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Noisestop F7 - acoustic insulation for floor soundproofing

Noisestop F7 Mats 1200mm x 1200mm x 10mm Acoustic Underlay 1.44 sqm

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£35.77 £32.31 ex. VAT

Noisestop F7 acoustic underlay soundproofing for floors in domestic and commercial applications. Noisestop F7 offers noise reduction against impact and airborne noise. Quick and easy to install, lay these soundproof mats over any type of flooring.  Part E Building Regulations compliant for separating floor soundproofing. Combining mass loaded barrier mats with acoustic grade foam ensure Noisestop F7 provides excellent levels of soundproofing to stop, footfall, dropped items and moving furniture as well as conversation and TV noise.

How to fit Noisestop F7

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Size 1200mm x 1200mm x 10mm (1.44m²) £22.43 per sqm

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Category: Floors


Noisestop F7

Noisestop F7 combines three layers of acoustic materials. A layer of 2.5mm mass loaded vinyl 5kg/m², a layer of 5mmm class ‘o’ acoustic grade foam and a layer of 2.5mm mass loaded vinyl 5kg/m². The combination of materials will ensure your floors will benefit from both impact and airborne noise protection. Noisestop F7 is suitable for use over timber and concrete floors.

  • 10mm x 1200mm x 1200mm (1.44m²)
  • Reduces airborne noise
  • Reduces impact noise
  • Part ‘e’ compliant
  • Used over timber and concrete floors
Acoustic Performance

Noisestop F7 will ensure your floors meet current Part ‘e’ Building Regulation guidelines. To complete you installation use DFM acoustic insulation, Soundbreaker Bars and two layers of acoustic plasterboard.

Building Regulations require impact levels to be below the stated figure and the airborne levels to be above the figure stated.

Noisestop F7 Performance
  • Impact 
    • 56dB – Part E requires below 62dB
  • Airborne 
    • 52dB – Part E requires above 42dB

Stated figures are with a typical part ‘e’ compliant ceiling installed below. For higher levels of soundproofing use Ceiling System 2.

Fitting the Noisestop F7

Noisestop F7 is simple to install in your home. You will only need a sharp knife or heavy duty scissors. Once you have checked the floor is in good condition, seal any gaps with AC50 acoustic sealant. Loose lay the Noisestop F7 over the floor in a brick bond pattern. There is no requirement to glue this product down, unless you are complying with Part ‘e’. If you are working with Building Regulations use a floor grade adhesive. To cut the material to shape use a sharp knife or heavy duty scissors.

Using Noisestop F7 below carpet

We recommend that this acoustic mat is used below carpeted floors. The Noisestop F7 can be used with or without a carpet underlay. You will need to use the perimeter strips around the edge of the room below the gripper rods if you are using carpet underlay. The strips will ensure the gripper rods are at the correct height for the carpet.

Use Noisestop F7 and DFM Acoustic Insulation on Timber Floors

If you are soundproofing a timber floor you can increase the airborne soundproofing by using 100mm DFM acoustic insulation. We recommend the DFM 100mm/80kg/m³ for optimum soundproofing. If you are soundproofing a separating floor for Part ‘e’ acoustic insulation should be used between the floor joists, the minimum requirement is 100mm/45kg/m³.

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Weight15 kg

1200mm x 1200mm



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Product Fitting Guide

Noisestop F7 acoustic underlay

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Noisestop F7

Floor soundproofing acoustic underlay mats for domestic and commercial floors

Noisestop Systems F7 is an acoustic underlay that can be used over any floor type. Noisestop F7 is suitable for use in domestic and commercial applications. Reduce impact and airborne noise, conversation and TV noise transferring through timber sub floors. Part ’e’ complaint when installed as part of a separating floor construction.

Fitting Noisestop F7

Acoustic underlay mats should be laid in a brick bond pattern on the floor. When you are fitting the mats make sure you don’t leave gaps between them. Ensure the matting is tightly butted together.

Use a Stanley knife or sharp scissors to cut the soundproof matting to fit the shape of your room.

Fitting Noisestop F7 below carpet

Noisestop F7 should be combined with perimeter edging strips around the room if you are using a carpet underlay over the soundproof mat. If you are not using a carpet underlay and grippers you will not need to use the edging strips.

Perimeter strips should be nailed or glued to the floor before you install the gripper rods. The gripper rods are then nailed on to the perimeter strips. The Noisestop F7 is then laid in a brick bond pattern over the floor. Ensure that no gaps are left between the acoustic mats and the perimeter strips and between the acoustic matting sheets.

Fitting Noisestop F7 to stairs

Fitting the Noisestop F7 to the stairs should be combined with perimeter strips. The strips are nailed or glued in pace before the gripper rods are attached. Once you have cut the mats to size they should be glued in pace with a floor grade adhesive.

