Impact noise and footfall in multi-level homes and apartments is typically caused by the sound of footsteps, playing children, and objects that have been dropped on the floor above. The noise generated from these actions is dispersed throughout the property, causing disruption and/or frustration for those people below.
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AS4288:2003 Specifies performance requirements for fibrous, non-fibrous and combination soft underlays for use under textile floor coverings and specifies the categories of intended application.
AS 4859.1:2002 Materials for the thermal insulation of buildings
ISO 10140-3:2010 specifies laboratory methods for measuring the impact sound insulation of floor assemblies.
AS/NZS 2111.2 Textile floor coverings
Tests and measures determination of thickness loss under dynamic loading
ISO 9073-3 1989 – Determination Of Tensile Strength And Elongation
AS/NZS 2111.14:1996 Determination Of Thickness Loss After Prolonged, Heavy Static Loading
Determinations of Organic Emissions from Indoor Materials/Products