Deep resilient bar.
Deep resilient bar used to optimize acoustic performance by virtually decoupling a ceiling or wall lining from its structure. This significantly reduces sound transmission through the floor, ceiling and wall structures.
It creates a larger void within a construction and allows high mass boards to be used. It can provide enhanced acoustic performance compared to standard resilient bars when used with a recommended lining.
Can be used to the underside of timber and metal joisted construction at 450 or 600 mm centres
Can be used on separating timber/ metal studwork or masonry walls
Provides excellent acoustic performance
Can be used in refurbishment and new build developments (particularly timber frame structures)
Can be used as part of a Code For Sustainable Homes compliant development
Building Regulations Approved Document E (E&W), Technical Handbook Section 5 (Scotland) and Technical Handbook G (Northern Ireland) compliant
Can be used as part of a Robust Details ceiling system
Creates a 30 mm void to enhance acoustic performance
Can be used to form a ceiling or a wall lining to improve acoustic performance
Can be used with Hush Multi Panel to improve on standard plasterboard performance
Easy to install
K10/245 Ceiling lining on timber
K11/275 Acoustic separating floor system
K11/295 Floating floor system
Hush Bar Deep
Standard product features
Size (d x w):
30 x 120 mm.