Decoupling Strips for Floors and Attachment Systems
Decoupling Strips for Floors and Attachments
What it is and what it does When installing a floating floor, it is important that this floor doesn't touch the walls anywhere. When this is still the case, vibration is being transmitted to the construction, which is referred to as a sound leak. Before installing a floating floor, wall or ceiling, first attach vibration-isolating strips to the existing construction against which the floating floor, wall or ceiling will be placed. Think of it as a vibration-isolating skirting board made of foam or rubber granulate, depending on the desired product.
Which products are suitable for this purpose and what are the differences? There are two products in our range that can be used as decoupling material between floating structures such as a floor.
Regufoam Strips: Made of a high-quality polyurethane foam, suitable for floating walls, floors and the decks on yachts.
Agglomer Strips: Made of flake foam (also called polypress), suitable for the floating installation of walls, floors and the decks on yachts.
Below you will find the products described to decouple walls and floors.