Sound Seal Inc. Announces Impacta VC300 as the Perfect Solution for Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

Sound Seal announces VC300 is ideally suited to new build or existing facilities such as assisted living, military bases, condos and dormitories.

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VC300 offers excellent acoustics and long-term performance without collapse or bottoming out under high point loads.

Agawam, MA (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

With the explosion of luxury vinyl plank flooring (LVT), Sound Seal’s Impacta VC300 acoustical underlayment is a perfect solution for vinyl, linoleum, LVT, and vinyl plank flooring. Specifically designed and manufactured with dense PUR foam and cork granules, VC300 will not cause the discoloration issues commonly caused by other rubber underlayments due to plasticizer migration - a chemical reaction of the rubber adhesive and the vinyl. Other products claim to be vinyl-friendly, but may still contain rubber compound. Impacta VC300 consists only of PUR foam/cork, no rubber crumb.

VC300 is ideally suited to new build or refurbishment construction and at only 3mm it is easily bonded to concrete or wood sub-floors. It offers excellent acoustic and long-term performance without collapse or bottoming out under high point loads. Environmentally friendly, Impacta VC300 is made from 100% recycled content and is quick and easy to install and resistant to aging and deformation.

About Sound Seal
Sound Seal Inc. is a leading manufacturer of commercial and architectural acoustic noise control products offering the widest product selection in the soundproofing industry with innovative solutions and outstanding customer service. Sound Seal consists of three product divisions: the Industrial Division which deals with in-plant noise control, the Architectural Division which handles interiors, and the Impacta Flooring Division which deals with floor underlayments.

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  • Tony Douglas
    Sound Seal
    +1 413-789-1770