We can offer a complete turn key solution to provide floating floor systems, including design, supply and installation. Mason U.K. designs every floating floor system in house including the reinforcing and concrete design mix. We can also offer support for any other product, including spring mounts, inertia bases and air-springs.
In addition to supplying and offering engineering support for all the products listed on our website, we can design bespoke solutions for special applications. We pride ourselves on being flexible with our approach to design and have designed many unique systems to solve a great variety of noise and vibration problems.
We offer either the full installation of our jack-up floor system, or a supervisory service where we work with the project contractor. It is important to us that every floating floor is installed correctly. Important aspects are:
· Concrete pour
· Concrete finish as required
· Jacked to datum / door threshold
See below for a time lapse video showing the different stages of a Floating Floor construction:
Inertia Bases & Spring Mounts
Inertia bases are typically designed to suit specific pieces of equipment. The design is based on the physical size and weight of the equipment as well as the nature of the vibration it produces. We can help isolate anything from small household pumps to large pieces of industrial plant.
We can also offer on-site support for spring commissioning, bespoke bracket design and installation and anything else your project may require.
We also offer design and installation services for very sensitive equipment requiring isolation to very low frequencies – requiring the use of air-springs. Essentially resonance free, they can be used to isolate machinery such as MRI machines and electron microscopes.
Air springs typically require a large inertial block to produce a stable platform. This needs to be considered when designing a space to accommodate sensitive machinery. We would be happy to work with the project architect and structural engineer from the project outset.