Premium Resilient Floor Tape 50mm x 10mm x 10m Roll
Resilient floor tape is typically used in various applications, such as in sports facilities, gyms, industrial settings, and more. It is designed to be durable and resistant to wear and tear, making it suitable for high-traffic areas. The specific product you're looking for may vary by brand and manufacturer, so it's a good idea to check with suppliers or retailers who specialize in flooring products to find a product that matches your requirements.
Self adhesive for easy application
Reduces vibration / flanking noise through stud work
Chemically neutral against lacquers Moisture,
UV and caustic chemical resistant
Resilient Channels: These are thin metal strips that can be attached to studs, joists, or battens to isolate the drywall from the framing. They help prevent sound vibrations from traveling through the structure.
Acoustic Insulation: Materials like mineral wool or fiberglass insulation can be installed within wall and floor cavities to absorb and dampen sound vibrations.
Mass-Loaded Vinyl (MLV): MLV is a dense, flexible material that can be added to walls, floors, and ceilings to add mass and improve soundproofing.
Acoustic Sealant: Seal gaps, seams, and joints with acoustic sealant to prevent sound leaks.
Soundproof Drywall: Specialty drywall with enhanced acoustic properties can be used in place of standard drywall.
Double Wall Construction:
Building a secondary wall separated from the primary wall by an air gap can significantly improve sound isolation. This is known as a double-stud or staggered-stud wall.
Involves using resilient materials or clips that separate the drywall from the studs or joists, reducing the direct transfer of sound.
Mass and Density:
Increasing the mass and density of walls, floors, and ceilings helps block sound transmission. Thicker walls and floors are more effective at isolating sound.
Party Wall Construction:
In multi-unit buildings, party walls (shared walls between adjacent units) can be constructed with soundproofing in mind. This may include using double-wall construction, resilient channels, and acoustic insulation.
Ensuring that all gaps, seams, and penetrations are properly sealed with acoustic sealant to prevent sound leaks.
For joist systems, using acoustic underlayment materials can reduce impact noise, such as footfall and furniture movement.
Soundproofing the ceiling with materials like acoustic tiles, drywall, or suspended acoustic systems can prevent sound from traveling between floors.
Density: 120kg M3
Compression Deflection: 5-9 psi
Tensile Strength: 120 psi
Flame Resistance Grade UL 94 HF1: Pass
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