Acoustic Ceiling Systems
Sound insulated ceilings are used to improve the sound transmission Loss of the floor/ceiling system for airborne or floor impact-generated noise. An isolation clip or hanger can be used to support the steel grid and plasterboard ceiling. Isolation elements are typically fibreglass pads, rubber pads or, for lower frequency sound isolation, coiled springs. Like all isolated sound control assemblies, the mass of the system, the air space and insulation between layers, and the natural frequency of the isolator will determine the noise reduction. Ceiling isolation systems are often used in conjunction with floor isolation and sound-rated walls to achieve complete acoustical privacy.
Where you are constrained by height issues the choice of a resilient channel system maybe your best choice when acoustically isolating a ceiling from the surrounding structure.
The use of a resilient channel system or acoustic hangers in suspended ceiling constructions are there to improve the sound transmission loss of the ceiling system for airborne or floor impact-generated noise.
Sound Insulation Ceiling Clip
Effective sound control at low installed cost featuring a low profile design and error free installation. Model IsoMax delivers the best performance for the lowest amount spent to build noise control ceilings.
Spring Ceiling Hangers
High-performance spring hangers with rubber noise pads provide the highest performance available for isolating plasterboard ceilings. Spring hangers are very effective at lower frequencies. Inspired Noise UK offers a wide range of spring ceiling hangers to fit every type of ceiling construction.
Isolation Pad Hangers
Offering performance at an economical price isolation pad hangers make use of either neoprene or fibreglass pads to isolate acoustical ceiling tile or plasterboard ceilings. These hangers are particularly effective at higher frequencies. When noise control is needed at lower frequencies, spring ceiling hangers should be considered.