With a footprint of 80 mm , this complex of detached wall ensures maximum sound insulation airborne sound as well as noise impacts.
Biofib'acoustix panels can be cut with a hand or circular saw ( close contours with jig saw or core drill ). The plates must be dry and protected from the weather and soil moisture (best on original pallets lying) stored. It is recommended to store them for a few days under the conditions (humidity and temperature) under which they are ultimately used.
The plates should be handled if possible in the vertical. They can be attached to a stud frame of galvanized steel or wood (moisture content 20% max.). Use galvanized nails with large head or self-drilling screws. When depositing of walls , ceilings and walls, the Biofib'Acoustix plates required at least every 600 mm to be fixed. Because the air-tightness is a core element of the optimal acoustic insulation, a sealant joint must be inserted wherever the plate comes into contact with the fixed structure of the building.
The fixing of heavy objects, such as sinks, water heater, shelving, etc. must be provided when assembling the stand and compelling work by the Biofib'Acoustix plates through to a are performed in the stud frame integrated cross rafters.