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We always like techno-transfer materials, and this industrial flexible material can easily be used for soft interior cladding purposes.
This EPDM sound-absorbing underlay / elastomeric Grei line consists of a range of products for the sound insulation of floors. It was developed to be used in the construction and has a high quality performance capacity. Use of the special EPDM rubber and a particular patented design gives this line of products mechanical and acoustic characteristics, which are ideal for impact noise insulation for all kinds of floors. The resistant and flexible mat adapts perfectly to the surface base and, thanks to its self-adhesive border seam, it is extremely easy and quick to lay with precision.
The Grei line is part of a family of rubber products created with eco-compatible technologies and production processes that allow for more than 92% of recycled and/or regenerated materials to be used. It has a high sound insulation performance in reduced thickness. It is resistant to humidity and contributes to achieve the LEED® point rate system into the code area of MR 1.1 1.2-2-3- 4- 5.
Application fields include loors with floating screeds, high thickness screeds and industrial plants bases.
Nowadays, Isolgomma has an established reputation in the Italian and international markets for the development of eco-sustainable solutions. The use of advanced technologies and growing industrialisation of its production processes enable Isolgomma to manufacture products made of recycled rubber granules and fibre boasting unique technical and acoustic features, that are protected by international patents. Thanks to a special grinding process, Isolgomma is able to recycle rubber products like SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber) and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) for manufacturing mats and panels of various thicknesses and densities. Several different product lines – such as hot and cold presses, coupling lines and cutting lines – allow for obtaining eco-compatible items with a minimal environmental impact.