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Hush – Resilient Seatings

Suitable for:

  • residential
  • industrial
  • healthcare
  • leisure

Hush Resilient Seatings are load bearing rubber strips that have been designed to isolate timber joisted construction, masonry construction and metal beam construction.

Any connections within a structure will allow the passage of sound. In some cases this passage of sound can cause acoustic test failures. Hush Resilient Seatings are used to isolate the structure and stop this passage of sound. The Hush Resilient Seatings are commonly used in New Build development to ensure flanking transmission is reduced.

Hush Acoustics will specify the Hush Resilient Seatings within a construction should there be a potential issue with flanking noise.

For advice on the use of Hush – Resilient Seatings, as part of a system within any project, please contact our experienced technical team on 0151 933 2026 who will be happy to give comprehensive and practical advice to meet with your requirements.

Test Data

  • Mass density kg/m3 930 kg/m3 ± 5% (DIN EN IsO 845) Dimensional Tolerances: ± 1.5% (DIN 7715-2 M4)
  • Material thickness: 3 – 10mm ± 0.3mm - other dimensions on request
  • Friction co-efficient >0.6μ (VDI 2700)
  • Tensile strength: 1.0 MPa (average) (DIN EN IsO 1798) Elongation at break: 53% (average) (DIN EN IsO 1798)
  • Compression at 10%
  • Pressure: 0.88 MPa
  • E-Module 10.5 MPa (DIN 53421)
  • Compression test According
  • C25 1508 kPa (DIN EN IsO 3386-2)
  • C40 3833 kPa
  • C50 7343 kPa
  • Temperature stability: -40 bis + 1100C
  • Fire Classification: B2 (DIN 4102-1 section 6.2) Date: 11/2008 (No update requirement)

Product Data

  • Material - Recycled Fine Rubber Granulate bonded with a cold-cure PuR
  • Appearance - Fine Black
  • standard Product Length - 1250mm Material Thicknesses - 3-10mm
  • standard Width - 100mm, 150mm, 200mm
  • Improves Structural Acoustic Performance
  • Ensures Reduction In Flanking Noise Transmission
  • Helps to ensure compliance to all UK Building Regulations
  • Helps to ensures compliance to Code For Sustainable Homes

Substrate - The substrate needs to be swept Clean

The Acoustic resilient layer should be cut to the area that is to be covered. Each piece should be positioned adjacent to the adjoining piece without overlap. Seal joints with adhesive tape to avoid screed penetration and resultant sound conduction.

Cover underlay with a PE membrane which should also extend over the peripheral insulation. Install screed as per manufacturer’s instructions.

Full fitting instructions are supplied with all products and are available to download from the Installation Guides section.

Should you have any technical questions prior to or during installation, please call 0151 933 2026 for friendly and straightforward advice.

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