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WTCB CSTC
WTCB
BELGIAN BUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE
INSTITUTION RECOGNIZED BY APPLICATION OF THE DECREE-LAW OF JANUARY THE 30th, 1947
CSTC
- Test centre; B-1342 Limeleltc. a\'enuc P. Holoffe 21
- Offices: B- 1932 Sint-Stevens-Woluwe. Lozenb.:rg 7
- Head office: B-1000 Brussels. Rue du Lombard 42
Tel : (32) 2 655 77 11
Tel : (32)27 164211
Tel: (32) 2 50l 66 90
V AT nO: BE 407.695 .057
N'" 042 - l'EST
Fax: (32) 2 653 07 29
Fax: (32) 272532 12
Fax: (32 ) 25028180
Page I 17
LABORATORY of ACOUSTICS
REQUESTED BY :
ItJ
TEST REPORT
N°DE,ATA, RE: DE 631xA979
N° Labo: AC 5384
N° Test sample: 2011 ·039·014·4
ISOLGOMMA
Via dell'Artigianato Z.I.
36020 Albettone· Vicenza
Haly
Contacts:
Tests carried out:
Brandmark:
Requested by:
G. Paolo Milan
BBRI
D. Wuyts
LaboratOlY measurement of impact sound insulation of floors and of the reduction of impact
noise by floor coverings on a heuvy\veight standard floor.
Sylwood floating parquet flooring
References:
EN ISO 140-6: 1998 Acoustics - Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements - Part 6:
Laboratory measurements of impact sound insulation of floors (ISO 140-6: 1998)
EN ISO 140-8: 1997 Acoustics - Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements - Part 8:
Lab. measurements of the reduction of transmitted impact noise by floor coverings on a heavyweight standard floor
EN ISO 717-2: 1996 Acoustics-Rating of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements - Part 2: Impact
sound insulation (ISO 717·2: 1996)
Date and reference orthe request:
Date of receipt of the sample(s):
Test date:
Drafting date of the report:
15102/2011
28/04/2011
14/09/2011
28/0912011
This report with its annexes contains 7 pages. It may only be reproduced in its entirety. Each page of the original report has
been stamped (in red) by the laboratory and initialised by the head of the laboratory. The results and findings are only valid
for the tested samples.
No sample
Sample(s) submitted to a destructive test
[iJ
Sample(s) to be removed from our laboratories 10 calender days after sending of the report, unl ess a written
request is received by the demander of the test
o
o
The engineer in charge of the test,
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Technical Assistant: I
BELGIAN BC ILDING RESEAR CH [NSTITC TE
~ DE 631, A979
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A C 5384
Page 2 / 7
1. Test equipment
TEST EQUIPMENT
BRANDMARK
BrOel & Kjcer type 4 190
2 microphones 1/2"
2 pre-amplifiers for microphone
BrOet & Kjcer type 2669-L
Srue! & KiGer type 2829
One power supply for microphones
One rotating microphone set-up
Acquisi tion system
Norsonic Nor265
Norsonic Nor850 Distributed Multichannel System
Measurement software
Norson ic Nor850 Building Acoustic Software
One calibration source piston phone
BrOel & Kjaar type 4228
One s tandardised tapping m achine
BrOel & Kjcer type 3207
2. The precision of the measurement results
[s subject of study within AHWG of [SOITC 43/SC 2IWG 18 (preparing a revised [SO/PW[ 140-2 )
3. Description of the test element
This descrip ti on ;s given by the producer of the test element and;s not guaranteed by the laboratory. The equivalence between the tested product in this
report and the commercialJsed product is the sole responsability of the producer.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Sylwood floating parquet noaring
COMPOSITION OF THE TESTELEMENT
Only parts of the table below can be made unreadable in copies of this report, e.g. If some data are confidential.
thickne ss
surface mass
+7
+.
+.
