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The boiler of my neighbor's building (millstone) in Versailles vibrates with each release therefore reasons to the 1st floor and disturbs me especially at night. What advised him as insulation to put under the boiler to avoid (amicably) this inconvenience? I am a faithful listener on Saturday morning.

When describing the phenomenon, it seems that the problem concerns a floor boiler. The acoustic transmission of vibrations probably comes from the direct and rigid connection of the boiler to the ground. To solve the problem, there are wedges or antivibration supportmade of materials that are both flexible and sufficiently resistant to compression (Paulstra Vibrachoc, Sunnex, Gripsol, etc.).

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