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ACOUSTIVIBE Sound Insulating System SKU: D21254

ACOUSTIVIBE Sound Insulating System SKU: D21254

ACOUSTIVIBE sound insulators and metal furrings soundproof drywall ceilings in a unique and innovative way. Rather than attach the metal furrings directly to the wood beams or joists, they’re suspended by ACOUSTIVIBE insulators which have a rubber insert. The insert absorbs shocks and vibrations which will reduce the noise level to the floor above.

Product Properties

  • Ceiling Structure Wood with Concrete
  • Ceiling Structure Wood without Concrete

Installation

ACOUSTIVIBE sound insulators require parallel installation, on the sides of wood beams or joists (glass wool or cellulose). ACOUSTIVIBE sound insulators include a thin piece of rubber on one side and a thick piece on the other. The thin part goes between the beam or joist and the ACOUSTIVIBE insulator. ACOUSTIVIBE insulators are installed with screws (provided). It’s also acceptable to use 1½ inch nails (roofing nails) applied with a pneumatic nail gun.

 

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