Mats types for floating laying

Mat made of environmental friendly cardboard

Very efficient and practical. Its structure is composed of a sheet of kraft paper combined with a wavy cardboard layer that makes the mat both flexible and compact. Suitable for any thickness. During laying, the wavy cardboard layer must face downwards, placing the boards on the smooth and flat side of the mat. To attach the different pieces of mat together, we use a 5 cm-wide paper adhesive tape. This mat is particularly suitable also for laying on underfloor heating systems.

Mat made of virgin wool

This innovative mat is made by matching a sheet of kraft paper with a 4mm-thick layer of carefully treated pure virgin wool. Its outstanding technical features make it particularly advised for laying a floor on underfloor heating systems. Since it is a very soft and elastic mat, it is recommend for boards and floors with a thickness of 21mm or higher. During laying, the woollen side must face downwards, leaving the boards in direct contact with the softer side of the mat. To attach the different pieces of mat together, we use a 5 cm-wide paper adhesive tape.

Mat made of cork

This mat is made of pressed cork. It is provided in rolls that are laid on the base and attached together using paper adhesive tape. The thickness of this mat can be of 2 or 3 mm, but it can reach up to 6 mm upon request. Suitable also for underfloor heating systems. We recommend to handle this mat with care during laying, since it is composed of very fragile material and it may break easily.

Rigid mat made of wood-fiber

Rigid underfloor wodd-fiber mat, soundproofing from foot traffic. Breathable and natural thanks to its remarkable dimensional stability and crush-proofing (20 t/sq.m.), it offers values of improvement in the abatement of the noise caused by the foot traffic up to 19 db.