Resilmount Isolation Clips

Soundproof your walls and ceilings using Resilmount Sound Isolation Clips. With many designs Resilmount can accommodate a variety of construction challenges.

news-resilmountSound Isolation Company and Studco Building Systems have introduced the Resilmount line of sound isolation clips. With many designs Resilmount can accommodate a variety of construction challenges. Multi-family Housing, Mixed-use Commercial, Studios and Home Theaters are just a few perfect projects for Resilmount clips. Sound Isolation Company has Resilmount Clips available in our New York, Houston and Charlotte locations.

With a variety of models, Resilmount offers unique solutions to several soundproofing challenges. Decoupling double wall construction, dropping ceiling below conduits or minimizing the drop to 1/4", and isolating walls from masonry exteriors are just a few of the benefits when using Resilmount Clips. For truly isolated walls and ceilings, choose the appropriate Resilmount Clip to solve your soundproofing problem.

 


Resilmount A237R

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Additional Resilmount Clips


Resilmount A96R

Resilmount A96R

The Resilmount A96R are designed for use where an additional drop for HVAC, Plumbing, or Electrical Chases is needed while retaining the superior acoustical performance. This clip gives you the flexibility to drop a ceiling as much as 4" from its original height. The Resilmount A96R is also used to level out uneven floor joists. This clip has proven to be very popular with the Home Theater industry.



Resilmount A48R

Resilmount A48R

The Resilmount A48R are an engineered, acoustic resilient mounting bracket for reducing airborne vibration and structure-borne vibration in internal wall and ceiling applications. Use to brace an acoustic wall to the structure without compromising sound and vibration transmission requirements.



Resilmount A24R

Resilmount A24R

The Resilmount A24R are used as a resilient mounting bracket for reducing airborne vibration and structure-borne vibration in a double wall application where acoustical bridging is required. Using the Resilmount A24R bracket improves the strength and rigidity of chase walls, allowing both walls to support each other while remaining completely acoustically isolated.


Resilmount A237

Resilmount A237

As an economy option the Resilmount A237 can be used in walls and ceiling where a more reliable STC is needed to meet minimum code requirements. Many resilient channel installations are rendered ineffective due to mechanical fasteners being screwed directly into the framing members. Using Resilmount A237 and drywall furring channel makes this short circuit far less likely.



Things to Remember

Sealtight Putty Pads Installed FrontSealtight Putty Pads

We recommend that you use Sealtight Putty Pads for each electrical box and fan box. These putty pads to help combat sound bleed through the electrical box cutout. Can lights are not suggested but if you decide to install make sure to create and insulated boxed to house the fixture.


Electrical Outlet Extensions Outlet Extensions

When installing Sound Isolation Clips and Drywall Furring Channel you need to consider how to extend your outlet boxes. A few things you should know about using electrical outlet extensions...


Using Green Glue Noiseproofing Sealant between walls and ceilings

Acoustical Sealant

Eliminate all connections and gaps as much as possible. Remember that sounds will leaks out of your room like water from a cracked vase. Perpendicular surfaces should not touch, seams should be fully sealed with Green Glue Noiseproofing Sealant, double layers should be cross seamed and any openings must be designed with sound control in mind.


Where do I find Drywall Furring Channel? Drywall Furring Channel (7/8" Hat Channel)

Dietrich Metal Framing can supply you with Drywall Furring ChannelCall Dietrich Metal Framing to find a dealer near you (800) 543-7140. Ask for 25 gauge 7/8" or 1.5" hemmed edged Drywall Furring Channel. DO NOT USE 20 GAUGE CHANNEL FOR ANY REASON. A detail drawing of the required channel is on page 1 of the installation guide.