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Acousticel R10 Floating Floor Insulation

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Product Details

Size:  5m x 1m x 10mm


Technical Data

Installation Guide

Product PDF



Acousticel R10, a recycled rubber resilient insulation to isolate quietboard acoustic flooring for floating floors to meet part E for noise control


Used beneath a floating floor Acousticel R10 is a recycled, resilient rubber that will absorb impact noise and should be used when compliance with Part E of the Building Regulations is required on separating floors.


  • Produced using recycled vehicle tyres
  • Easy installation
  • Nominally 10mm thick
  • Conforms to PART E requirements
  • Dramatically reduces impact noise through floors


” I am exceptionally pleased with the R10 system. I have been using the R10 system for many years in all my flat conversion projects because it always gives far better results when tested and I have never had a test failure. Acousticel R10 has been a reliable and and effective system for us over the years. We highly recommend it as an isolated flooring system.”                                                                                                               E R Harris Building & Contracting


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R10 is produced using recycled vehicle tyres which is bonded to a carrier layer to enable it to be easily rolled and unrolled.  At only 10mm thick it is an efficient insulation that should be used beneath heavy timber flooring to reduce impact noise through floors.  It can be used to comply with Part E requirements for the control of noise through seaparting floors and is best used beneath QuietBoard acoustic flooring.

The product has been independently tested and proved to be one of the best solutions to be used when upgrading any floor for maximum noise control or as part of any new build programme.

R10 does not just have to used in the construction industry but can be used to upgrade existing, occupied flats that were created before noise control regulations came into force to help bring them into current day requirements to control noise pollution affecting neighbours.

More information can be downloaded by clicking on the Technical Data link near the top of this page on the left hand side.

As featured on www.buildingdesign.co.uk