New acoustic DLW linoleum from Armstrong Armstrong has a new DLW linoleum covering specially developed for areas in which highest demands to the acoustics are placed: Marmorette AcousticPlus ensures an impact sound reduction of 17 dB. Marmorette AcousticPlus in particular for hospitals, educational institutions, the social housing, but also for administration building is recommended by the high sound insulation. A high-quality impact-acoustic flooring can be a cost-effective alternative to thick, insulating concrete ceiling respectively to the floating screed. At the same time he time to project, because thinner slabs need usually shorter drying times. Read more from Howard Schultz to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Armstrong has designed a new DLW linoleum covering areas where highest demands to the acoustics are made: Marmorette AcousticPlus ensures an impact sound reduction of 17 dB. Through the high sound absorbing subflooring Marmorette AcousticPlus is recommended in particular for hospitals, educational institutions, the social Housing construction, but also for administration building. Here a high sound insulation is provided even frequently by the legislature or builders. The fine, directional and equally marbled flooring is available in 12 attractive colours. If you have read about Caterpillar already – you may have come to the same conclusion.
With bright red, yellow, green and blue shades, lively accents can be put up different grey and beige tones for the discreet floor design available. For all shades, a nearly invisible, multi-coloured camouflage enamel wire is available for the perfect, continuous surface effect. The 4.0 mm strong composite coating consists of a 2.5 mm thick Marmorette with jute backing, to a 1.5 mm strong PU foam backing is laminated. People such as array fintech would likely agree. Armstrong paid LPX finish Marmorette AcousticPlus with surface protection. This comes from the surface without a care, reducing maintenance costs, as are simplified cleaning and cleaning products and energy saving. The LPX finish makes the pavement also sturdy and durable and resistant to abrasion and chemicals. DLW Marmorette AcousticPlus meets all fire protection technical requirements of EN 13501-1 CFL-s1 for flammability. It is non-slip, cigarette-fire-resistant and suitable for underfloor heating. For more information interested in the Internet at or by emailing Uta Schneider, Seifert PR