CDM-ELEVATOR-FIX is an elevator guide rail isolation system designed to minimize the amount of vibration and structure-borne noise transmitted by an elevator or lift.
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-SEB is a bespoke structural elastomeric bearing for the structural isolation of buildings and other structures.
CDM-QuietDECK 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-VHS Very High Stress bearings isolate buildings from vibration and structure-borne noise caused by trains or trams running nearby or underneath buildings. They are designed to support very large loads whilst being significantly smaller in plan dimensions than traditional elastomer bearings.
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 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-CHR are Simple Spring Bearings for structural isolation of buildings and structures.
CDM-CHR-BOX are Pre-compressed Spring Bearings for structural isolation of buildings and structures.
CDM-RAFT is a resilient continuous supporting bearing system specially designed for raft foundations to protect the building from external vibrations generated especially by external nearby transport infrastructures.