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Hush Panel 28 Acoustic Floating Floor 2400mm x 600mm

Hush Panel 28 Acoustic Floating Floor 2400mm x 600mm

URN: 3001288

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Hush Panel 28 by Hush Acoustics is a specially designed acoustic board that can be used to improve the soundproofing of your home or office. This board is made up of 18mm high-density P5 moisture-resistant tongued and groove with a factory bonded 10mm Hushfelt resilient layer. The result is an extremely effective acoustic barrier that can significantly reduce noise levels. The tongued and groove design of the Hush Panel 28 makes it easy to install and meets UK building regulations. It is laid in a conventional broken bond pattern, you can use hush bond panel adhesive to improve the build. The sound-reducing floor panel can be painted or stained to match your existing décor. This efficient acoustic panel is an ideal solution for reducing noise in high-traffic areas like hallways, stairwells, and offices. Hush panel 28 is suitable as an overlay board on existing timber floors or as a standalone floating floor. With its superior noise-reducing properties, this panel is the perfect way to improve the sound quality in your home or office. The dimension of each board is 1200mm x 600mm x 18mm.

Technical Specification
Sales Unit:Board
Sales Unit Coverage:1.44m2
Brand:Hush Acoustics

Hush Panel 28 Acoustic Floating Floor 2400mm x 600mm

URN: 3001288

Want a quotation?

What Makes Hush Panel 28 Different?

Most other floor deck manufacturers use a resilient layer made from rubber or foam, whereas Hush Panel uses Hushfelt resilient layer, which is a patented system.

Other acoustic boards on the market can be quite expensive, but Hush Panel 28 is very competitively priced and is a cost-effective way to reduce noise in your home or office. There is a peel clean version available for easy single time saving operation installation.

Structural Floor Board

Hush Acoustics 'Hush Panel 28' can be used as a structural floor board for separating floors which will help with impact soundproofing. The 18mm high-density p5 moisture resistant board will meet building regulations

Overlay Floor Board

Hush Panel 28 can be used as an overlay board on top of existing separating floors. When used as an overlay board, the Hush Panel 28 will positively impact sound proofing of your home or office while providing a new level of durability and stability to your floor.

Hush Panel 28 is an excellent solution in a sound insulation system for both refurbishment and new build projects to help meet any current building regulation requirements for sound transmission between floor structures.

How To Install

Whether you are installing Hush Panel 28 as structural floor or overlay board, both will likely need a professional for the installation.

When laying the panels, use Hush Bond adhesive in the joint. It's recommended that the perimeter detail (according to Robust Details) should be isolated from the rest of the floor using either an acoustic sealant, like Hush Seal 20, or Hush RD flanking strip so the floor floats freely from the walls, maintaining acoustic isolation.

Equivalent Products

Other products are available on the market. The main competitor is Monarfloor Deck 18. Monarfloor is a rubber or foam-based layer whereas Hushfelt is a patented system.

The main difference between the two products is that Hush Panel 28 has a much higher density than Monarfloor which gives it better sound absorption properties and makes it a more effective acoustic barrier.

It is also more cost-effective than Monarfloor making it a more affordable option for reducing noise in your home or building.

If you need some friendly and straightforward advice, then contact us and we'll be more than happy to help.

Alternatively, we also sell standard 18mm and 22mm P5 moisture resistant chipboard flooring and we have a whole range of acoustic insulation, which includes the popular 100mm RWA45 made by Rockwool.

Key Features

  • Made from chipboard and resilient layer
  • Efficient acoustic floor solution
  • Meets UK building regulations