Softshock 34 has variable stiffness making it an ideal resilient
the deflection increases so does the stiffness. This ensures
that, as the number of people supported by the floor goes up,
the floor does not deflect unduly.
stiffness at low deflections combined with higher stiffness
at higher loadings gives the benefit of reduction in transmission
of low frequency noise and vibration when the floor is normally
loaded whilst avoiding the large floor movements that would
normally be associated with the low stiffness characteristics.