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Noisestop Acoustic Panel 22.5mm

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Delivery charges £55ex.VAT is applied to most of the products we supply due to the weight and size of the materials.

£20ex.VAT for smaller items. This charge is applied when smaller items are ordered individually without materials that we must deliver on a pallet. When smaller items are purchased with materials delivered on a pallet, only the pallet charge will be applied.

Customer collections are available. You must arrange this with the sales team before the collection date. If you would like to collect materials, please call 01423 339163.

Goods delivered within 3-5 days.

Once you’ve placed your order, we will contact you to arrange a suitable delivery date.

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Slimmest direct to wall soundproofing solution Noisestop Acoustic Panel will soundproof party walls and stud walls

Noisestop Acoustic Panel, our most popular direct to wall soundproofing board to stop sound from noisy neighbours. Noisestop Acoustic panel is a high-performance panel that serves as a stand-alone noise reduction solution or as part of a complete soundproof system. This Noisestop Acoustic Panel blocks up to 49dB on party walls. It is Part E compliant for separating walls. Fire-rated for up to 30 minutes. Only 22.5mm thick, you can soundproof your home without compromising your living space. Apply the Noisestop Acoustic Panel to your walls and stop airborne sounds

  • Size 1200mm x 1200mm x 22.5mm (1.44m²)
  • Noise reduction 49dB (decibels explained)
  • Soundproofing for Party walls, Stud walls
  • Fitting DIY soundproofing or trades
  • Reduces Airborne sounds
  • Compliant Part E
  • Price per m² £29.13


SKU: 010050 Category: Wall Soundproofing


Noisestop Acoustic Panel is a high performing stand-alone direct to wall soundproofing panel. At only 22.5mm thick, it is one of the thinnest wall soundproofing solutions available. The high performance against airborne noise and the minimal space loss in the room means the Noisestop Acoustic Wall Panel is the ideal soundproofing solution for rooms that need to keep space loss to a minimum. Say goodbye to noisy neighbours and block the sound from their TVs, radios and conversation without compromising on valuable space in your home or at work.

Soundproof walls to block muffled conversation or background TV noise.

As a direct to wall soundproofing solution, the Noisestop Acoustic Panel will allow you to soundproof a room without losing valuable living space. The panels are straightforward to install and can be carried out by homeowners or tradespeople.

Soundproof your walls using our thinnest direct to wall soundproofing solution. Apply the Noisestop Acoustic Panel to your walls to alleviate the stress that a noisy neighbour can cause.

Noisestop Acoustic Panel Specifications

  • Panel thickness 22.5mm
  • Panel size 1200mm x 1200mm (1.44sqm)
  • Weight 29kg (20.1kg/m²)
  • Fire rating 30 minutes
  • Noise reduction 49dB
  • Reduce airborne sounds through your walls (conversation, background TV noise)
  • Apply directly onto solid party walls and stud walls
  • Skim directly onto the panels, alternatively tape and fill the tapered edge

Composition of the Noisestop Acoustic Panel 22.5mm

  • 12.5mm soundblock plasterboard, tapered edge. Ready to plaster skim or tape and fill the tapered edge
  • 5kg/m² mass loaded vinyl barrier mat, soundproofing qualities similar to lead
  • 5mm acoustic grade closed-cell foam
  • 5kg/m² mass loaded vinyl barrier mat, soundproofing qualities similar to lead

The Noisestop Acoustic Wall Panel comes pre-laminated, combining the four elements listed. The Noisestop Acoustic Panels triple-layered acoustic membrane, which is bonded to the soundproof plasterboard, increases the soundproofing performance of this panel in comparison to similar boards that only have two layers.

The product’s composition ensures it will block the most common domestic sounds from transferring between rooms. Apply onto the surface of your walls, either fixing directly into solid walls, alternatively upgrade stud walls by applying the panels over the existing plasterboard.

Fitting Noisestop Acoustic Panel

Noisestop Acoustic Panel onto a finished wall


NOTE: When the panel is installed, the plasterboard layer faces into the room, and the acoustic membrane on the back of the board goes onto the wall.

