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Soundproofing Ceiling System 1

Ceiling System 1

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£237.52£868.78 ex. VAT

Ceiling System 1 is our best ceiling soundproofing system combining sound insulation ceiling products. The best way to soundproofing a ceiling is to use acoustic insulation, acoustic hangers and soundproof panels, this ceiling solution combines all these materials. Suitable for soundproofing flats and houses to reduce airborne and impact sounds. Soundproof timber ceilings with this system, with a drop in ceiling height of 80mm.

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Description

Ceiling System 1

Ceiling System 1 provides the highest level of soundproofing for airborne and impact noise. With ceiling height loss of 80mm this system can be used in most domestic situations when higher levels of soundproofing are required.

For more help and advice take a look at our how to soundproof a ceiling guide. If you need any help please feel free to give us a call on 01423 339163.

Ceiling System 1 Information
  • 80mm height loss from the ceiling joist
  • Airborne noise reduction 57dB
  • Impact noise reduction 52dB
Acoustic Performance

This ceiling system will meet current Building Regulations guidelines. To complete the installation you can use the Noisestop F7 or the Noisestop F7+ over the floor.

Building regulations require impact levels to be below the stated figure and the airborne levels to be above the figure stated.

System Information

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Fitting Ceiling System 1

Remove the existing ceiling before installing Ceiling System 1. Complete access to the ceiling joists is required.

  • Infill the cavity between the ceiling joist with the 100mm DFM acoustic insulation
  • Fasten 50mm battens perpendicular below the joists, leave 600mm spaces between battens
  • Infill the new battens with the 50mm DFM acoustic insulation
  • Screw the Soundbreaker Bars perpendicular into the battens. Spacing for the Soundbreaker bars should be 400mm centres. The wide corrugated part of the bar faces down into the room.
  • Screw the Noisestop1+ panels into the bars, fixing into the wide corrugated part of the bars
  • An additional layer of plasterboard can be added if required
  • Seal around the perimeter of the ceiling and between each panel with AC50 acoustic sealant

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For enquiries please call 01423 339163, or send us a message via our contacts page.

Additional information

Weight100 kg
Total Ceiling Area:

10m², 11m², 12m², 13m², 14m², 15m², 16m², 17m², 18m², 19m², 20m², 5m², 6m², 7m², 8m², 9m²

Product Fitting Guide

Ceiling System 1

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Ceiling preparation

Before work can commence on installing Ceiling System1 the existing plasterboard must be removed. Once the ceiling has been removed you will be left with exposed ceiling joists, you are now ready to fit Ceiling System 1.

Step1.

Infill the existing ceiling joists with the 100mm acoustic insulation slabs between the ceiling joists. Using a long serrated knife or an old bread knife to cut the insulation slabs slightly larger then the

Opening between the joists, this will allow you to push the slabs between the joists to friction fit in place. Cover the whole ceiling area ensuring no gaps are left between the insulation, and between the insulation and the joists.

Step 2.

Once you have insulated between the joists you can now attach the battens to the underside of the joists. The battens are fixed perpendicular to the ceiling joists, Fix the battening in place with screws. Leave a gap of 590mm between each batten, this will allow for full slabs of the 50mm insulation to be inserted inside the battening. Completely fill the new battening with the 50mm acoustic insulation ensuring no gaps are left.

Step 3.

Fit the soundbreaker bars into the new battens at 300-350mm centres. Screw the soundbreaker bars into the battens using the pre-drilled holes that run along the edge of the bars, use dry wall or universal screws for this. The wider corrugated section o the bars should be facing down into the room when they are attached.

Step 4.

Fit the soundproof panels to the soundbreaker bars using dry wall or universal screws. The panels are fixed into the bars by screwing them into the corrugated section of the soundbreaker bar, you will not need to pre-drill any holes to fasten the boarding in place. You should have four bars per board to fix into. When you fit each board ensure they are tightly butted together, apply a bead of acoustic sealant along the edge of the boards to ensure they are acoustically sealed. You can also apply

sealant once you have installed all of the boards around the perimeter of the ceiling and between the edges of the panels to fill any small holes that might be left.

Allow a small gap around the edge of the ceiling, between the panels and the walls. This will reduce sound vibration through the walls and ceilings. Use the acoustic sealant to fill around the edge of the ceiling.

Step 5.

Finish off your ceiling with either a plaster skim or taping and filling the tapered edge of the panels.

The following products are supplied with this soundproofing system:

  • DFM acoustic insulation 100mm/60kg/m³ (A1 Non-combustible)
  • DFM acoustic insulation 50mm/60kg/m³ (A1 Non-combustible)
  • Soundbreaker bars
  • Noisestop 1+ panel (½ hour fire rated)
  • AC50 acoustic sealant

If you need any help regarding products or how they are fitted, call 01423 339163.

 

 

Ceiling System 1

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Ceiling System 1

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Soundbreaker Bars

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Noisestop 1+

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AC50 acoustic sealant

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DFM acoustic insulation

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Shipping

Noisestop Systems deliver soundproofing throughout the UK using a pallet distribution network. Using this method of delivery we are able to supply materials nationwide quickly and at competitive rates. For smaller items we use a courier network to deliver smaller parcels.

We aim to ship orders within 2-3 working days. Once you have placed an order we will arrange a suitable delivery date for you. If you order over the phone the delivery date will be confirmed with you at that point. If you have placed your order online we will contact you to arrange a suitable delivery date.

Please let us know of any restrictions at your delivery address for HGV wagons in order or us to pass the information on to the delivering company.

FREE shipping on orders over £750 ex. VAT

Delivery costs

  • Small items we can courier £20 ex. VAT.
  • Large items sent on a pallet standard charge across UK to most postcodes £33 ex. VAT.
  • Large items sent on a pallet to the following postcodes AB, DD, IV, KW, PA, PH, IM, BT, JE, GY will be charged at £53 ex. VAT. This is due to higher delivery costs to these postcodes.

When your delivery arrives

It is important to sign for the delivery when it arrives. You should note any shortages or damage to your order when you accept the goods in the unfortunate cases when materials are damaged in transit. This will enable us to swiftly resolve the issue and have replacements sent out.

The delivery is a curb side delivery service; drivers will not carry goods into the property. The pallet will be dropped as near to the property as possible.

Returning Goods

We are happy to accept goods that are not needed due to over ordering, returns will be charged at the cost of arranging the collection with the collecting company, and this will be confirmed at the point of arranging the return. Please contact us to make arrangements to return goods, call 01423 339163.

For enquiries please call 01423 339163, or send us a message via our contacts page.

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