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For Wall & Floor Ceiling Assemblies

Soundproofing walls anc ceilings
The RSIC-1 Resilient Sound Isolation Clip
RSIC-1 Resilient Sound Isolation Clips provide 2 unique approaches to sound privacy that will prevent sound from noisy neighbors transmitting through your walls or floor/ceiling assemblies.

Experience with the RSIC-1 Clips has recorded remarkable improvements of up to an additional 20 STC points on walls.

The RSIC-1-R designed to retrofit and improve existing walls and ceilings has shown to improve existing walls by as much as 8-10 dB by actual field tests.

RSIC-1 Clips
  1. View Estimated RSIC Clip Usage For Walls & Ceilings, Wood or Steel Framed (Spacing at 24″×48″ O.C.)

  2. View Estimated RSIC Clip Usage for Walls & Ceilings, Wood or Steel Framed (Spacing at 16″×48″ O.C.)

  3. Wall Detail – RSIC Clips at 24″ O.C.

  4. Wall Detail – RSIC Clips at 16″ O.C.

Resilient Sound Isolation Clips Wall
Close up of RSIC Assembly

Walls – One and Two layers of 5/8″ Gypsum Board

  • Resilient Sound Isolation Clip (RSIC-1) shall be 48 inches maximum on center (horizontal)
  • Fasten the Resilient Sound Isolation Clip (RSIC-1) to the the substrate with a fastener approved for a minimum pull-out and sheer of 120 lbs
  • Ensure the internal metal ferrell is tight to the substrate
  • Locate the first row of RSIC-1 clips within 3 inches from the floor and within 6 inches from the ceiling
  • Snap in the drywall furring channel (hat track) into the RSIC-1 clips (horizontal for walls)
  • Place 1/4″ (minimum) shim on floor to fully support the gypsum board
  • Install the gypsum board from the bottom up leaving a 1/4″ min. gap around perimeter.
  • ONLY remove the shims after ALL the gypsum board is completely screwed to ALL the drywall furring channels. Make sure every screw (floor to ceiling and wall to wall) is installed as required by the assembly design, in every layer of gypsum board before removing the shims at the floor. The shims are critical to ensure best results
  • Caulk around the entire perimeter of the gypsum board. Use fire and smoke rated acoustical sealant where required
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