~
+,
+3
10mm
Floating parquet
+2
3mm
Special produc1Sylwood
·1
-2
-3
Total thickness of the layers on top of the basic floor
=- 63 mm
T olal surface mass on lop o f the baSIC noor = Okg/m 2 (calcula ted value)
REMARKS
[£]
REDUCTION OF IMPACT SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL
AFFAIBLISSEMENT ACOUSTIQUE BRUT / CONTACTGELUJDNIVEAUREDUCTIE
EN ISO 140·6-1998 Acoustics - Measuremenl of sound insulation In buildings and of building elements
- Pari 6: Labora tory measurements of Jmpacl sound insulation of HOOfS ( ISO 140-6:1998)
EN ISO 140·8-1 997 Acoustics - Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of bUilding elements
- Part 8 : Labora to ry measurements of the reduction of transmItted impact noise by floor coverings on a heavyweight standard floor
EN ISO 717-2 1996 Acoustics-Rating of sound insula tion in buildings and of building elemen ts- Pari 2: Impact sound insulation (ISO 717-2 "1996)
client:
DE: DE 631x A979
PV: AC 5384
date test: 14109/201 1
page:
317
ISOLGOMMA
Via dell'Artigianalo l.1.
36020 Alb eHone - Vicenza
Ita ly
T= 18 .1 'C
11.52 m'
area S of test specimen:
air humidity: 66.0 %
(oppervlakle S proefmonsler I surface de l'echantilion S)
F
66.5 mJ
receiving room :
(onlvangstruimte I saUe de reception)
f
n° sample : 2011-039-014-4
60
l1L
=L no - Ln
(Hzl
(dB)
13 octave bands 50
J
50
80
I
~
I
200
I
I
315
I
~
I
~
1.4
5.9
4.8
4.7
3.7
8.4
~
40
...J
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;
30
~ 38.1
44.9
I
50.'
~
. bands:
3.6
5.2
11 .2
2.
4' .8
5<.
I
l1Lw =
~
20
;::,1
54.3
I
a
21 dB
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10
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0
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Descriotion b the oroducer - Beschriivina door de fabrikant - Descriotion
Sylwood floating parquet flooring
Oaflo
Ie fabrial ant
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<t:
W.T.C.B.
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Characteristics bearing test floor - Beschrijving draagtestvloer - Descri!;!tion de la dalle d'essai
Reinforced co ncrete slab 14 cm thickness / 14 em dikke gewapende betonptaat I da Ue en betan arme de 14 em d'epaisseur.
WETENSCHAPPELlJK EN TECHNISCH
CENTRUM VOOR HET BOUWBEDRIJF
Laboratorium Akoestiek
lombardstraal42
8-10008RUSSEL
IrJ ..
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... 042_TEST
CENTRE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE
DE LA CONSTRUCTION
Laborato ire Acouslique
Rue du Lombard 42
8 -1000 8RUXELlES
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REDUCTION OF IMPACT SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL
AFFAIBLISSEMENT ACOUSTIQUE BRUT I CONTACTGELUIDNIVEAUREDUCTIE
EN ISO 140-6: 1998 Acoustics - Measurement 01 sound insulation in bUildings and 01 bUilding elemenls
• PartG laboratory measurements of impact sound insulation of floors (ISO 140-6: 1998)
EN ISO 140· 8"1997 Acoustics - Measuremen t of sound insulation in bUildings and of building elements
- Pan 8 Laboratory measurements of the reductio n of transmitted impact noise by IlOOf covenngs on a heavyweight standard floor
EN ISO 717-2: 1996 A coustics-Rating of sound insulation in buildings and of building elemenls- Part 2" Impact sound insulation (ISO 717-2 .1996)
client:
DE: DE 631x A979
PV: AC 5364
date test: 14/09/2011
page :
417
ISOLGOMMA
Via dell'Artigianato Z .I.
36020 Albettone - Vicenza
lIaly
area 5 of test specimen:
T= 16.1 °C
11.52 m'
air humidity = 66.0 %
(oppervlakle S proefmonsler I surface de rechanlillon 5)
F
66.5 m'
receiving room :
(ontvangstruimle I salle de recepllon)
f
80
Ln
(Hz)
(dB)
11 /3 octave bands : 50
I
70
If
SO
11.0
1.6
16.
34.S
15.
~I
I
200
60
~
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0
"U..
ai' 50
315
400
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0
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'0
58.6
54.7
51.9
47.9
630
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f [Hz)
C, = 0 d B
,oa,
dnn,de
IbyJbe
Sylwood floa ting parquet flooring
I
I
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U
-
,
.
