- Brand: Isomass
- Model: 35mm Acoustic Ceiling Hangers
- Weight: 7.71kg
- Dimensions: 35mm x 33mm x 30mm
- SKU: 35mm Acoustic Ceiling Hangers
- Product code: P1-3600
- MPN: 35mm Acoustic Ceiling Hangers
35mm Isocheck Resilient Acoustic Hanger is an anti-vibration acoustic ceiling strap designed to allow decoupling of the ceiling and increasing the airspace beneath a timber or concrete separating floor.
The acoustic hangers are zinc plated high gauge galvanized steel suitable for residential or commercial applications with a new ceiling in new build, refurbishment or conversion projects.
Isocheck resilient Acoustic Hanger is designed to improve acoustic insulation of both concrete and timber separating floors.
The hangers can be used in combination with all manufacturer’s suspended ceiling systems including the British Gypsum CasoLine MF system.
These Isocheck Resilient Acoustic Ceiling Hangers are a direct alternative to GAH1 and GAH2 acoustic hangers.
Isocheck Acoustic Ceiling Hanger can be part of a resilient suspension system featuring multiple fixing options.
A proprietary metal frame ceiling system is normally suspended from these hangers.
Isocheck Hangers are certified to DIN EN 10111/1051 and conform to BS EN 14195:2014.
This product can be part of a Robust Detail application.
Size: 30mm x 33mm x 35mm
Profile: Acoustic Hanger
Isocheck Acoustic Ceiling Hangers Features:
· Certified to DIN EN 10111/1051.
· Conform to BS EN 14195:2014.
· Part of a Robust Detail application.
· Anti-vibration acoustic ceiling strap.
· Designed to improve acoustic insulation.
· Part of a resilient suspension system.
· Zinc plated high gauge galvanized steel.
· Designed to allow decoupling of the ceiling.
· Suitable for residential or commercial applications.
· Direct alternative to GAH1 and GAH2 acoustic hangers.
· Suitable for new build, refurbishment or conversion projects.
· Increasing the airspace beneath a timber/concrete separating floor.
Isocheck Resilient Acoustic Ceiling Hangers Installation Guidelines:
· The Isocheck Acoustic Hanger is designed to provide improved acoustic insulation for floors as well as joist ceilings.
· The hangers can be used in combination with all manufacturer’s suspended ceiling systems including the British Gypsum CasoLine MF system.
· These Isocheck Resilient Acoustic Ceiling Hangers are a direct alternative to GAH1 and GAH2 acoustic hangers.
· These types of suspended ceiling systems are suitable for most internal drylining applications.
· The grid is fully concealed and the ceiling lining is joint-treated or plastered to present a seamless appearance.
· The hangers also provide resilient suspension, allowing the simple and straightforward accommodation of access panels and hatches.
· Increased performance can be delivered by installing mineral fibre/wool insulation to the void created by the ceiling system.
· Increased performance can be delivered by enclosing the joist void with one layer of 12.5mm plasterboard before fitting the acoustic ceiling.
· Isocheck Acoustic Hangers should be secured to the joists or concrete structure using suitable timber screws or concrete anchor bolts.
· Ensure the metal washer is fitted between the bolt head and the rubber grommet.
· The acoustic hangers can be fixed directly to the primary support channel or via an angle section which can also be used to increase the depth of void.
· The acoustic hanger/angle section should be fixed to the primary support channel with wafer head screws.
· Refer to the appropriate MF ceiling manufacturer’s instructions for installation instructions, loading details and fixing centres for the acoustic hangers.
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|Handling Characteristic||Protect hands|
|Material||Zinc Plated Galvanised Steel|
|Profile||Anti-vibration acoustic ceiling strap|
|Size||35mm x 33mm x 30mm x 1.5mm|
|Fire Classification||Tested to BS 5852-2:1982|
|Shipping method||Articulated Vehicle ǀ Courier|
|Grade||Anti-vibration acoustic ceiling strap|
|Sound insulation reduction||Airbone and Impact|
|Applications||Acoustic Floor, Wall and Ceiling Systems|
|Type||Anti-vibration acoustic ceiling hanger|
|Fixing method||Metal frame ceiling system suspended from these hangers|
|Features||Provides improved acoustic insulation|
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