Dunlop Timbercushion is recommended for use with most common laminate, engineered wood and solid timber floating floors where superior noise reduction, effective moisture protection and resilience is required.
Regupol® 6010 15mm is a soundproofing acoustic underlay manufactured from recycled SBR rubber, bound with polyurethane. The unique material composition and specific density makes the product suitable under heavy duty screeds, CFC sheeting and solid T&G and plywood flooring systems.
Quality high standard design
Specially developed to clean and maintain timber floor surfaces
Refillable cartridge suitable for all kinds of cleaning products
Streak free cleaning makes floors look pristine
Rotating mop head for ultimate reach in difficult areas
Microfibre dual action cleaning pad
Quick and simple to use with minimal effort
Sturdy well made handle and trigger grip
Free gift for any oder over $2000
Dunlop Aquacoustic is a specialist timber flooring underlay that provides unsurpassed acoustic performance. Incorporating a 200 micron moisture resistant barrier, Aquacoustic offers a superior moisture protection.
Regupol® 6010 10mm is a soundproofing acoustic underlay manufactured from recycled SBR rubber, bound with polyurethane. The unique material composition has made this product a good impact sound reduction underlay under timber, carpet and approved rubber flooring such as everroll® rubber flooring.
Regupol® 6010 10mm provides good sound absorption under a variety of flooring finishes and can be found in the education, commercial, retail, multi-residential and fitness industries.
The Regupol® 4515-S 3mm is a soundproofing acoustic underlay manufactured from high quality PUR foam granulates and cork, bound with polyurethane. This unique material composition allows the acoustic underlay to be compatible with PVC flooring and will not cause plasticizer migration. The sanded finish and smooth texture of the Regupol® 4515-S 3mm enables the resilient flooring to be installed directly to the underlay, without the need for separation layers.