Acoustigard - Acoustic Glasswool

Acoustigard is a glasswool fibre insulation specifically engineered to reduce sound transmission in walls and ceilings. The product comes in a range of densities and is also certified as a thermal insulation for non-combustible external walls.

Applications:

  • Partition walls
  • Intertenancy walls
  • External walls
  • Services
  • Ceilings

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Overview
Applications

Applications

Acoustigard

Acoustigard Partition Rolls have been designed to provide long term thermal and acoustic control for internal partition wall and ceiling assemblies and offer a broad range of thicknesses and densities to suit most applications. This thermally tested and compliant insulation can confidently be used in ceilings and internal walls requiring BCA/NCC compliance to Section J.

Thermal compliance to AS/NZS4859.1, also provides confidence to acoustic specifications as this standard establishes and controls the products variables such as; thickness, density, and fibre diameter. Control of these variables ensures that Acoustigard Partition Rolls provide repeatable performance both thermally and acoustically. Acoustigard will not slump in the wall cavity, ensuring that there are no unwanted voids or cavities that can lead to the loss of thermal and acoustic performance.

Bradford Acoustigard Partition Rolls can achieve a high range of Rw and Rw+Ctr acoustic ratings when installed with Gyprock plasterboard and Hebel, ensuring effective isolation and separation of living and working spacing.

Typical applications include walls and partitions in high rise and low rise multi residential buildings.

Specifications

Insulation for Non-Combustible Walls

The use of non-combustible components in high-rise external facades is critical in preventing the vertical spread of fire, this includes insulation.

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