, de- Ia dalle d'essal
. bearlnq test floor I
Reinforced concrete slab 14 em thickness / 14 em dikke gewapende betonplaat / dalle en beton arme de 14 em d'epaisseur.
WETENSCHAPPELlJK EN TECHNISCH
CENTRUM VOOR HET BOUWBEDRIJF
Laboralorium Akoestiek
Lombardstraat 42
8·1000 BRUSSEL
trJ
.,. 042 - 'lEST
~
CENTRE SCIENTlFIQUE ET TECHNIQ UE
~
DE LA CONSTRUCTION
Laboratoire AcousUque
Rue du Lombard 42
8·10008RUXELLES
sound pressure level or the standardised impact sound Ln.r or a fictious.
normalised reference support noor cOVl'rcd with rhl' testronstruction
1. Determination or the standardised impact sound
The standardised impact sound insulation in the laboratory Ln is determined according to
HEN ISO 140· 6:1998 Acoustics - Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements - Part 6:
The standard EN ISO 717-2:1996 gives the pressure level range of the standardised impact sound In,r,O
of a re ference support floor. The calculated sound pressure level Ln ,r of the standardised impact noise of
the re ference floor covered with the covering subjected to the test is ca lculated from this value and the
reduction of the noise level according to:
Labora/ory measurements of impa ct sound insulation of floors (ISO 140·6:1998)"
A detailed description of the measuring procedures can be found in this standard.
In simple terms, the determination principle can be summarized as follows :
The impact sound is generated by the slandardised tapping machine (with steel-headed hammers) which
is set successively at various positions on the test floor. For each position , sound pressure measurements
are carried out with the help of a continually rotating microphone in the measuring cell located beneath the
floor. Measurements are done during at least one complete rotation and in three different planes of
rotation . One thus obtains an integration over time and space of the sound pressure level spectrum, which
results in an average sound pressure level. The reverberation time in the receiving room is measured ,
wh ich permits one to calculate the correction term to be integrated into the formula for calculating the
standardised impact sound level :
Ln,r
6, Single value indicators.
The single-value indicator (given by the index "w") is described in the standard:
"EN ISO 717-2:1996 Acoustics-Rating of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements
- Part 2: Impact sound insulation (ISO 717-1:1996)"
The calculation of the single-value indicator cannot be summarised in a few lines. See standard for
details.
Old national single-value indicators (NL, B, FR) are also given in the annex to this report. Calculation
modules and more information about the single-value indicator (and about acoustical standardisation in
general) can be found on the website of the Acoustics laboratory, i.e. :
Ii:; = Lpm + 10 log (AI Ao)
with:
= Ln,r,o -l\L
Lpm = the average pressure level in the receiving room, in dB (reference 20 Micro Pa );
An = reference suriace 10 m'l ;
A = the equivalent absorption-surface of the receiving room in m 2 •
http://www.bbri.be/a ntenne norm
2. Determination or the standardised impact sound level of the measurement support floor
The measurement support floor consists of a 14 cm thick solid reinforced concrete slab (dimensions: see
figu re in annex 1). The standardised impact sou nd insulation is determined according to 1.
3. Determination of the standardised impact sound insulation of the floating floor construction
FLOATING FLOOR: The "floating" covering floor is installed on lOP of the measurement support floor
between the raised edges of the measurement support rloor, allowing as such to take into account the
side contact insulation .
FLOOR COVERINGS: These are placed in at least 5, even ly spread places on the measurement rloor. A
description of the floor covering and its mounting on the measurement floor can be found in point 3 on
page 2.
The sta ndardised impact sound insulation of the floating floor construction is determined according to
point 1. The result is represented on page 4.
4. Determination or the impact noise level reduction by the floating covering tlooq
C.S.T.C.
