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Wall Soundproofing Solution 6

Ultra Slim Wall Sound Proofing

Thinest wall soundproofing Ultra Thin Tcsound SoundProofing      
 
  • Our slimmest fitting wall soundproofing solution

 
 
  • A very DIY-able stick on Solution

 
 
  • Tecsound 50 and plasterboard finish from just 18mm thick

 
 
  • Online calculator will work out your exact requirements

 
 
  • Soundproofing kit delivered to your door in 48 hours

 
Tecsound 50 Slim wall Soundproofing - How it works

Where customers have almost no space available for soundproofing we have introduced a new, very slim line solution. This lack of space is often associated with hallways or where doors / windows are very close to the wall to be soundproofed.

By combining a single layer of plasterboard with two layers of our high performance tecsound acoustic membrane we believe we have created a cost effective and slim line solution.

The solution is relatively simple to install with a layer of self adhesive Tecsound being stuck to the existing wall and a second layer being added to a layer of acoustic plasterboard. The Plasterboard is presented to the tecsound lined wall and then screwed through to the original wall.

This is a brand new and as yet un-lab tested solution . So we can only go on the feed back of clients, in a domestic environment. Please see the Customer review tab at the top of the page. On the basis of their comments we feel the product is up rating the wall by at least 12/14 db.

The combination of two layers of dense visco-elastic tecsound membrane and the weight of the plasterboard acts as an effective solution for blocking sound across the party wall with absolutely minimal space loss. Where possible adding further mass in the form of another plasterboard layer will enhance this solution.

 

 
 

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Soundproofing fitting instructions

 

 
Sound proofing basics

When soundproofing a wall it is necessary to improve three basic components.

1) The mass of the wall- This is normally achieved by adding acoustic plasterboard and high density products such as Tecsound 50.

2) The Resilience of the wall- This is the springiness of the wall. Without this, the addition of the mass will have very little impact. The Tecsound 50acts as resilience and mass.

3) The sound "absorbancy" of the wall. By adding different components the sound gets trapped more easily within the wall-

The Tecsound 50 slim wall provides a moderate level of soundproofing where the space is very tight. It is important to realise that simply putting acoustic plasterboard direct to the wall offers virtually no improvement as you require resilience and absorbancy which in this case is provided by the Tecsound 50.

Understanding Performance

To the right you will see a performance table.

The total performance which is normally quoted on most sites refers to the performance of an average wall with soundproofing materials added

We also give an indication of acoustic performance uplift. Remember that every 10dB of performance uplift corresponds to roughly a 50% improvement in the performance of the wall. So 20dB would indicate a 75% Improvement over and above the original wall.

 

 

 

Soundproofing Performance

Room Size Loss Total System Performance* Performance Uplift over typical party wall

Genie Clip Wall (independent)

Genie Clip Wall (independent) + Tecsound 50

68dB
31dB

Independent Wall Resilient Bar

59 dB
22 dB

Independent Wall Resilient Bar + Tecsound 50

62dB
26dB

SM20 Panels

Super Slim Wall * ( Estimated figure)

Stud Wall Soundproofing

* Total system performance is an attempt to give the performance based on application to an exiting plastered single skin brick wall. Improvements are over this basic starting point. A correction factor of ~5dB is applied to take account of bass frequencies within total performance.

 

 

 

Electrical Sockets

If you are thinking of refitting electrical sockets back into the wall. you might be advised to line your electrical boxes with our acoustic putty. Remember a 1% hole in your soundproofing surface can reduce performance of your soundproofing by up to 10%. Lining your plug sockets will go some way to reducing this leakage.

acoustic putty    

Dry lining the Wall to a smooth decorate-able finish

We are often asked what is the final finish and do I need a plasterer? We provide all the materials necessary to achieve a smooth decorate-able finish. Please see video below on dry-lining. The wall you end with will be similar in appearance to the video. We supply the finishing compound that allows you to achieve a smooth wall without plastering. All items are automatically added when you press the blue calculator.

 

 

Electrical Sockets

If you are thinking of refitting electrical sockets back into the wall. You might be advised to line your electrical boxes with acoustic putty.

Dry lining Plasterboard to a smooth decorate-able finish

We are often asked what is the final finish and do I need a plasterer? We provide all the materials necessary to achieve a smooth decorate-able finish. Please see video below on dry-lining. The wall you end with will be similar in appearance to the video. We supply the finishing compound that allows you to achieve a smooth wall without plastering. All items are automatically added when you press the blue calculator.

 

The best results for soundstop panels are achieved with solid brick party walls. Breeze block walls may suffer from flanking transmission problems so any soundproofing treatments require an assessment of this possible difficulty Flanking Transmission problems.

A note on fireplaces: We are frequently asked whether it is necessary to run wall soundproofing around the chimney breast on a party wall? While there is no definitive answer on this question, we are of the opinion that soundproofing the alcoves either side is usually sufficient. This is because chimneys are typically constructed to be fire and smoke proof and are at least of double brick construction, whereas the walls either side, the alcoves, maybe poorly constructed and of single brick. Of course there are exceptions, but in the majority of cases you can reduce your labour and time considerably by just doing the alcoves. Due to the acoustic nature of stud walls and timber framed walls we would recommend a different set of treatments when upgrading these walls as described in solution 5 stud wall soundproofing. Example results based on typical party wall construction of 100mm brick wall (45-47db)

 

 

 

 

So for example after fitting double tecsound and plasterboard your wall could have a 60 db rating, which is an excellent level of acoustic privacy. Remember these are average figures across a range of frequencies. In practice all sound proofing works better at higher frequencies. Our solution is designed to be fitted to just your side of the wall. If you can install to the other side (the neighbours side) of the wall you will experience an even greater acoustic privacy. See our case studies
 

 


 

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22 October 2015

Suprisingly it worked
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Martin
19 May 2015

Brilliant
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