Support For Specifiers, Distributors & Contractors - Monarfloor Acoustic Systems

BRE Trust Companies

BRE provide a complete range of consultancy, testing and commissioned research services covering all aspects of the built environment, and associated industries

BRE Acoustics provides high quality consultancy and research in building acoustics, environmental noise surveys and assessments, transportation (traffic, railway and aircraft) noise and noise mapping.

Monarfloor Acoustic Systems have continually used the services of BRE Acoustics for Building / Laboratory acoustic testing, to ensure our products and systems meet the following, where required:

  • Airborne sound insulation of walls and wall elements (BS EN ISO 140-3 and BS EN 20140-10).
  • Airborne and impact sound insulation of floors (BS EN ISO 140-3 and 140-6).
  • Delta-L impact sound insulation of floor coverings (BS EN ISO 140-6 and 140-8).
  • Airborne and impact sound insulation of walls and floors in the Flanking Laboratory (ISO 140-4 and 140-7).
  • Airborne sound insulation of façades in the Flanking Laboratory (ISO 140-5).
  • Dynamic stiffness of wall ties and resilient materials (BS EN 29052-1 and BS EN ISO 9052-1).
  • Sound power measurements (BS EN ISO 9614, BS EN ISO 3744).
  • Airborne and impact sound insulation testing in the field (BS EN ISO 140-4 and 140‑7).


    Contact Us

    To discuss your project in more detail please;

    Contact your local area manager
    Want to know everything about soundproofing?
    Book a Monarfloor Acoustics CPD

    Or contact us

    Technical Support


    0330 123 4585



    Sales Enquiries & Orders


    0843 224 7400


    0843 224 7401


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