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This tailor-made acoustic UFH system offers:

• Heating and floor deck in a single solution over a solid or timber floors.

• A low profile UFH solution combined with outstanding acoustic properties, exceeding Part E.

• Minimal height build-up at just 33mm, saving typically 67mm compared to typical acoustic batten solutions.

• Low weight solution compared to a liquid screed or sand & cement screed UFH system.

• A sustainable solution, with the gypsum board being made up of a minimum of 60% recycled product and categorised under Knauf Environmental Product Declarations - according to ISO 14025.

A straightforward installation

This new acoustic solution from Nu-Heat, produced in partnership with Knauf, comprises a pre-routed Knauf gypsum board bonded to acoustic fibreboard, into which Nu- Heat’s 14mm tube system is neatly installed.

The tongue and groove panels offer high thermal conductivity allowing a quick transfer of heat into the room and create a stable, monolithic floor finish with minimal movement.

Exceeding Part E, this solution is particularly suited to newbuild and renovation apartments where an efficient and discreet underfloor system is required as an integral part of an acoustically secure system that is simple to install.

• Simply installed directly over a level screed section or structural working deck.

• A floor section that is installed like a typical T&G floor prior to laying the UFH pipe.

• Provides a high quality fit-and-finished floor section. • Single manifold, up to 160m2

less material.

• Complete mechanical & electrical installation design and AcoustiPanel™ layout drawings, provided by Nu-Heat. – for a quick installation, using


COLLECTION Polyflor is pleased to announce the relaunch of the popular Polysafe Wood fx PUR sheet vinyl safety flooring with the addition of brand new high clarity wood effect designs.

Building on the established success of the classic designs within Polyflor’s Wood fx range, a new series of six on- trend wood styles have been introduced, some featuring a wider plank format for more contemporary look. The fresh additions to Polyflor’s enlarged collection of 12 Wood fx designs are Oiled Oak, Sun Bleached Oak, Roasted Limed Ash, Tropical Pine, Aged Oak and Nero Oak.

Providing sustainable wet slip- resistance in busy, public areas where there is a risk of water spillage, Wood fx is suitable for heavy commercial areas, including healthcare, education, housing, retail, leisure and office environments. Ideal


for creating a homely and nurturing ambience, these wood effect designs are also suitable for use in dementia- friendly environments.

The Polysafe Wood fx range features imperceptible, built-in aluminium

oxide safety particles integrated through the product’s performance layer, providing virtually invisible sustainable slip resistance. With added underfoot protection to meet duty of care requirements, Wood fx is fully HSE Compliant, achieving 36+ on the Pendulum Wet Test and a low slip potential classification. As with all Polysafe products, Wood fx’s slip resistance is assured for the guaranteed life of the product, meeting the 50,000 cycles abrasion test detailed in EN 13845.

Ease of maintenance in high footfall areas is important and Wood fx’s cleanability is enhanced with Polysafe PUR, a cross-linked and UV cured polyurethane reinforcement to achieve superior cleaning benefits, improved dirt pick up as well as optimum appearance and colour retention levels. Suitable for hygiene critical areas, Wood fx’s flexible sheet format allows the product to be coved and welded at the seams to provide an impervious sealed finish.

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