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Product overview separating floors

We design, manufacture and install a range of different systems to floors to reduce airborne noise. We have many different solutions including systems to reduce impact noise as well as systems to meet current Part E Building Regulations for separating floors.

TPS Separating Floor is a unique floor and ceiling system designed to meet Part E Building Regulations with the minimum space loss in a cost effective way for developers and architects.

It consists of two resilient layers; one on top of the joist (floor above) and one below the joist (ceiling below). These resilient layers consist of specialist soundproofing materials that effectively provide soundproofing to meet the minimum requirements to pass the sound test in order to meet Part E Building Regulations.

Here is a useful video of Jim explaining the TPS Separating floor system.

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