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    Bailey Metal Products Barre résiliente Bailey RC Plus de 12 pieds

    Modèle nº D1007-18X144PC|Nº UGS 1000165782

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    Modèle # D1007-18X144PC Internet # 1000165782

    L'une des méthodes à faible coût et la plus efficace pour réduire la transmission du son à travers les murs et les plafonds. La barre résiliente amortit efficacement les ondes sonores, dissipe l'énergie et réduit la transmission du son en maintenant le gypse de ½è d'épaisseur aux montants du mur ou aux solives de plancher. Important: rappelez-vous que les barres résilientes ne doivent pas supporter de charges lourdes telles que des étagères, des armoires ou de lourds luminaires. Évitez les situations telles qu'une barre résiliente placée entre des couches de placoplâtre ou d'autres revêtements muraux

    1. Atténue la transmission du son d'une pièce à l'autre
    1. Convient pour les bâtiments à plusieurs unités et les cloisons de studio d'enregistrement
    1. Utilisé pour les applications murales et au plafond
    1. Pour plus d'informations et autres détails d'installations, visitez notre site au : http://www.bmp-group.com/products/steel-framing-accessories/rc-plus-resilient-channel
    1. Pour plus d'informations et autres détails d'installations, visitez notre site au : http://www.bmp-group.com/products/steel-framing-accessories/rc-plus-resilient-channel

    Spécifications

    Dimensions

    Hauteur assemblé
    0.48
    Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    144
    Largeur assemblée
    1.94
    Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    2.25
    Poids assemblé
    1.64
    Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
    1.64
    Profondeur assemblé
    144
    Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    0.63

    Détails

    Certifié
    Oui
    Pays d'origine
    CA-Canada

    Garanties et certifications

    N/A
    Barre résiliente Bailey RC Plus de 12 piedsBailey Metal Products Barre résiliente Bailey RC Plus de 12 piedsL'une des méthodes à faible coût et la plus efficace pour réduire la transmission du son à travers les murs et les plafonds. La barre résiliente amortit efficacement les ondes sonores, dissipe l'énergie et réduit la transmission du son en maintenant le gypse de ½è d'épaisseur aux montants du mur ou aux solives de plancher. Important: rappelez-vous que les barres résilientes ne doivent pas supporter de charges lourdes telles que des étagères, des armoires ou de lourds luminaires. Évitez les situations telles qu'une barre résiliente placée entre des couches de placoplâtre ou d'autres revêtements muraux
    Bailey Metal Products
    1000165782
    Barre résiliente Bailey RC Plus de 12 pieds est évalué 4.1 de 5 de 12.
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    Rated 5 de 5 de par No cracks or sags in ceiling since installed 23 years ago.... Installed this channel on a ceiling in 1997. We installed 1/2" drywall incorrectly (amateur hour) on the channels.... Ran drywall parallel with channels and only used a channel on each edge (shared with adjacent panels) and one in the center! 23 years later and no sagging or crack.
    Date de publication: 2020-07-11
    Rated 4 de 5 de par Good for sound isolation Not easy to find installation instructions, especially at the HomeDepot site. Use this link: https://www.clarkdietrich.com/sites/default/files/imce/pdf/20_Products/21_IntFraming/RC-Channel/CD_RC-InstallationGuidelines_v03_2019-11-18.pdf The product is rated to hold up to 2 layers of 5/8" drywall. The most important issue is to make sure that the drywall screws you are using to fasten the drywall to the channel are not long enough to extend through the channel and into the floor joists that the channel is hanging from. If your joists are 24" on center, you must use the channel on 16" centers. If your joist are 16" on center, you can use the channels on 24" centers. Better sound isolation is obtained by using 24" on center channel installation because there is less material transmitting sound from the floor joints into the drywall. Be sure to use rockwool insulation between the joists to adsorb sound; the resilient channels and rockwool work together to reduce sound transmission. Roxul used to be carried by Home Depot. Now they carry Owens-Corning products. Frankly I can't tell which is best for sound attenuation. The original resilient channel had long holes in the webbing. This product has much smaller holes which probably cause a decrease in acoustic performance. Here's a report on channels from different manufacturers. http://www.veneklasenresearchfoundation.org/images/9_1_6%20LoVerde_J_Dong_W.pdf
    Date de publication: 2020-02-26
    Rated 5 de 5 de par Very easy to install and cut. Seems very flimsy... Very easy to install and cut. Seems very flimsy at first but I installed 2 layers of 5/8" drywall and it's holding up. I also used some rockwool to dampen the sound in the ceiling joists in my studio. Haven't gotten to test it out with my drums yet, hopefully I will soon.
    Date de publication: 2020-01-22
    Rated 5 de 5 de par worked perfectly... worked perfectly
    Date de publication: 2019-05-21
    Rated 2 de 5 de par The company provides no assembly instructions to get the... The company provides no assembly instructions to get the sound ratings needed. It would be nice to have some literature on the product.
    Date de publication: 2018-06-12
    Rated 4 de 5 de par This stuff is hard to come by in my area, it seems that only a few home depots carry it and even ... This stuff is hard to come by in my area, it seems that only a few home depots carry it and even if they carry it, the people in store don't ever know where to find it. I used this in combination with Roxul Safe and Sound to reduce noise from first floor to second. I made sure to screw the drywall in between the joists to isolate levels. If you can find it, this seems to be the cheapest channel out there for noise isolation. My results seem pretty good, you can't hear conversations or other things through the floor. It even dampens my in-ceiling speakers from the first floor to the second floor. It also provides the height needed to snake wire in between the ceiling and joists, however I haven't tested that theory out, I know I have the space.
    Date de publication: 2017-05-31
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    If my floor joists are spaced at 16", I know I can space the resilient bars at 24" and add one layer of 5/8, but can I spread the bars at 24 and put two layers of 5/8 or should I space the bars at 16"?

