- Brand: Isomass
- Model: 23mm Acoustic Cavity Barrier
- Weight: 12.47kg
- Dimensions: 1,197mm x 597mm x 23mm
- SKU: 23mm Acoustic Cavity Barrier
- Product code: P1-3610
- MPN: 23mm Acoustic Cavity Barrier
23mm Acoustic Cavity Barrier is a single sided airborne and flanking improvement system used to maintain the acoustic separation potential of a partition wall by treating the voids beneath and above the partition.
Acoustic Cavity Barrier is a high density acoustic foam and fibre reinforced gypsum system manufactured in density of 1300kg/m3, suitable for new build, refurbishment and conversion construction projects.
23mm x 597mm x 1197mm Isocheck Acoustic Cavity Barrier Single Sided consists of a 10mm semi-rigid acoustic foam bonded to 12.5mm high density, square edged fibre-reinforced gypsum board.
Cavity Barrier is an easy to install solution designed to reduce airborne noise transfer from adjacent areas and significantly improve privacy in buildings.
Acoustic Cavity Barrier is suitable for within all types of ceiling and floor void spaces including raised access flooring and suspended ceilings.
Isocheck Acoustic Cavity Barrier complies with requirements of EU Regulation No 2037/2000 for ozone depletion and offers good thermal properties.
The isowave acoustic foam is semi rigid and is an excellent absorber with high damping characteristics when bonded to an acoustically reflective stiff surface.
Isowave foam is manufactured using water as a blowing agent and is free of CFCs, HFCs or HCFCs.
Isowave open celled polyurethane acoustic foam has been classified as Class O to Building Regulations Paragraph A13.
Isocheck Acoustic Cavity Barrier meets fire performance requirements to BS 476-6 Surface Spread of Flame is Class 1.
Size: 23mm x 597mm x 1197mm
Profile: Cavity Barrier
Building Regulations: Class 0
23mm Isocheck Acoustic Cavity Barrier Single Sided Features:
· Easy to install solution.
· High density acoustic foam.
· 23mm x 597mm x 1197mm size.
· Manufactured in density of 1300kg/m3.
· High density fibre reinforced gypsum.
· Airborne and flanking improvement system.
· Significantly improve privacy in buildings.
· Used as a partition wall system (partitioning).
· Used to maintain the acoustic separation potential.
· Excellent absorber with high damping characteristics.
· Classified as Class O to Building Regulations Paragraph A13.
· Suitable for new build, refurbishment and conversion projects.
· Fire performance to BS 476-6 Surface Spread of Flame is Class 1.
23mm Isocheck Acoustic Cavity Barrier Single Sided Installation Guidelines:
· The Acoustic Wall System (the Isocheck high performance Acoustic Cavity Barrier) is designed to maintain the acoustic separation potential of a partition wall.
· The acoustic separation potential of the partitions by treating the voids beneath and above the partition.
· Isocheck Acoustic Cavity Barrier consists of a single or double layer of 10mm semi-rigid acoustic foam bonded to 12.5mm high density gypsum board.
· It is an easy to install solution to reduce airborne noise transfer from adjacent areas and greatly improves privacy.
· Acoustic Cavity Barrier is suitable for within all types of ceiling and floor void spaces including raised access flooring and suspended ceilings.
· Cut to shape using a hand saw, though a circular saw is ideal if lots of straight cuts are to be made.
· Fix Acoustic Cavity Barrier to timber battens or angle brackets.
· Ensure all gaps are sealed using Isocheck Acoustic FR Sealant to ensure airtightness.
· If in doubt in any area, please call Isomass prior to commencement of work.
*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.
Fairly easy access to all PDF files.
Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
*Special Product - Non returnable cancelable.
|Handling Characteristic||Protect hands|
|Board covarage||0.71 m2|
|Colour||Black and White|
|Material||Acoustic foam and fibre-reinforced gypsum|
|Size||23mm x 597mm x 1197mm|
|Surface spread of flame||Class 1 to BS 476-6|
|Fire Classification||Tested to BS 5852-2:1982|
|Shipping method||Articulated Vehicle ǀ Courier|
|Grade||Acoustic Cavity Barrier|
|Sound insulation reduction||Airbone and Impact|
|Applications||Ceiling and Floor void spaces|
|Type||Acoustic Cavity Barrier|
|Fixing method||Filling void spaces|
|Features||Class O to Building Regulations Paragraph A13|
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We can help to calculate price per m2 or linear meter (one meter in length) cost, please just contact us via phone 02081910776, email or live chat. Alternatively, you can work it out yourself quickly and easily: to get cost per meter square please divide price shown in orange area by ''Required area (m2)'' Example price of £28.80 divided by board coverage 2.88m2 = cost of £10.00 per m2.
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