MFS-AF Adjustable Floor Spring

The MFS-AF is an acoustic floating floor spring mount specifically built for lightweight floors. The ability to adjust the height gives it an advantage over the standard MFS when placing mounts on floors that are not level.

The MFS-AF (Adjustable Flat) spring mounts are designed to be easily fixed to the underside of the boards and at joins between boards.

Installation Photos

Please see installation photos of our MFS-AF Lightweight Sprung Floating Floor system below:

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