Specifically designed to be installed under a floating screed on a concrete floor, YELOfon® HD10+ is a high performance sound proofing layer with stand-out features. The system has been installed in various domestic and commercial developments across the UK including apartments, student accommodation, airports, libraries and other applications requiring premium sound proofing. In addition to the systems excellent acoustic performance (Robust detail E-FC-5), YELOfon® HD10+ also excels in installation, practicality and cost effectiveness.
Sound Proofing that Speaks for Itself
Over 7,000,000m2 of YELOfon® HD10+ has been installed as the sound deadening solution in various new build developments nationwide and is widely recognised as the ultimate sound proofing solution for under screeds. 24,000m2 of YELOfon® HD10+ was recently installed into the prestigious Avant-Garde Tower located in the bohemian town of Shoreditch and 10,000 m2 on the contemporary Ebury square development in Belgravia, London.
A notable benefit is the rolls lightweight and easy to handle properties, making them easy to move around on site. This represents a significant advantage for ground workers and installers who traditionally use heavy rubber based systems requiring a 2 man lift. Each YELOfon® HD10+ roll has a coverage area of 50m2 and weighs just 20kg, in comparison to typical rubber rolls that have a lower coverage of 10m2 and weigh 36kg. This feature significantly reduces installation times as each roll covers a larger area and helps reduce potential risk of injury from lifting and during installation.
Easy to Cut Corners Not Performance
When installing the system, ground workers can cut the rolls quickly and simply with a standard Stanley knife. This makes for easy detailing round doorways, corners and more intricate areas such as waste pipes. Other systems can prove extremely difficult to cut, with rubber often blunting blades, causing injury or wasting valuable time and money.
Compatible All Round Performer
YELOfon® HD10+ can we be used underneath both sand cement and anhydrite floating screeds, making the system extremely flexible for installers. In addition under floor heating systems can also be laid over the system either with or without an additional thermal insulation board. With under floor heating systems becoming increasingly popular, this represents a significant benefit to the developer and the end consumer who can enjoy the benefits of minimum sound intrusion and a heated floor under foot.