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$19.65 INC GST

  • Widest Range
  • 100% Australian
    Designed & Owned
  • Years of
    Experience

Resilient Channels ensure that the plasterboard and the stud framing inside the wall do not touch. The gap they create makes it harder for sound waves to move. It is easy and effortless to install these to walls or ceilings.

  • Sound insulation – Decouples the plasterboard from the studs and joists.
  • Low cost – Gain extra insulation of 5-6 dB for cheap.
  • Lightweight – Weighs only 8kg so it is easy to use.
  • Can be cut – Simply cut with snips or a grinder.
  • Slotted Holes – Reduce noise flanking (indirect sound transmission).

Weight:2kg

Dimension:350cm * 2cm * 2cm
(L * W * H)

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  • Widest Range
  • 100% Australian
    Designed & Owned
  • Years of
    Experience

Resilient Channels ensure that the plasterboard and the stud framing inside the wall do not touch. The gap they create makes it harder for sound waves to move. It is easy and effortless to install these to walls or ceilings.

  • Sound insulation – Decouples the plasterboard from the studs and joists.
  • Low cost – Gain extra insulation of 5-6 dB for cheap.
  • Lightweight – Weighs only 8kg so it is easy to use.
  • Can be cut – Simply cut with snips or a grinder.
  • Slotted Holes – Reduce noise flanking (indirect sound transmission).

Weight:2kg

Dimension:350cm * 2cm * 2cm
(L * W * H)

Description

The most popular and perhaps the most important soundproofing accessory. The Resilient channel is a thin metal channel.  It is designed to improve the sound insulation of plasterboard walls and ceilings.  It works by isolating the plasterboard from the stud work. A bit confusing?

To put it simply— The plasterboard and the stud framing inside the wall don’t touch because of it. The gap makes it harder for sound waves to move. It is easy and effortless to install this to walls.

We personally recommend using this product on top of a layer of Sound-Stop 5 for extra acoustic insulation. So it goes like this: First comes the stud frame, then the Sound-Stop 5, then the Resilient Channels and finally the plasterboard.

A product this cost-efficient and yet so important? We’d say you should buy it right now!

Product FAQ

  • What fixings should I use?
    • We recommend using self-drilling plasterboard screws. Always use fixings that are long enough to penetrate the plasterboard and resilient channel but will not puncture the Sound-Stop 5.

  • Can I use the resilient channel on a wall?
    • Yes, you sure can. If you are looking to increase the transmission loss around another 3dB-5dB it is a cost-effective way to increase transmission loss.

  • Can I cut the channel?
    • Yes. Simply cut with a snips or grinder. Always remember to use the correct PPE.

  • Where should I use a resilient channel?
    • A resilient channel a designed to decouple the plasterboard from the structure. We always recommend using resilient channels on the ceiling in conjunction with Sound Stop 5. The resilient channel will reduce impact noise coming down through the floor and increase transmission loss.

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Postal Delivery

We offer door-to-door courier service in 2-5 business days to Metro areas.

In Western Australia deliveries can take up to 6-10 days.

For delivery outside metro areas allow 3-10 business days.

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