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HOW WILL WE CONTAIN MECHANICAL ROOM VIBRATION AND NOISE? TOGETHER.

While our products are often used in the upper floors of buildings for impact sound insulation, it's important to get to the bottom of all noise and vibration. Machine foundations should be properly isolated to ensure peace and comfort in surounding rooms.

Technical equipment in buildings is essential for providing air, water, heat, and electricity and is usually housed in dedicated mechanical rooms located in basements, on roofs, or other floors. However, sound and vibration nuisance are main challenges that need to be considered when planning the sensitive area of building services. Airborne and structure-borne sound isolation can be specifically designed and implemented using elastomers installed under machine foundations, equipment frames, or floating floor constructions.

The REGUPOL vibration and REGUFOAM vibration isolation materials are ideal for mitigating machine vibration. They provide damping, decoupling, mass, and absorption plus offer the necessary properties to create precisely customized solutions which allow reliable planning in this sensitive application field. The REGUPOL soundpanel and REGUPOL sonus curve are also great choices for treating mechanical rooms. Contact us for specific product recommendations and design assistance. 

 

 

Mechanical rooms - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL vibration

High performance elastomers made of rubber fibers, granules, and polyurethane. Used to treat vibration and structure-borne sound.

Mechanical rooms - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUFOAM vibration

High performance mixed-cell polyurethane foams. Used to treat vibration and structure-borne sound.

Mechanical rooms - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL sonus curve

Cost-effective acoustic underlayment designed to reduce the transmission of footfall noise. Commonly used underneath hardwood, concrete, screed, and floating floor systems.

Mechanical rooms - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL soundpanel

Panelized free-floating subfloor system designed to absorb airborne sound and dissipate struture-borne sound and vibration. 

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