Soundproof walls, floors, ceiling and enclosures using Barrier Shield. A versatile, and cost effective solution for reducing airborne sound. the density of the product, which is similar to lead means it reduces airborne sound, TV noise and conversation.
Barrier Shield can be used in many different applications. It is suitable for use as a floor soundproof underlay. Lay over timber floors to reduce airborne sound transfer through the floor. Quick and easy to fit making this a good method of increasing the sound insulation of domestic floors. Combine with acoustic insulation for even higher levels of soundproofing.
Soundproof walls and ceilings
when you combine Barrier Shield with acoustic plasterboard you will also increase the sound insulation performance of the plasterboard. making it suitable for use on walls and ceilings. Rooms that require additional levels of soundproofing like studios and home cinemas should consider this type of material as part of an acoustic system.
- Available in sheets 1220mm x 1220mm
- Thickness & density
- Acoustic performance dB
- 5kg – 25dB
- 10kg – 31dB
The best method of soundproofing enclosures
Installing Barrier Shield
Installing the product is very simple. Use a sharp knife or heavy duty scissors to cut the sheets to size. If you are laying them over a floor they can be loose laid in a brick bond pattern. Tape the edges down with a heavy duty duct tape.
Fitting the sheets to walls and ceilings you should use clout nails with a large head. Hang the sheets as an acoustic curtain to stud frames before you fit the plasterboard.
You should use a strong contact adhesive to stick the sheets to enclosures. The Smart Tack Adhesive will stick Barrier Shield to most flat surfaces.