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Woodgipsline TXT Soundproofing Panel
Panel made of plaster and wood fiber with high sound-insulating power airborne sound reduction
Soundproofing panel with a thickness of 39 mm, suitable for plasterboard walls, composed of a 19 mm thick wood fiber panel paired with a sound-insulating TXT element and a high-density Soundblock plasterboard board (surface mass: 12 kg/m2), thickness 12.5 mm.
The TXT product is manufactured using recycled materials and is fully recyclable when the building is taken down. It is made of non woven white fabric, obtained from a mixture of sanitized and sterilized filaments of cotton, linen and wool, glued into sheets with adhesive polypropylene.
The Woodgipsline TXT soundproofing panel is suitable for improving the airborne sound reduction of existing brick walls, for installation with or without metallic attachment.
To ensure the best results, we also recommend to install an exposed Soundblock finishing panel, 12.5 mm thick.
Instructions for installation:
The Woodgipsline TXT soundproofing panel, when installed without metallic attachment must be positioned with the soft side on the plaster or brick surface, ensuring that it is continuous, flat and without irregularities.
It will be installed with plaster glue applied with a toothed spatula notched trowel over the entire surface of the panel. We recommend that you install a further Soundblock panel, also glued to the soundproofing panel with plaster glue.
This structure needs then to be attached to the existing wall with an appropriate number of percussion dowels with polypropylene body and nylon plug.
To keep acoustic bridging to a minimum, it is important to use only the minimum number of dowels appropriate to the type and quality of supporting structure. Afterwards, the panels and the head of the dowels must be plastered and smoothed to obtain a surface ready for painting.
If the supporting structure is made of metal, the panels will be positioned with the soft side against the supporting frame made of galvanized steel bars.
We recommend installing a further exposed Soundblock panel. All the plastering and smoothing operations are performed according to the usual procedures for standard drywalls.