Soundblockers are best used when partitions are installed solely to the underside of suspended ceilings. This product will reduce the problem of noise transmission between rooms in an office environment. Soundblockers are also effective at reducing vertical sound transmission between floors and from services within the ceiling void. They are also suitable for most ceiling systems and they are easy to install – simply placed onto the back of the ceiling tile and can be installed with the ceiling or as a retrofit. Soundblockers are also easily removed.
Soundblockers allows for access to the ceiling void without causing the product damage and incorporates a special edge detail which re-makes the acoustic seal when re-fitted. Four types of Soundblocker are available and they all meet specific acoustic performance requirements. Accessories provide treatment to modular light fittings, downlighters, perimeters, air diffusers and small apertures, providing a complete system for limiting sound through suspended ceilings.
- Soundblocker reduces noise breakout through suspended ceilings in the office, classrooms and hospitals
- Soundblocker reduces noise breakout from services within the suspended ceiling void
- Soundblocker is easily installed with new or existing suspended ceilings Soundblocker tiles can easily be removed for access
- Soundblocker allows complete flexibility with relocation of partitions, unlike vertical cavity barrier solutions
- Soundblocker is pleasant to work with and can be easily cut Accessories for treating light fittings, air diffusers and gaps are available within the Soundblocker range
- SRS can produce Soundblocker for all types of suspended ceilings
Soundblocker 16 is 600mm x 600mm
Soundblocker 16 is 600mm x 1200mm
Soundblocker 19 is 600mm x 1200mm
Soundblocker 19 is 600mm x 600mm
Soundblocker 25 is 600mm x 1200mm
Soundblocker 25 is 600mm x 600mm
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