  • Ensure the surface you are applying the panels is in good condition, make good any remedial work to the existing wall to ensure it is flat and secure before you attach the panels
  • Remove skirting boards, coving and extend electrical outlets; these can be reinstated once the work is complete.
  • Begin the installation by installing the bottom row of boards. Leave a 2-3mm gap between the floor and the boards using 2-3mm packers or an equivalent to support the panels
  • Apply the Noisestop Acoustic Panel to the walls using Hammer Fixings or the Smart Tack Adhesive. We only advise using the adhesive on flat walls; approximately one tin will fix five panels. Fix the panels using nine hammer fixings per board if the wall is uneven or in poor condition. Screw the panels onto timber or metal studs
  • Use acoustic sealant between each panel as you put them together
  • Leave a 2-3mm gap around the perimeter of the wall to reduce flanking sound transmission, apply an acoustic sealant to fill the gap once the installation is complete
  • Cut the panels using a hand saw or circular saw
  • Skim plaster or tape and fill the tapered edge
  • Upon completion of the soundproofing, reinstate the skirting and coving
  • If you are reinstating electrical outlets, use acoustic putty pads inside recessed back boxes

Notes on flanking sound

Before installing any soundproofing system, you should consider any flanking paths for the sound. These are areas around the wall where sound will bypass the soundproofing and enter the room. The most common flanking course for sounds would be above or below the wall, which would be through a floor or ceiling cavity. If these areas are constructed from timber joists, you should consider filling the void above or below the area with DFM acoustic insulation to stop potential flanking noise.

Direct to wall soundproofing solutions

ProductType of noiseSystems thicknessNoise reduction
Noisestop Silent PanelLoud airborne sounds including loud voices and barking dogs30mm52dB
Noisestop Acoustic PanelGeneral domestic household noise, including conversation, TV and radio noise22.5mm49dB
Noisestop 2 PanelLow-level conversation and background noise28mm46dB
Noisestop 1+ PanelLow-level noise, for higher results, is used as part of a wall system. Supplied with all our soundproofing systems18mm42dB


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Data Sheet

Wall Soundproofing

Make sure you are getting the right soundproofing for your needs. Understanding the most common types of noise and how to stop them will help you decide the right solution.

Different Types of Sound

  • Airborne sounds – Conversation, TV noise and radios are examples of airborne sound. The best way to stop airborne sounds is to add mass/density to the walls or ceilings.
  • Impact/vibration sounds – Footfall and moving furniture across a floor are examples of impact sounds. The best way to reduce these sounds is to create separation.

In summary, the best way to reduce airborne sounds is by increasing the mass of the area you would like to soundproof. Reducing impact/vibration sounds is achieved by creating separation within the structure.

Reducing Impact and Airborne Sounds

By following some of these steps, you will ensure you get the best level of soundproofing for your room.

  • Mass/Density – Increasing the mass and density of the area you are soundproofing will block airborne sounds from transferring between rooms. You will increase the mass of walls and ceilings using materials such as soundproof panels or high-density acoustic insulation slabs.
  • Separation – Incorporating separation within the structure will reduce vibration and impact sounds transferring between rooms. Achieve separation by building independent stud walls and ceilings. If you don’t have the space in the room, you can use acoustic clips and resilient channels to decouple the wall and ceiling.
  • Absorption – Use materials that are going to absorb sounds. Acoustic insulation is suitable for sound absorption as it converts the sound waves into heat as it passes through the insulation. Dense mass loaded barriers will also dampen and absorb sound.

For help and advice, get in touch, speak to an adviser, call 01423 339163. Alternatively, please send us your enquiry.



    Additional information

    Weight 29 kg



    1200mm x 1200mm



    Reduction dB


    Suitable for

    Noisy neighbours, Part E, party walls, stud walls

    Noisestop Acoustic Panel


    Delivery Information

    Free Delivery

    Free delivery to mainland UK addresses on orders over £750*.

    Standard Delivery

    Our standard delivery charges are based on the delivery method that is most suitable for the products ordered. Most of the goods we sell are delivered on pallets. Some smaller items will be delivered via courier.

    Standard delivery charge for goods delivered on a pallet £55*

    Standard delivery charge for smaller items £20*

    Certain postcodes will incur additional charges. AB*, DD*, IV*, KW*, PA*, PH* will be charged at £56**. UK islands, including the following postcodes, will be charged £95*. PO30*, PO31*, PO32*, PO33*, PO34*, PO35*, PO36, PO37*, PO38*, PO39*, PO40*, PO41*, IM*, BT*, JE*, GY*

    When you are ordering multiple products, only one delivery charge will be applied if the order total before VAT is £750* or over free delivery will be applied automatically.

    If you have special delivery requirements, please let us know at the point of ordering. It is possible to leave delivery instructions when you place an online order.

    Special Deliveries

    We can arrange to have orders delivered on Saturdays. A surcharge would be applied of an additional £50.

    Please call 01423 339163 if you require any of these additional services.

    How long will delivery take?

    We aim to despatch orders within 2-3 days of placing your order.