    Posée par: Terry
    If your ceiling joists are spaced every 16” you can certainly space the resilient channel every 24”. However, if you are using 2 x layers of drywall, spacing the resilient channel every 16” will provide additional structural support with a minor loss in sound performance (you probably wouldn’t notice the difference). It is fair to say the resilient channel can be spaced either 24” or 16”, depending on what you are comfortable with. I wouldn’t recommend spacing the resilient channel any tighter than 12”.
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2020-09-24

    Hello, I bought your resilient channel, I am going to install soon but before I do I'd like to know the right spacing cc. 5/8 type x Green Glue 5/8 type x and ceiling installment. What do you suggest?

    Posée par: Stephane
    It can depend on what spacing your ceiling joists are framed at. For example, if your ceiling joists are spaced every 16” you can certainly space the resilient channel every 24”. However, if you are using 2 x layers of drywall and green glue, spacing the resilient channel every 16” will provide additional structural support with a minor loss in sound performance.
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2020-07-02

    Can you use the resilient channel with a drop ceiling or does it have to be dry walled?

    Posée par: tjford
    Resilient channel is designed to be installed directly on wall studs or floor joists with the drywall then installed directly to the resilient channel. In a drop ceiling application the use of resilient channel will not follow its intended use and therefore its sound performance will probably be greatly reduced.
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2020-06-13

    Bonjour. Je suis le point d'installer les barres résilientes au plafond.Est ce qu'un espacement de 16 pouces CC entre les barres est suffisant pour soutenir 2 couches de Gips 5/8''? Merci. Robert

    Posée par: Robert
    Bonjour, Deux épaisseurs de gypse type «x» est au départ une composition entraînant une charge assez importante pour des barres résilientes. Dans ce cas-ci, un espacement aux 16’’ c/c est limité. Par ailleurs, espacer les barres par exemple à 12’’ c/c serait la solution mais utiliser trop d’acier n’est pas non plus la solution idéale car c’est plus difficile d’obtenir une qualité acoustique avec ce matériau. Il est possible d’obtenir des barres résilientes de calibre 20G (.033) ce que je vous suggère avec espacement aux 16’’ c/c et important de s’assurer que le gypse que vous utiliserez soit un gypse de haute densité afin de faciliter son installation. Espérant que ceci puisse vous aider dans vos travaux. Cordialement,
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2020-06-14

    These are fine with 1/2 boards for ceiling?

    Posée par: eric
    Yes. Resilient channel can support a maximum weight of 2 x layers of 5/8” drywall for ceiling applications.
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2020-07-02

    i know you it is not recommended to put resilient channel on an existing wall but it is an apartment and I can't take off the drywall, would this still help plus two layers of 5/8 drywall and green glue.

    Posée par: frank
    Resilient channel is best installed against wall studs or ceiling joists and not “sandwiched” in between layers of drywall. The resilient channel will not perform as well if installed in between layers of drywall. In this application it would be best to skip the resilient channel altogether and just use additional layers of drywall and green glue.
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2020-03-05

    Can one mount the channels to a masonry (brick) wall and then mount drywall to them? Or must the channel be mounted to a stud?

    Posée par: ocanegra
    You could mount the resilient channel directly to a masonry brick wall but the sound performance will not be as great as you would expect from a stud wall. The reason being, in order for resilient channel to perform at a high level the stud cavity is very important. This space helps dampen sound and mounting directly to a masonry brick wall will in effect, “sandwich” the resilient channel providing very little opportunity for the resilient to dissipate sound properly. If you are looking to create a small gap in order to attach drywall I suggest you use furring channel which comes standard with a 7/8 tall profile.
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2019-09-10

    "Remember that resilient channels should not carry heavy loads such as bookshelves, cabinetry or heavy light fixtures." Is there any way to use resilient channel and have heavy furniture at the same time (eg. Murphy bed/shelving)?

    Posée par: harsh
    Hi Harsh, No. Resilient channel cannot be used to support heavy loads. It’s purpose is solely for sound proofing. I hope that helps. If you have any other questions let us know
    Répondue par: Bailey Metal Products
    Date de publication: 2019-03-12
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