Regupol 7210c Acoustic Resilient Layer (2.588m²)

Product code:
Regupol-7210c-2_588m2
£22.84 £19.03
Demo Estimated Delivery: 1 Week

Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer is a cost-effective rubber bound product manufactured from recycled materials. Regupol® 7210C is compatible with all types of floor screed; this high performing isolation solution delivers superior impact and airborne performance.

5mm
Impact (dB) 46
Airborne (dB) 49
Mass (kg per sheet/roll) 9.315
Density (kgm-3) 720

Size (mm): 5 x 1150 x 2250

Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer is a cost-effective rubber bound product manufactured from recycled materials. Regupol® is compatible with all types of floor screed; this high performing isolation solution delivers superior impact and airborne performance. Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer is used under all types of floor screeds in new build apartments and is aimed at constructions where Pre-Completion Testing (PCT) is preferred to that of a Robust Detail (RD). Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer is an under screed product designed to isolate screeds from the main structure of the building reducing impact energy generated by general footfall.

  • Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer been independently tested on-site to show compliance with the new building regulations in accordance with Approved Document E 2003.
  • Approved by NHBC for ADE 2003 compliance.
  • Excellent impact and airborne performance.
  • Offers long-term performance without collapse or “bottoming” out under high point loads.
  • Minimal creep even under high loads.
  • Resistant to ageing and deformation.
  • Quick and easy to install. No need for separate perimeter strips.
  • Minimises construction heights.
  • High quality and exact material thickness guaranteed.
  • Suitable for use with under floor heating.
  • Protects expansion joints
  • Supplied in easy to handle sheets.
  • Sustainable and also completely recyclable
  • Mildew and moisture proof
  • Zero global warming potential (GWP) and zero ozone depletion potential (ODP).