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Assour Parquet is is a thin underlay made of a glass fibre mat surfaced with a bituminous coumpound and plastic film with incorporated adhesive strip.

It is designated to soundproof floating wood parquets or laminated floorings for private premises.
  • Long lasting sound-deadening and mechanical performances.
  • Efficient protection against upward moisture penetration (incorporated adhesive selvedge).
  • Simple and reliable application.
  • Excellent sound-deadening performances.
Main uses
  • Intended for laying under floating full-surface bonded parquets or under laminated flooring for private premises.
  • On new substrates: concrete slab, dry screed, wood panels, plywood, particle board, OSB boards.
  • On old hard flooring: stones, marble, tiling.
Description
  • Glass fibre matt surfaced with a bituminous compound and a plastic film.
  • Incorporated selvedge consisting of a translucent and adhesive strip.
Applications
  • The underlay covers the substrate completely and is preferably perpendicular to the parquet slats.
  • The underlay strips are laid edge-to-edge and the selvedge is a translucent strip.
  • The strips are cut to size by a cutter or by a pair of scissors.
  • In case there is a protection against moisture exchanges, the selvedge is supplemented by a self-adhesive tape.
  • For the parquet, refer to the laying recommendations of each manufacturer,always remembering to reserve, on the periphery, expansion clearance of a minimum of 6 to 8 mm. For that purpose, wood blocks can be used to preserve the space during the laying.
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