Insulation from overhead noise consists of reducing the transmission of noises produced outside or in adjoining rooms which is propagated through the structure of buildings (walls, decks, roofs, doors and windows).

Acoustic correction consists of reducing the sound level, in dB (decibels), of a certain environment, as well as reducing its reverberation time. The expanded cork agglomerate is an excellent material for the acoustic correction of certain environments, such as theater rooms, classrooms, showrooms, meeting rooms, etc. expanded cork agglomerate proves to be an excellent material for acoustic correction of certain environments such as theatres, classrooms, concert halls, meeting rooms, etc. Expanded cork agglomerate reduces the sound level through absorption effects, allowing a reduction in reverberation times.

Percussion noise insulation consists in reducing the noise level of impact noises on the slabs, transmitted to the floor immediately below. For an effective reduction, it is necessary to guarantee a total independence between the floor and the property´s flooring and structure. The interposition of an elastic element, expanded cork agglomerate, between the flooring and the slab, produces a reduction in the transmission of vibrations and noises resulting from impacts. It will also be important to maintain the discontinuity between the flooring screed and the surrounding walls, thereby eliminating marginal transmissions.