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Acoustical Details (Sound Isolation)

Detail Slides on MATERIALS , DETAILS and TECHNIQUES
Architectural Techniques for installing acoustical material

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Acoustical Details (Sound Isolation)

  1. 1. ACOUSTICAL DETAILS
  2. 2. REDUCING NOISE TRANSMISSION THROUGH CONCRETE FLOOR/CEILING SYSTEMS. REDUCING NOISE TRANSMISSION THROUGH TIMBER FLOOR/CEILING SYSTEMS.
  3. 3. Acoustical Wall Panels Fixing
  4. 4. High Impact Acoustic Drywall System Acoustic Stud offers excellent acoustic and installation benefits when combined with appropriate Wallboards, and High Performance Insulated Plasterboards Acoustic Stud has built in discontinuity which results in improved sound insulation designed for frequency bands (250 to 1000 Hz maintaining structural strength and integrity this enables slimmer partitions to be constructed, maximizing floor space but still satisfying high acoustic requirements Wall Lining a range of gypsum plasterboards and thermal laminates to line brick, block and concrete walls Wall Width 200mm (min) between inner faces of wall linings
  5. 5. Absorbent Material One layer 50mm (min) unfaced mineral wool bats (density 33-60 kg/m3) Two layers 25mm (min) unfaced mineral wool bats (density 33-60 kg/m3) two layers 25mm (min) unfaced mineral wool quilt (density min 10 kg/m3) Double wall Single wall

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