Acoustic Treatments for Walls and Ceilings

Isowave 23 consists of a 10mm Isowave acoustic foam measured to BS EN ISO 845:2009 bonded to 12.5mm high density, square edged fibre-reinforced gypsum board. The system incorporates acoustic foam which is semi rigid and is an excellent absorber with high damping characteristics when bonded to an acoustically reflective stiff surface. Isowave foam is manufactured using water as a blowing agent and is free of CFCs, HFCs or HCFCs. The acoustic ceiling system complies with requirements of EU Regulation No 2037/2000 for ozone depletion and offers good thermal properties.

The Isowave 23 acoustic wall system is for the treatment of excessive flanking sound that bypasses a separating floor via lightweight structural walls. The Isowave 23 acoustic wall system is used to enhance a wall that is found to underperform or to provide a high-performance wall commonly used in home cinemas/studios.

Also in situations where commercial activities adjoin a dwelling or for upgrading separating walls where there is limited space. This is a versatile system used in refurbishments or new build with a decoupled ceiling as illustrated or otherwise approved by Isomass.

This is a versatile system used in refurbishments or new build with a decoupled ceiling as illustrated or otherwise approved by Isomass.

Isowave 23 acoustic ceiling system complies with requirements of EU Regulation No 2037/2000 for ozone depletion and offers good thermal properties.

APPLICATIONS

  • To construct or upgrade separating ceilings for conversions, new build and refurbishments projects.

BENEFITS

  • Reduces unwanted flanking noise in order to comply with Approved Document E 2003 and subsequent amendments.
  • Fire protection 30 minutes for a single layer.

ACOUSTICS PRODUCT CATALOGUE

EDUCATION ACOUSTIC CEILINGS IRELAND
CASE STUDIES / ST PATRICK'S ACADEMY, DUNGANNON

SDG worked with Tracey Bros on bespoke panels for St Patrick's Academy.

As our knowledge of the impact of the correct acoustics in different environments grows it is no surprise that the education sector is one area where you can’t afford to be complacent.

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