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Profloor Ecoroll


Profloor Ecoroll is a sound-insulating material used for the reduction of impact sound. It is widely used under flooring in order to improve footfall - sound insulation. As it offers a higher level of sound insulation compared to traditional methods, it can be installed in any kind of construction (houses, offices, hospitals, trade centres, etc.).

  • Excellent vibration damper
  • Very high resistance to rending, tearing, compression and abrasion
  • Superior sound and thermal insulating properties
  • Easy to install, simply rolled out and bonded to the existing floor surface
  • Able to tile using flexible adhesives and grout

Profloor Ecoroll

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