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SKU: ResilientBarCeilingSystem-SPS-dBX-Boards-609

Resilient Bar Ceiling System

£24.99 Ex Vat

£29.99 Inc Vat


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MLV50 £62.34
Acoustic Mastic £7.14
12.5mm Soundshield £21.54
19mm Soundplank £15.54
Resilient Bars £5.94
SPS dB Board Tape £9.54
SPS dBX Boards £29.99
RW5 100mm Acoustic Mineral Wool £38.88
RW3 100mm Acoustic Mineral Wool £42.66


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The Resilient Bar system is an effective and cost-efficient solution for improving both airborne and impact noise insulation in ceilings and walls. Here are the key features and benefits of this system:

Key Features
1. Space-Saving Design: The Resilient Bar system is designed to minimize space loss. After installation, it takes up only around 35mm of the current ceiling height, making it suitable for situations where space is limited.
2. Effective Decoupling: The Resilient Bar system decouples the new ceiling or wall from the existing structure. This separation prevents sound vibrations from transmitting through the building's framework, which is a common cause of noise issues.
3. Acoustic Insulation: When used in conjunction with acoustic rock-wool and two layers of acoustic plasterboards, the Resilient Bar system offers significant improvements in both airborne and impact noise insulation.
4. Compliance with Regulations: It can be used to comply with Part E Regulations for separating floors, ensuring that the required acoustic performance standards are met.
5. Sound Absorption: The flange of the resilient bars is designed to absorb vibrations, further reducing the transmission of sound.
6. Use in Basements: Particularly popular for basement flats with low ceilings, where maintaining existing ceiling height is essential.

The Resilient Bar system offers different performance levels based on specific configurations and optional upgrades:
- Resilient Bars:
- Ceiling Depth Gain: 36mm
- Solution Airborne Performance: 44 dB improvement
- Typical Airborne Improvement: 14 dB
- Typical Impact Improvement: 13 dB

- Resilient Bars + dBx Upgrade:

- Ceiling Depth Gain: 32mm
- Solution Airborne Performance: 48 dB improvement
- Typical Airborne Improvement: 19 dB
- Typical Impact Improvement: 15 dB

- Resilient Bars + MLV50 Upgrade:
- Ceiling Depth Gain: 38mm
- Solution Airborne Performance: 46 dB improvement
- Typical Airborne Improvement: 17 dB
- Typical Impact Improvement: 14 dB

Recommended Upgrades:
- dBX Boards: The soundboard is made of a 15mm thick cardboard shell that is filled with fine sand. This combination of materials provides excellent mass and density, which is essential for effective noise reduction. This provide additional benefits when used in conjunction with the Resilient Bar system.
- MLV50 Membrane: Mass-loaded vinyl membranes can further enhance soundproofing performance, especially when noise reduction requirements are higher.

Overall, the Resilient Bar system is a practical solution for improving sound insulation in various settings, and its performance can be customized to meet specific noise reduction needs. It is particularly suitable for situations where space constraints or regulatory compliance are essential considerations.


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