Regupol 3912 Acoustic Underlayment for Refurbishment

Regupol 3912 Acoustic Underlayment for Refurbishment: is a tough, resilient acoustic underlay manufactured from PUR foam and is ideally suited to refurbishment and timber based constructions to comply with Part E, 2003. It can also be used for new build but you must ask first a technical advise from our team.

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Regupol 3912 Acoustic Underlayment for Refurbishment

Regupol 3912 Acoustic Underlayment for Refurbishment: is a tough, resilient acoustic underlay manufactured from PUR foam and is ideally suited to refurbishment and timber based constructions to comply with Part E, 2003. It can also be used for new build but you must ask first a technical advise from our team.

Physical dimensions:

  • Roll width: 1000mm;
  • Roll lengths: 15m;
  • Material thickness: 6mm.

Benefits

  • Reduce impact sound;
  • Improve airborne sound performance;
  • Cost effective;
  • Standard thickness 6mm thick;
  • Offers long term performance without collaps or ”bottoming” out under high points loads;
  • Resistant to ageing and deformation;
  • Quick and easy install. Simply bond to the subfloor beneath the final floor finish;
  • Reduces construction heights;
  • Suitable for new build and refurbishments;
  • High quality and exact material thickness guaranteed;
  • Suitable for use with under floor heating;
  • Very comfortable under foot;
  • Regupol 3912 does not cause plasticizer migration when used with certain adhesives and floor finish such as vinyl, linoleum and light coloured carpets;
  • the product is manufactured from 100% recycled materials and 100% recyclable.


Applications

  • New build
  • Retrofit
  • Renovation
  • Offices
  • Residential developments
  • Hotels

Installation

Subfloor preparation:

  • Subfloor preparation is essential for the correct installation of Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment. Subfloors must be sound, smooth, dry and free from any contaminants which could affect adhesion.
  • Please ensure each roll of Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment  is completely unrolled, turned over and left in the area to which it is to be applied for a minimum of 6 hours or ideally overnight prior to cutting and installing.


Laying Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment

  • Bond Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment to the base floor. The Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment  should be bonded to the subfloor using one of our  recommended adhesives. You can contact us to provide the complete list of compatible adhesives. Please ensure the adhesive guidelines are followed at all times.
  • Lay the Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment into the adhesive and press from the centre outwards to exclude air and ensure overall contact with the adhesive.
  • Roll the Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment  with a 68kg flooring roller, from end to end and side to side to ensure overall contact.
  • Please leave a minimum gap of 3mm around the entire perimeter to allow for expansion and contraction. Do not butt the Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment  against the skirting boards and/or carpet grippers.
  • Use a craft knife and straight edge for cutting to size and please ensure that all edges are butt jointed.
  • After 30 minutes, when the floor has been completely covered, roll once again to ensure contact is maintained.
  • Please do not apply loads or move furniture on the Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment until the adhesive has fully set. Please refer to the adhesive manufacturer’s installation guidelines for curing times.


Important steps before you lay Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment
The recognized technical rules of the industry, and the code of practice requirements of BS8203 2001 “Installation of Resilient Floor Coverings” are to be observed.  Regupol® Acoustic Underlayments can be easily installed provided BS 8203:2001 and our installation guidelines are observed.

Please note that Regupol® 3912 Acoustic Underlayment consists of PUR foam and no rubber crumb. When comparing alternative products please be cautious where a ‘direct equivalent’ is offered. Many alternatives consist of a rubber compound which can cause plasticizer migration when used with certain floor finishes. CMS Danskin will not accept liability for products sold as a Regupol® 3912 equivalent.

Bellow are two examples of installation:

Example 1:

Soundproof wooden floors schematic example for Regupol 3912 Soundproof concrete floors section schematic example for Regupol 3912

Legend:

  1. 18mm T&G Chipboard, plywood
  2. Regupol 3912
  3. CMS Bond 100 or equal approved
  4. Minimum 18mm T&G Chipboard
  5. Minimum 75mm mineral wool, minimum 45Kg/m³
  6. 225mm deep x 50mm wide wooden joists
  7. 19mm Gyproc Plank and 12.5mm Soundbloc
  8. Standard plasterboard

Example 2:

Soundproof wooden floors schematic example for Regupol 3912 Advanced Soundproof wooden floors section schematic example for Regupol 3912

Legend:

  1. 18mm T&G Chipboard, plywood
  2. Regupol 3912
  3. CMS Bond 100 or equal approved
  4. 22mm Chipboard
  5. 250mm deep x 50mm wide wooden joists
  6. Suspender 75mm timber frame ceiling on resilient bar
  7. 1 x 19mm Gyproc Plank
  8. 1 x 12.5mm Soundbloc

IMPORTANT: Directions for use are given for guidance only and are not intended to form part of any contract. They should be varied or adapted to suit your particular materials or conditions of use. Goods supplied by the company are made to approved standards from the highest quality raw materials but no warranty or guarantee is given as to their suitability for any particular purpose or application, and no liability is accepted for any loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from the use of the Company’s products irrespective of any information given to us as to intended use of such products. It is therefore recommended that prospective users should test a sample of this product under their own conditions to satisfy themselves that the product is suitable for the purpose intended.

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