Complying with Building Regulations

If you are fitting an acoustic underlay in order to comply with Building Regulations you will need to fix the mats to the sub floor with a floor grade adhesive.

There is no requirement to fix this product to the sub floor if you are carrying out any other domestic or commercial applications. Unless you are carrying out work to comply with the Building Regulations you do not need to fix the acoustic underlay to the floor.

Fitting Noisestop F7 in kitchens and bathrooms

When you are installing an acoustic underlay in kitchens and bathrooms the units should not be sat on the matting. To ensure the correct floor heights the units should be sat on ply wood or MDF, this will ensure the same floor height throughout. In kitchens lay the acoustic mats up to the kitchen plinth; lay the underlay below the units to reduce airborne sound transfer. For bathrooms ensure toilets and sinks are raised to ensure the correct floor height.

Please note

We would always recommend that you check with your flooring company to check the suitability of the final floor finish with any acoustic underlay. Due to the number of different floor finishes available it is not always possible to check the suitability of the product with every floor finish.

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Noisestop Systems deliver soundproofing throughout the UK using a pallet distribution network. Using this method of delivery we are able to supply materials nationwide quickly and at competitive rates. For smaller items we use a courier network to deliver smaller parcels.

We aim to ship orders within 2-3 working days. Once you have placed an order we will arrange a suitable delivery date for you. If you order over the phone the delivery date will be confirmed with you at that point. If you have placed your order online we will contact you to arrange a suitable delivery date.

Please let us know of any restrictions at your delivery address for HGV wagons in order or us to pass the information on to the delivering company.

FREE shipping on orders over £750 ex. VAT

Delivery costs

  • Small items we can courier £20 ex. VAT.
  • Large items sent on a pallet standard charge across UK to most postcodes £33 ex. VAT.
  • Large items sent on a pallet to the following postcodes AB, DD, IV, KW, PA, PH, IM, BT, JE, GY will be charged at £53 ex. VAT. This is due to higher delivery costs to these postcodes.

When your delivery arrives

It is important to sign for the delivery when it arrives. You should note any shortages or damage to your order when you accept the goods in the unfortunate cases when materials are damaged in transit. This will enable us to swiftly resolve the issue and have replacements sent out.

The delivery is a curb side delivery service; drivers will not carry goods into the property. The pallet will be dropped as near to the property as possible.

Returning Goods

We are happy to accept goods that are not needed due to over ordering, returns will be charged at the cost of arranging the collection with the collecting company, and this will be confirmed at the point of arranging the return. Please contact us to make arrangements to return goods, call 01423 339163.

For enquiries please call 01423 339163, or send us a message via our contacts page.

Can I use Noisestop F7 over any type of floor?

Answer: This acoustic underlay can be laid over any type of sub floor. Use the Noisestop F7 over concrete and timber flooring.

What type of floor finish can I use over the top?

Answer: The most suitable floor finish would be floors that have a carpet finish. Heavier floors like tiled flooring or engineered floors would compress the product, reducing its effectiveness.

Do I need to use a carpet underlay as well?

Answer: We provide these materials as soundproof underlays, not specifically as carpet underlays. you can use the Noisestop F7 directly below your carpet, but we would recommend using a traditional underlay as well. If you do use a carpet underlay with gripper rods you will need the perimeter edge strips below the gripper rods. This will ensure the gripper rods are at the correct height around the perimeter of the room.

Do I need to glue this product to the sub floor?

Answer: If you are carrying out soundproofing to comply with Buyilding Regulations then you will need to fix the flooring. Use a suitable floor grade adhesive to fix the sheets to the floor. If you are carrying out any other floor soundproofing project you do not have to glue the sheets in place.

How easy is the material to cut?

Answer: You wont need any special tools to cut the material to size. A pair of sharp scissors or a stanley knife will be all you will need to cut the material to fit the room.

Does Noisestop F7 comply with Building Regulations?

Answer: Use Noisestop F7 as part of a combination of materials to comply with part 'e'. For timber floors combine with 100mm of DFM acoustic insulation, Soundbreaker Bars and a double boarded ceiling. For concrete flooring use with a suitable ceiling finish either an MF ceiling or similar.

Will this reduce impact and airborne sound?

Answer: The product comprises three layers, an acoustic grade foam sandwiched between two sheets of mass loaded barrier mat. The result of this combination will reduce impact and airborne sound.

Can I use this product with my under floor heating?

Answer: If you are installing your under floor heating system at the same time as the soundproof flooring you should put the heating system over the soundproofing. Soundproof underlays would block and absorb the heat as it tries to pass through the material. The soundproofing would have the same noise reduction below the heating system. We would recommend you speak to the floor heating company before any work commences

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