{~U
I
II
~
The impact noise level reduction represents the difference of the s tandardised impact be
the measurement support floor alone minus the standardised impact sound insulatior
(support floor + cove ri ng). It is the best way to acoustically characterise the product
be found on page 3.
test cells at BBRI , Umelette
BELGIUM :
NBN S01-400:1977 Cri te res de ['isol ation acou stique · Criteria van de
akoes ttsche isolatie
BEPALING VAN DE CATEGORIE
Hel lelt dal de vloer tot een bepaalde categoriB behoort, word l bepaald door de ligging van hel spectrum
van het door de.z;e vloer overgebrachle contactgeluid to v. de speclra. die de calegOTiel:!n begrenzen
Wanneer hel gemeten spectrum Mn of meer grensspectra snijdl. is hel de ligglng van het ongunstigsle deer
IIan het spectrum die de categone van de wand bepaall Nochlans. wanneer de overschrijdingen in de
ongunslige zin (bo\len een grensspeclrum) zodanig Zijn dal hun som in om hel even welke groep van 6
opeenvolgende lertsbanden kremer IS dan of gelijk aan 12 dB. dient hiermee geen rekening gehouden Ie
worden.
DETERMINATION DE LA CATEG ORIE
L'appartenance d'un plancner a une calegone esl determrnee par la situatIOn dll spec tre des brui ts de choc
Ir8nsm,s par ce plancher par rapport aux speclres delim'tantles categories. Oans Ie cas oU Ie spectre
mesure chevauche un au plusieurs spectres-limrtes. c'est la srtuation de la partie la pillS dEHavorable du
spectre qu, est determinante pour Ie classement du plancner. TOlltefois.lorsque les dt'lpassements dans Je
sens defavorable(au-dessus d'U!1 speclre-limite) scnltels que leur addilion dans n~mporte quel groupe de 6
trerces successives est infeneure ~ 12 dB. ~ n'en n'est pas lenu compte pOllr Ie clilssemenl en categories
cat.
cat. 11 a
Bask testfloor:
Floating floor:
NETHERLANDS : NEN 5079: mei 1989 Geluidwering in woongebouwen, Het weergeven in een
getal van de geluidisolatie va n bouw elementon, gametan in het laboratorium.
Basic testfloor:
Floating floor:
laboratorium-isolalie-index voor con ta c tgeluid
ICG,lab
= ·8 d B
laboratorium-isol atie-index voor con tac tgeluid
IC G.lab
=
dB
FRANCE
al NF S 31 -052 (Fevri er 1979) Acoustique - Mesure du pouvoir d'isolation acoustique des ehi ments
de construction et de I'isolemenl des immeubles. Mesure en laboraloire de la tra nsmission du
brui t de choc par las pl anchers,
i---------====;::=:;: :===========!IL
asic testfloor:
. -'- TFloating floor:
C.S.T.C.
N iveau Ln expri me e n d B{A) = 84.0 d B {A)
Niveau Ln e x prime en d B{A) =
testfloor {based on spectrum (a)) :
L~ow=
64.6 dB{A)
80.0
dB
C (,o=
-11 dB
floating floor (based on spectrum( b )):
.
S 31.()53 (Fovri er 1979) Aco ustique - Mesure du pouvoir d' isolation acou stique des elements
d;Jconstruction 01 de I' isolamant des immeubles. Mesure en laboratoire de la transmission du
de(choc par les revetements de sol slles daIJlls notlantes· .
COMPANY:
Via
den'Artigian ~I'lth~
36020Albelton 9 -~
d a te test
-
date report
28/09/201 1
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L'e ffi ca c i te AL ex primee e n d B{A) =
2011-039-014-4
nl: iC:.,.f_ IU.. .,.O
' Nots _measurement method based upon EN
19.2
dB(A)
ISO 140-6,1 998c no supplemenlarywe'ghts have been used
upon Ihe floor
L ~w =
58. 0 d B
l"r.ow
=78.0 d B
717-2)
C l rO = -11 dB
. + floating floo r (calculate d (c)-{a)+(b ) )
L"rw =
57,0 dB
C rr =
dB
~duction of impact sound pressu r e leve l
!\L.-, = 78-Ln.r,w
GERMANY, GREAT BRITAIN :
C I = dB
IRefer e n ce floor (data (c) given in EN ISO
the old national va lues are the same as th e new EN
va lulls in this report
= 21.0 dB
C ,,\ =C,,_o- C I ,= -11.3dB