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.

We have had great success isolating exercise machines such as treadmills and free weights; aerobics floors and nightclub dance areas with Mason acoustic wooden flooring system.

See a typical MFS spring floating floor detail below:

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