    If you order online, you will receive a confirmation email that we have received your order, and it has gone through for processing. We will then contact you once the order is just about ready to be despatched to confirm a suitable delivery date. If you would like to discuss delivery times with us please call 01423 339163. We recommend contacting us if you require the goods to be delivered on a specific date before placing your order.

    If you place an order over the weekend, or on a Bank Holiday this will be confirmed as an order on the first working day after the weekend or Bank Holiday.

    If you need goods in a hurry give us a call. We carry most items in stock which can be delivered quickly if required, call 01423 339163.

    How will my order be delivered?

    The majority of orders we despatch are sent on pallets. We use a network of pallet distribution companies across the UK. All our pallet deliveries are kerbside deliveries. This means the pallet will be delivered as near to the delivery address as possible. Pallets are unloaded from the vehicles with a pallet truck. If it is possible the pallets can be dropped on driveways if they are accessible with the pallet truck.

    Pallet deliveries are normally made on 7.5-tonne vehicles that are similar in size to bin lorries. Occasionally larger vehicles are used. If you know of any reason why it might be difficult to deliver to your address with this type of vehicle, please let us know so we can pass the information on to the delivery company. Typical delivery problems can include parking restrictions, access issues for certain size vehicles, low bridges and overhanging trees. Call 01423 339163 if you are unsure.

    Unfortunately, the delivery drivers will not bring the goods into your property or unload the individual items from the pallets.

    Many of our items are heavy and often require two people to carry them safely.

    All orders sent on pallets are wrapped and secured to the pallet to protect them while in transit. Once you have received your order, we would recommend storing the materials inside. If you are planning on leaving your goods outside, you should use additional coverage to protect them from any adverse weather conditions.

    Damaged or missing items

    In the unfortunate event that items are damaged or missing when your order arrives, you should sign damaged or missing items on the driver’s paperwork. Call 01423339163 to let us know of the issue to allow us to quickly rectify the problem.

    We might ask for a picture of the damage; this is to speed up the process of arranging a suitable solution.

    To enable us to resolve any issues with your delivery it is important that you sign for your delivery when it arrives.


    Can I return items from my order? Yes, you can return unused items from your order that are in a salable condition. We can arrange to collect any unused materials and have them brought back to us. We would refund the cost of the items returned back to us less the shipping cost incurred by the company collecting the items. The cost to return the goods would be confirmed at the point of arranging the return. The refund would be paid once the goods have been brought back and have been checked at our warehouse.

    Alternatively, you can arrange to return the materials back to us, and we will issue a refund once they have been received.

    *All prices displayed are exclusive of VAT @ 20%. This will be added at the end of the checkout process before you confirm your order.

    If you require any additional information regarding deliveries, please give us a call 01423 339163, alternatively get in touch via our contacts page.

    How do I cut the panel to fit?

    Answer: The panels are easy to cut using tools that most people have. Cut the panels to size using a hand saw or a stanley knife. You can also use circular saws or jigsaws.

    Can I soundproof a wall with these panels?

    Answer: The Noisestop Acoustic Panels have been designed to work as a stand alone soundproofing panel. The panel comprises of acoustic plasterboard bonded to three layer acoustic foam and mass loaded barrier mats. The result of this combination of materials offers good levels of noise reduction to stop mid level noise such as conversation and TV noise through a party wall. The panel can be combined with acoustic insulation slabs and Soundbreaker Bars when high levels of sound reduction are required.

    How do you fix the panels to a solid brick wall?

    Answer: Fix these panels to the wall using 9 x hammer fixings.

    Can you fix these panels to timber and metal frames?

    Answer: Yes you can install these panels onto stud frames, resilient channels and furring bars. We recomend that you use fixings that are suitable for the frame you are screwing the panels into

    What other products do I need to use with the Noisestop Acoustic Panel?

    Answer: You should always use acoustic sealants around the edges and perimeter of each panel. If you are soundproofing a wall you should consider acoustic insulation below the wall to reduce flanking noise.

    How do you finish the Panels?

    Answer: All our soundproof panels have a plasterboard face, the blue side of the board faces into the room. They are ready to be plastered once they are installed, the boards are tapered edge so they can be filled and sanded ready for decorating if you don’t want to plaster them.

    Can I still have electrical outlets on the soundproof wall?

    Answer: If you can not relocate electrical outlets to another wall, you should use acoustic putty pads. The pads will reduce the transfer of sound in areas of the panel that have to be cut to allow the outlet to be reinstated.

    Can I attach things on to the wall afterwards?

    Answer: Once you have completed the work you can treat the wall as you would any other wall. Try to avoid too many fixing going through the wall as this may cause sound transfer. Suitable plugs and screws should be used to fix to the wall, we would recommend plasterboard plugs be used for hanging lightweight items.

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