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Acoustalay Adhesive Backed Foam Underlay 3mm 10m² 10m² (62317)

10m². 3mm cross-linked, polyolefin foam adhesive backed underlay. Designed for use with engineered and solid wood flooring and a wooden-based sub-floor. Typical use: bedroom, spare room and living room.

  • Use Over Underfloor Heating
  • Mould & Mildew-Resistant
  • Spot Levelling (min. 2.7mm)
  • Prevents Rocking & Sound Bridges
  • Joint Protection 0.5mm Deflection Under Load
  • Significantly Reduces Installation Time
  • Good Transmitted Sound Reduction

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£39.59INC VAT

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Acoustalay Adhesive Backed Foam Underlay 3mm 10m² 10m² is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Plan, plan and plan again As the title suggests plan, plan and plan everything before you start. Laying out is easy enough, ensuring you have enough excess at the start (approximately 3 board widths) to peel back and cut off the redundant underlay. If your rolls are anything like mine they are not going to lay flat however do not do what I did and staple down to the wooden subfloor as when you come to pull out the peel back plastic it tears at the staple and gives you all sorts of nightmares. Suggest double sided tape instead and do not overlap. If your boards are thin and those annoying multi length ones at that, get someone to help you with the first row, my advice would be to lay 2 full rows (hence why 3 board widths of excess underlay) before you start to pull out the peel back plastic. The second person is to stop the floor boards twisting. After that it is an absolute doddle and I had a 25m2 room done on my own in no time (would have taken less time with fixed length boards). Once the boards have settled after a few months it really is effective stuff with quiet footfalls and boards that are not going anywhere. Don't delay, buy today. Oh and at the time I bought it Screwfix was the cheapest anywhere, fact.
Date published: 2015-11-21
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Can this be used on concrete flooring?

Asked by: Floorer2017
Yes - but a separate vapour barrier must be used i.e. 125mu PE film or a barrier that meets EN13984
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-06-01

is this underlay ok to use with luxury vinyl florring (lvt)

Asked by: glenbobobbibs
No - it is not hard enough for LVT - the only Acoustalay product that Screwfix stock that is suitable for LVT click tiles is our Acoustalay 1500 which gives 60kpa of support to the joints but this is not adhesive backed
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-06-10
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Specification
Brand Acoustalay
Coverage Per Pack 10 m²
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Length 10 m
Product Thickness 3 mm
Product Type Adhesive Backed Foam Underlay 3mm 10m²
Product Width 1 m
Suitable Use Type Use Over Underfloor Heating

L x W x Th: 10m x 1m x 3mm. Max. load: 250kg/m² with less than 10% compression. Joint protection/compressive strength: 28kPa, 2800kg/m². Prevents deflection; protecting the joints.