Soundproof a Wall Using Wall Soundproofing Systems

Soundproof a Wall Using Wall Soundproofing Systems

Wall Soundproofing Using Wall Soundproof Systems

Step by step guide to soundproof a wall using wall soundproofing systems. Wall soundproofing systems offer high levels of soundproofing in the home or office environment. Soundproofing walls using a system means combining products to add mass to the wall and create separation, two key elements to effective wall soundproofing.

Noisestop Systems provide wall soundproof systems for party walls. You can choose between two systems that we have developed, Wall System1 and Wall System 2.

Soundproof a Party Wall Using Wall System1 for High Levels of Soundproofing

Wall System1 offers high levels of sound insulation for party walls. Use this system to soundproof studio walls, home cinemas and to effectively stop excessive neighbour noise. This system is available to buy as a complete kit in our wall soundproofing section.

Wall System 1 Soundproofing

 

Wall System 1

  • System thickness 85mm
  • Sound reduction 60dB
  • Party wall soundproofing solution
  • Suitable for use inside alcoves
  • Noisy neighbour solution
  • Studio walls
  • Home cinemas

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Soundproof a Party Wall Using Wall System 2 for High Levels of Soundproofing Without Compromising Space

Wall System 2 is our recommended wall soundproofing kit for party wall soundproofing without compromising living space. This system offers good levels of sound insulation for party walls against noisy neighbours. This system is available to buy as a complete kit in our wall soundproofing section.

Wall System 2 Soundproofing

 

 

 

Wall System 2

  • System thickness 45mm
  • Sound reduction 55dB
  • Party wall soundproofing solution
  • Suitable for use inside alcoves
  • Noisy neighbour solution

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How to Install Wall Soundproofing Kit System 1 & System 2

  • Erect a stud frame using  metal or timber
  • Allow 600mm space between studs for ease of installation of the acoustic insulation
  • In-fill the cavity with DFM acoustic insulation, this should friction fit between the stud frame
  • Attach soundbreaker bars perpendicular to the stud frame, space the bars at 600mm centres.
  • Screw you soundproof panel to the wide corrugated part of the bar
  • Ensure the edges of the boards are sealed with acoustic sealant
  • Leave a 3-5mm gap around the perimeter of the wall, to be sealed with acoustic sealant

How to Stop Flanking Noise When Soundproofing a Wall

Check the wall area below the floor and above the ceiling to ensure there are no gaps or holes in the wall . If there are any gaps or holes present, fill with DFM acoustic insulation. For smaller areas a mortar mix or an acoustic sealant would be ideal. THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF THE PROCESS TO REDUCE FLANKING NOISE.

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