RLA Polymers

Acoustic Solutions

AKU-Tile® 4 Impact Noise Reduction (INR) System
Acoustic Felt Tiles for Impact Noise Reduction under Ceramic Tiles

AKU-Tile® 4 INR
Introduction
System Components
Surface Preparation
Priming & Application
Expansion / Movement Joints
Technical Data
Test Results
Technical Data Sheet (pdf)

Surface Preparation

Concrete:
The substrate must be free of all dirt, oil grease and loosely adhering particles and dry. Concrete floors must be dry in accordance with A.S. 1884-1985 Appendix A 70% Relative humidity maximum or Industry Standard (NZ=75%RH). Honeycomb and spalled concrete is to be repaired and any protrusions must be removed. Non porous concrete should have the surface removed by mechanical means such as diamond grinding.

Timber:
Timber floors should have all coatings removed back to solid wood. It should be free from dust and any contaminant that may hinder adhesion. T&G flooring should be well fixed and demonstrating minimal movement. If required, Tile and Slate underlayment should be installed as per the manufacturer’s instructions to isolate the excessively moving T&G flooring prior to AKU-Tile® 4 being installed. Particleboard flooring should be dry, solid and firmly fixed in place.

Our technical advice for use, whether oral, written, or in tests, is given with our best knowledge. It is an indication only and does not involve our responsibility. Values are given as examples and may not be regarded as specifications. As we are not able to monitor product use and given the numerous materials and possible uses, users must perform the necessary tests to verify that the product is suitable for the intended use. Users are responsible for complying with the local legislation and for obtaining any required approvals or authorizations. Users of our products are invited to contact our departments to obtain current versions of technical data sheets and safety data sheets.
 
 
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