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Foamed polyethylene resilient flanking strip Floor slab (In-situ concrete slab on profiled metal decking or pre-cast units) Voids sealed around pipe One layer of gypsum-based board nominal 8 kg/m² Fire stop cavity barrier Timber or light steel frame Notes This detail is recommended in the Robust Details Handbook. The floor slab may be in-situ concrete supported by profiled metal decking or precast concrete units with a screed. See Section 4 for floor and ceiling treatment options. The frame used for boxing in may be timber or light steel.
Care must be taken to avoid air gaps at edges of the screed. No services should be installed in the floor system. Floor treatment must be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 2 Ceiling treatment details All separating floors should have a ceiling treatment of at least one layer of nominal 8 kg/m2 of gypsum-based board. Ceiling treatments to precast unit separating floors may require 10 kg/m2 of gypsum-based board depending on the size of the void between ceiling and precast unit (see details below for further guidance).
Floor slab (In-situ concrete slab on profiled steel decking or pre-cast units) Proprietary battens with integral resilient foam strip Notes This floating floor treatment is a Robust Detail floor treatment (FFT 1) when used with 18 mm (minimum) tongue and groove flooring board and resilient composite battens at least 70 mm deep. Total clearance ≥ 70 mm when loaded to 25 kg/m2. The timber batten is bonded to resilient foam strips at the top or at the bottom. For additional performance, a 19 mm gypsum-based board may be included under the flooring board (optional).
Acoustic Detailing for Multi-Storey Residential Buildings by The steel construction Institute