Product name Strata Acoustic Underlay A50
Product code 150090
For use with Laminate floors
Resilient floors
Tiles
Timber floors
Material Rubber
Specialist applications Underfloor heating
Sustainability Recyclable
Recycled
Installation Glued
Loose laid
Thickness (mm) 5mm
Roll dimensions (w x l) 5mm x 1.3m x 10m
Tog rating (tog) 0.5
Sound reduction (dB) 20dB
 
 
 

Strata Acoustic Underlay A50 is a 5mm thick recycled rubber underlay for timber floors and other hard surfaces including vinyl, tiles and laminate flooring. It is a tough and durable multi-purpose acoustic hard flooring underlay that can either be used as a floating floor or bonded down system.

Strata consists of a 92% recycled rubber mix which acts as a dense, resilient layer for timber or concrete constructions.

  • Pre-fabricated recycled tire granule mat
  • Reduces impact sounds by up to 20dB
  • Guaranteed constant thickness and density
  • Does not deform, maintains efficiency long term
  • Low compression under heavy loads
  • Can be installed under finished flooring
  • Compatible with underfloor heating (UFH)


Applications

For use as an acoustic underlay under most hard floor finishes including:

  • Timber flooring
  • Laminate floors
  • Tiled floors
  • Vinyl flooring

Properties

Dimensions
Roll size 5mm x 1.3m x 10m
Roll Area 13m2
Roll Weight 50kg
Density 750 kg/m3
Mass 3.75 kg/m2

Compression Loads (Over 10 Years)
10 kN/m2 = < 7% loss of thickness
15 kN/m2 = < 10.6% loss of thickness
20 kN/m2 = < 14.3% loss of thickness

Recycled Content
0.593 Recycled tyres per m2
12.09 Recycled tyres per roll
92% Recycled
100% Recyclable

Sound Reduction
Performance Reduction: ΔLw 20dB
Performance will vary with different floor make-up. Best performance achieved when incorporated in a fully bonded floor build up.

Tog Rating
0.5 Tog

Thermal properties
Thermal Conductivity 0.133 W/mK
Thermal Resistance 0.047 m2 K/W
Temperature Stability -35°c to +100°


Strata Acoustic Underlay A50 is a 5mm thick recycled rubber underlay for timber floors and other hard surfaces including vinyl, tiles and laminate flooring. It is a tough and durable multi-purpose acoustic hard flooring underlay that can either be used as a floating floor or bonded down system.

Strata consists of a 92% recycled rubber mix which acts as a dense, resilient layer for timber or concrete constructions.

  • Pre-fabricated recycled tire granule mat
  • Reduces impact sounds by up to 20dB
  • Guaranteed constant thickness and density
  • Does not deform, maintains efficiency long term
  • Low compression under heavy loads
  • Can be installed under finished flooring
  • Compatible with underfloor heating (UFH)


Applications

For use as an acoustic underlay under most hard floor finishes including:

  • Timber flooring
  • Laminate floors
  • Tiled floors
  • Vinyl flooring

Properties

Dimensions
Roll size 5mm x 1.3m x 10m
Roll Area 13m2
Roll Weight 50kg
Density 750 kg/m3
Mass 3.75 kg/m2

Compression Loads (Over 10 Years)
10 kN/m2 = < 7% loss of thickness
15 kN/m2 = < 10.6% loss of thickness
20 kN/m2 = < 14.3% loss of thickness

Recycled Content
0.593 Recycled tyres per m2
12.09 Recycled tyres per roll
92% Recycled
100% Recyclable

Sound Reduction
Performance Reduction: ΔLw 20dB
Performance will vary with different floor make-up. Best performance achieved when incorporated in a fully bonded floor build up.

Tog Rating
0.5 Tog

Thermal properties
Thermal Conductivity 0.133 W/mK
Thermal Resistance 0.047 m2 K/W
Temperature Stability -35°c to +100°


 
 
 
Downloads
  • Strata A50 Acoustic Underlay data sheet
    Strata A50 Acoustic Underlay data sheet
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