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Description

An innovative acoustic multi-purpose board that contains high levels of mass to ensure optimum acoustic performance. It is designed to ensure ceiling and wall linings can perform to the high acoustic levels required in modern day construction.

It can also be used as part of a decoupled ceiling system on resilient bars or suspended ceilings and can be used to great effect in reducing flanking transmission as part of a wall lining system.

Features:

  • A multi-purpose board to create acoustic wall and ceiling linings.
  • Can be used as part of a wall lining system to reduce flanking noise transmission.
  • 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 a Robust Details ceiling or wall board.
  • Extremely durable.
  • Excellent acoustic performance.
  • High mass board to reduce sound transfer.
  • Can achieve a one-hour fire rating when over boarded with 15 mm fire rated plasterboard.

General information
Features

A multi-purpose board to create acoustic wall and ceiling linings

Can be used as part of a wall lining system to reduce flanking noise transmission

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 a Robust Details ceiling or wall board

Extremely durable

Excellent acoustic performance

High mass board to reduce sound transfer

Can achieve a one-hour fire rating when over boarded with 15 mm fire rated plasterboard

Uniclass 2015 Sound attenuator infill units (Pr_35_93_13_80)
Specification data
Product Reference

Hush Multi Panel

Standard product features

Size (nominal):

1180 x 580 mm.

Thickness:

13 mm.

Weight:

19 kg/m².

Acoustic performance:

  • Impact (Lntw): 59 dB.
  • Airborne (Dntw): 62 dB.
  • Airborne (Dntw +Ctr): 55 dB.

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