-12 Hz by the careful selection of isolator types and spacing. Load ratings range from 50kg to 1290kg.

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IFC IFC - 2 2.1
Revit Revit - 2 2.1

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DeflectionRange
0.6 mm, 1.3 mm, 1.9 mm
Diameter
24
OverloadLoadRange
68 - 150 kg
RatedFrequency
12.4 Hz - 22.5 Hz
StaticLoadRange
8 - 50 kg
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