SheetBlok Sound Isolation Barrier je vrhunska akustička izolacija namjenjena tamo gdje se želi prostor izolirati od buke iz prostorije prema vani i obratno.
To može biti glazbeni studio, tv/radio studio, stan, apartman, hotel/hostel ili višenamjenski poslovni prostor (radionice i sl.), uredi, restorani, kafići i klubovi te široki niz sličnih prostora sa lošom akustičkom izolacijom.
Implementacija Sheetblok akustičke barijere rješava vaše probleme buke sa susjedima, čime vam omogućava normalne zivotne i radne uvjete, prekida prigovore o buci koji potencijalno ugrožavaju budućnost projekta, a u slučaju ugostitelja ispunjava sve zakonske norme sprječavanja širenja buke u poslovnim prostorima, čime garantira budućnost poslovne investicije u slučaju sudskog spora i inspekcijskog nadzora.
Sheetblok je teška inertna vinilna masa koja je otprilike 6dB (4 puta) učinkovitija od punog olova kada se radi o zaustavljanju prolaza zvuka (transmisija). Ugrađena u zidove, stropove ili pod, ponaša se kao tanka, gusta prepreka, a najučinkovitija je kao dio višeslojne izolacije sastavljene od raznih materijala, poput gipsanih ploča, mineralne vune, vlaknatica itd.
SheetBlok pomaže u odvajanju ('plivanju') podova i zidova, a iako se sam po sebi ne smatra gotovim proizvodom, obojiv je lateks bojom.
Pošto je teško opisati kakve rezultate možete očekivati prilikom implementacije Sheetblok-a, svakako posjetite našu stranicu USPOREDBA A/B, gdje možete poslušati primjer sobe prije tretmana, kao i nakon pojedinačnog dodavanja tretmanskih solucija Sheetblok i RC-8, sami po sebi ili u tandemu.
Saznajte opširnije o Sheetblok ovdje - Izgradnja dodatnog pregradnog zida, by Luka Rstic
SheetBlok Sound Isolation Barrier:
STC Data Table
STC (Sound Transmission Class), is a numerical rating of how effective a material is at blocking the transmission of sound through itself. This rating generally applies to hard materials like rubberized sound barriers, concrete, brick and drywall but also applies to a much lesser degree to softer materials like mineral fiber (although it isn't tested by itself; it's tested as part of a wall system to verify its effectiveness). Virtually every material filters out some of the sound that travels through it, but dense materials are much better at this than are spongy materials.
Sound Transmission Class (STC) = 26.3 dba
|Center Frequency||Transmission Loss|
|Overall STC||26.3 dba|
Rw = 25.2 dB
SheetBlok-Xtra® is a high density polymer-based, asphalt-free, synthetic soundproofing membrane that offers good acoustical insulation in different building situations. It is equipped with a polypropylene fleece on its upper side to improve the tear strength of the membrane and at the same time offer protection and a finished appearance.
High acoustic insulation, combined with soft, flexible elements.
High sound damping capacity on metal surfaces.
Easy to handle and adaptable to uneven surfaces.
Easy to cut with a knife or scissors
Good bonding to most surface types.
Acts as a vapour control layer
Cold- and heat-resistance.
Excellent ageing resistance.
Soundproofing against airborne noise in ceilings and lightweight roofs.
Reduction of impact noise level in all types of floors when sandwiched between floor slabs and loose-laid flooring.
Damping of impact noise caused by atmospheric agents on metal decks.
Soundproofing of air conditioning ducts and pipes.
Combined with sound-absorbent materials, it offers products with high acoustic performance.
Its applications in the industrial field cover from the soundproofing of booths to the acoustic insulation of machine-rooms, gutterpipes, sound-damping of metal sheets, etc.
In accordance with the following norms: CTE-DB-HR, EN ISO 140-1, EN ISO 140-3, EN ISO 140-6, EN ISO 140-8, EN 20140-2and EN ISO 717/1/2.
Quality System in accordance with ISO:9001
Substrate: SheetBlok lends itself to all types of normal building substrates (gypsum board, metal, DM, plastics). The substrate must be even, smooth, clean and dry. It must also be free from elements that could damage the membrane. If the construction is old, its condition must be checked to avoid adherence problems of the SheetBlok to surface.
Installation of the membrane: Prior to installing the membrane, an adhesive must be applied to both substrate and membrane, and left to dry according to the instructions of the adhesive manufacturer before bonding the two surfaces. Pressure must be exerted on all the points to ensure correct adhesion. It can also be installed mechanically. The number of fixings will depend on the product, the support and the system where the membrane will be applied. Mechanical fixings must be chosen which will not tear the membrane and which will insure a good air seal to maximize the soundproofing performance. Use of silicone over the fastener is recommended.
Installation of the membrane on metal decks: Extend the roll over the substrate progressively, trying to keep the fleece on the upper side so it protects the membrane. The membrane must be applied in such a way that the length of the roll is perpendicular to the direction of the deck profile. The membrane must be made to follow the profile of the metal support at all times, ensuring that there is no formation of air pockets. The thermal insulation boards are then installed and mechanically fastened.
Overlaps: Overlap 5 cm both vertically and horizontally. Care must be taken to always seal the overlaps correctly, as small openings can reduce the level of acoustic insulation achieved.
Yield: 1m² of membrane covers approximately 0.90 m² of surface area, including overlaps.
PACKAGING AND STORAGE
Weight (Kg/m²) = 5
Thickness (mm) = 2.5
Length (m) = 6
Width (m) = 1.22
m2 per pallet = 175.68 (24 rolls)
Storage: Horizontal on pallets, without stacking. Product supplied in rolls with carton core inside. Store it in the original packaging, in dry conditions and protected from hot temperatures and UV radiation, not exposed to temperatures higher tan 35 ºC. The maximum period of storage is 1 year.
Density = 2000 Kg/m³
Pliability = -20°C
Melting point = 140°C
Continuous Operating Temperature = 70°C (short term 100°C)
Tensile Strength = ≥ 150 x 150 N/50mm
Elongation = ≥ 200 x 200 %
Compressive Strength = 4.84 Kg/cm²
Vapor Water Resistance Factor = μ ≥ 4.15-104
Flammability Classification = Bs2d0 (UNE-EN 13501-1)