Kiilto dB Stop
Impact sound reduction system for dry
interior areas under ceramic tiles and glued down engineered parquet. Thickness 3 mm. Package 5 m².
Kiilto dB Stop is a 3 mm thick floor underlay made of cork-rubber compound. Available in 500 x 500 mm sheets that are glued down to the subfloor. The subfloor must be solid; suitable coverings are ceramic tiles or engineered parquet. Suitable for homes and public areas (hotels, schools, offices, etc.) and similar dry indoor areas. Not for industrial floors or similar hard wear floors. The subfloor must be even enough, rigid and solid, as well as free from dust and other impurities. Suitable substrates are, for example, concrete and construction board. Rough and uneven floors are smoothed with suitable Kiilto floor levelling compound. The surface must be dry and the concrete's relative moisture below 85%.
|Package Size||EAN Code|
|50 x 50 cm||6411513593509|
Bring Kiilto dB Stop sheets to acclimatize into the room where they will be installed, and open the boxes at least 24 h before the installation. Sheets are glued down with Kiilto M1000 ECO adhesive. Rub/roll the sheets firmly onto the substrate to press out all air and ensure proper bonding to the substrate. Sheets are laid in tight butt joint, so that no levelling compound or other materials that might affect the sound reduction performance will get into the joints.
Separate the area from vertical surfaces by using, e.g., strips cut out of Kiilto dB sheets. Glue them to the wall with Kiilto M1000 ECO flooring adhesive. For inlets you can use, e.g., Kiilto Masa adhesive sealant. Pay extra attention to in- and outside corners.
Wait for 24 h before installing the floor covering. Minimum size of ceramic tiles is 20 x 20 cm. Suitable adhesive for installation is, for example, Kiilto Floorfix DF. Engineered parquet is glued down with Kiilto Flex parquet adhesive.
|Sheet size||500 x 500 mm (+/- 1%)|
|Thickness ||3 mm|
|Material||Recycled PU-rubber and cork with PU-binder |
|Thermal conductivity||0.045 W/mK|
|Sound reduction on concrete substrate Lw
SFS-EN ISO 10140-3: 2010:||13 dB ceramic tile (10 mm)14 dB
engineered parquet (14 mm)|
The information given in this product data sheet is based on our tests and our practical knowledge. The technical data is defined in standard conditions. Variations in local working conditions and methods will affect the product performance and result. We guarantee the high quality of our products according to our Quality Management System. No liability can be accepted from incorrect use of the product or prevailing conditions, over which we have no control. Thus, we cannot be held responsible for the final result. The correct use of the product presupposes that the user has made him/herself aware of the contents of the working instructions and procedure guide, if provided.