Concrete Floating Floors

Floating floors systems are used for many purposes, predominantly to prevent noise passing through the floor but also to isolate against vibration and impact.

MFS-AJ Adjustable Floor Spring

The MFS-AJ is a jack specially built for attachment to joists and its used as part of a lightweight acoustic floating floor system. The ability to adjust the height gives it an advantage over the [...]

MFS-AF Adjustable Floor Spring

The MFS-AF is an acoustic floating floor jack specifically built for lightweight floors. The ability to adjust the height gives it an advantage over the standard MFS when placing jacks on floors [...]

MFS Lightweight Floor Spring

It is often necessary to provide an wooden acoustic floating floor rather than the heavier concrete construction with wood topping. Cost or weight restrictions may be the factor.

Lightweight Acoustic Floor Systems

The best performing floating floor systems are typically heavy and thick, using a concrete layer, such as our jack up floating floors. However, sometimes this is undesirable, or not possible due [...]

Super W Pad

Super W pads feature unique waffle pockets which allow for greater deformation of the material, providing excellent isolation performance. Super W anti-vibration pads can be supplied in multiple [...]

Jack-Up LDS Rubber Floating Floors

The Mason FSN Jack-Up acoustic floor system can be used as the crucial part of achieving box in box construction for studios or rooms requiring a high level of acoustic separation or simply [...]

Form Work Floating Floor

The formwork system is the traditional method of creating a floating floor. Isolators are placed at regular intervals across the area and the floating floor built on top.