regupol 7210c

REGUPOL 7210C

Screedmat Resilient Acoustic Layer

Airborne Rating - 49dB Impact Rating - 46dB Thickness - 5mm Size - 2.59m²
Actual Area (sq m) 2.59
Total Price £19.99

£19.99 (ex VAT) / £23.99 (inc VAT)

Quality Rating

Impact Rating

Airborne Rating

Durability Rating

Reduces impact energy generated by footfall. Can be used under all types of floor coverings and over concrete

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).

Please Note: We recommend a wastage of 10% to account for the overlap and perimeter of the project, as per the manufacturers installation guidelines. We also recommend 1 roll of High Tack Tape for every 14 sheets of 7210c required.

Benefits

  • 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).

Installation Guide

Important – The Regupol 7210C cannot be used on a timber or chipboard sub-floor.

Before you lay Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer

  1. Prepare the Base Floor: It is important that the base floor is clean (free from loose dirt and concrete dust). Flat (within National Building Standards +5mm over a 5m span) and where possible, dry

Laying Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer

  1. The Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer is supplied in sheet form.  A sharp craft knife and straight edge must be used for cutting to size
  2. Joints must be overlapped.  The overlap must be at least 50mm and taped down using Regupol® Hi-tack tape
  3. Turn up at all perimeter edges. The Regupol® 7210C Acoustic Resilient Layer should sit above the finished screed height ensuring that there is sufficient material available to lap under all wall linings and skirting boards (we recommend a minimum excess of 75mm).
  4. Lay a waterproof membrane (e.g. Visqueen), minimum of 0.2mm thick over the entire area.  This must be overlapped by at least 100mm and must also cover the upturned edges of the Regupol®.  All joints must be taped to prevent movement during the casting process.

Need help installing? Click here to view our comprehensive fitting guide.

Additional Information

Dimensions 225 x 115 cm
Impact Noise Reduction (dB)

46dB

Airborne Noise Reduction (dB)

49dB

Use

Floors

Ease of Installation

Professional

room

Bathroom, Bedroom, Commercial, Dining, Hall, Kitchen, Lounge, Stairs, Hallway, Living Room, Office, Utility Room

Use For

Impact and Airborne Noise Reduction

Sheet Length

2.25m

Sheet Width

1.15m

Delivery

Delivery Charges

Underlay

Standard (3 Days) Next Day
£0 – £199 ex VAT £15 £40
£200+ ex VAT FREE £25

Soundproofing, Laminate, Real Wood & Carpet Tiles

Standard (3 Days)
£0 – £199 ex VAT £30
£200+ ex VAT FREE

Important Information

    • Standard delivery is 3-5 working days
    • Order with multiple product types will have compound delivery costs, please call for for more information.
    • Due to the bulky nature of certain products and insurance / liability issues, the couriers will only deliver to kerbside. (they cannot be expected to carry goods up to your flat for example)
    • The cost for soundproofing are higher as these must be delivered in pallets which is a higher cost.
    • There is a 40% restocking fee on all soundproofing products.

Underlay-Delivery-Info-RHS (1)Ordering

We aim to dispatch all orders between 3 to 5 working days. As your order is now with our courier network it is subject to adverse weather conditions and road networks, so please be patient.

We deliver from Monday to Friday between 9am and 6pm. We assume that access is available for vehicles for all deliveries and for HGV’S for larger orders. Deliveries are door-to-door and the driver can not be expected to take them inside the property. We request that someone is available to sign for the goods upon delivery.

It is imperative that you the customer are available to sign for the goods upon delivery. Please ensure that your goods are inspected, prior to signature for damage. Once the goods have been signed for in “Good Condition” the carrier and Flooring Warehouse Direct will reject any claim for damages or compensation. Any damage or short delivery should be reported to us within 24 hours of receipt of delivery.

We highly recommend that when booking fitters, more time is allowed for delivery as orders are subject to such things as credit checks, stock availability and delivery conditions which can mean the order may be delayed. If you have any questions, please contact us before making an order.

Returns

If you decide to return any good we recommend you do so within 14 days of receipt. Sadly, we have to exclude any products that have been altered in any way (cut-to-size, made-to-measure etc.)

If you do send the goods back for any reason, please let us know so we can send you our warehouse address. Upon receipt of the goods appropriate credit will be issued.

Is this right for me?

The list below details common noises and their average decibel (dB) level:

Decible (Unit)
Noise Type
0
Low threshold of hearing - the softest sound you can hear
10
Leaves rustling in the breeze / Quiet whisper
20
Average whisper
20 - 50
Quiet conversation
40 - 45
Hotel lobby conversation
50
Rainfall
50 - 65
Loud(ish) conversation
65 - 70
Moderate traffic / Hair dryer
65 - 90
Train
75 - 80
Factory (medium) / Washing machine
90
Heavy traffic / Petrol lawn mower / Busy city
90 - 100
Thunder / Walkman / Traktor
100
Boom box on high volume / Chain saw / Leaf blower
110
Shouting / Symphony concert
115
Rock concert
120
Ambulance siren
130
Threshold of pain / Firework display / Gunshot
140
Airplane takeoff from short distance away
140 - 190
Space rocket takeoff
170
Shotgun

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