CDM-GYM

CDM-GYM systems are lightweight high performance acoustic floating floors for gyms and fitness areas that can be designed to provide any system height and meet the highest acoustic performance requirements.

To allow the selection of the best solution for the different gym activities, CDM-GYM standard solutions are combining different impact absorption, load distribution and resilient support layers.

CDM-QDECK

CDM-QDECK is a high performance acoustic floating floor deck system. The system has a high bending stiffness for limited built-up height and therefore is well suited for transit areas inside buildings like parking, supermarket and warehouse application types.

CDM-LAT

CDM-LAT is an isolated steel floor batten system for the support of wet or dry floating floors and sprung-floor applications for dance, sport and theatre.

CDM-DPM*

CDM-DPM is an engineered floating floor system with discrete isolators, pre-cut batt insulation and perimeter isolation board. It and can be installed under concrete, wood, and composite floating floors. CDM provides full engineering, layout and shop drawings for each individual project.

CDM-FLOAT

CDM-FLOAT is a pre-manufactured or in situ assembled floating floor solution. The system is delivered to site with full installation drawings.

CDM-MONT

CDM-MONT is an isolated floating floor system utilising reinforced steel boxes cast into concrete and jacked up, after the concrete has cured, to provide the required void depth.

CDM-FLOOR-T

CDM-FLOOR-T is a resilient floor batten system for the support of wet or dry floating floors with anchoring system to the base structure. The battens can be used even on inclined base structures to obtain a high acoustical performance.

CDM-MAT

CDM-MAT is a continuous mat for dry and wet floating floor constructions.

CDM-PERIMETER

CDM-PERIMETER is a resilient strip used to minimize sound transmissions between isolated structures and non-isolated structures. It limits flanking noise transmissions between floating floors or suspended ceilings and adjacent walls or between acoustically decoupled party walls and the building structure.