Acousti-Mat I is an economical, low profile, high quality sound mat that requires only a 3/4" (19 mm) Maxxon underlayment pour depth. Listed in over 100 UL fire designs and increasing IIC levels by 8 to 10 points over wood frame and 20 points over concrete, Acousti-Mat I can help meet IBC fire and sound rating requirements. Made with 40% pre-consumer recycled content, it is GREENGUARD Children & Schools™ Certified and may contribute points toward LEED® project certification.
With a low 1/4" (6.4 mm) profile, Acousti-Mat II accepts a thinner floating floor composite and is ideal in both new and retrofit flooring applications where floor height is a concern. Acousti-Mat II increases IIC and STC levels to 10 rating points over wood frame and IIC levels to 20 rating points over concrete. Made with 40% pre-consumer recycled nylon, Acousti-Mat II is GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified and may contribute points toward LEED project certification.
Manufactured of nylon and 10% post-industrial recycled content, Enkasonic® sound mats create sound-rated floors with the high impact insulation class (IIC) and sound transmission class (STC) levels required by the International Code Council (ICC), International Building Code (IBC), and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for luxury developments. Test results indicate that after 10 years of use, Enkasonic retains 97% of its original thickness, is as pliable as a new roll, and performs equally to a newly manufactured roll. Enkasonic increases IIC and STC levels up to 12 rating points over wood frame and IIC levels up to 20 rating points over concrete. Enkasonic is made with 40% pre-consumer recycled nylon and may contribute points toward LEED® project certification and is GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified.
Specified for maximum sound control, Acousti-Mat® 3 provides three times more airspace than Acousti-Mat II and delivers an additional 7 - 10 sound control rating points. For open beam, concrete slab and conventional wood frame construction, Acousti-Mat 3 increases IIC and STC levels to 17 rating points over wood frame and IIC levels to 25 rating points or more over concrete. Acousti-Mat 3 is composed of 40% pre-consumer recycled content; it is GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified and may contribute points toward LEED project certification.
Acousti-Mat® LP (Low Profile) is a sound control mat used over concrete slabs and topped with a Maxxon underlayment to improve IIC ratings. Acousti-Mat LP provides a tough, durable mat with water repellent features and excellent reductions in sound transmission and sound reflection.
Acousti-Mat® LPR is an entangled mesh attached to a unique blend of polymeric fibers. LPR can be attached to a concrete or wood subfloor and then topped with a gypsum or self-leveling underlayment. In this application, the LPR system can meet the 50 IIC sound control rating required by the IBC. Acousti-Mat LPR is made with 40% recycled nylon and may contribute toward points for LEED® project certification. Applying some type of floor goods directly to the mat is an option.
Acousti-Mat SD saves time and money with its unique pattern, designed to fit the flutes of 9/16" – 2 1/2" o.c. 22 gauge corrugated steel decking. Traditionally, sound control in corrugated steel deck construction required an underlayment to be poured directly onto the steel deck to level the surface before a sound mat could be installed. With Acousti-Mat SD, just one underlayment pour is required to achieve superior sound control, a strong, level underlayment and fire safety. Acousti-Mat SD is GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified and may contribute points toward LEED project certification.
- Documented sound tests
- More than 9100 UL fire-rated designs
- Lightweight and easy to install
- Low deflection rate with high load levels
- Durable — Chemical and moisture resistant
Ideal for fast-track projects, Acousti-Mat is fast and easy. After laying Acousti-Mat over the subfloor, Maxxon floor specialists pour a high-strength Maxxon underlayment on top, completing the system.