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Vicoustic VicVibro RCH1.01 Anti-vibration System

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  • Exceptional isolation performance
  • High quality finish
  • Anti-vibration ceiling hanger for common ceiling profiles
  • It has security devices to guarantee a safe installation
  • The installation procedure is extremely easy, reducing working costs

1,393.92 incl GST

Special Import - Estimated delivery by January 3 - January 4

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Product Description

These are Anti-vibration ceiling hangers for common ceiling profiles. The installation procedure is extremely easy, speeding up the work and reducing working costs. They have security devices to guarantee a safe installation, and contain a new quick leveling system.

Advantages: The main advantage of this ceiling hanger is, that you can quickly install a false ceiling, achieving a high quality finish, with minimum effort and costs. Exceptional isolation performance. If you want to build an angled ceiling, you can easily adjust the ceiling hangers.

Application: It can be used in various places like Recording studios, Home theaters, Rehearsal rooms, Auditoriums, Cinema halls, Dubbing rooms, Residential areas, Voice Over (VO) Rooms, etc.

Vicoustic VicVibro RCH1.01 Features:

  • Exceptional isolation performance
  • High quality finish
  • Anti-vibration ceiling hanger for common ceiling profiles
  • It has security devices to guarantee a safe installation
  • The installation procedure is extremely easy, reducing working costs.

Vicoustic VicVibro RCH1.01 Specifications:

  • Mounting Width: 45 mm
  • Rupture Point: 350.00 kg
  • Load Weight: 12.00 to 30.00 kg
  • Ceiling profile type: Normal “C” ceiling profiles.

Installation Details:

  • Installation Place: Ceiling
  • Steel: No
  • Rubber Color: Green
  • Security Devices: 1
  • Fire Security Devices: No
  • Safety Available with 1 or 2 security devices to guarantee a safe installation.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

You should install the ceiling profiles spaced at approximately 60 cm as the gypsum boards are usually 1.2m wide. In the other direction, the distance between 2 clips should be limited to 100cm. It is also recommended to limit the distance between ceiling profiles and a parallel wall to 20cm, in order to avoid bending effects of the gypsum boards at the perimeter (cantilever effect).

OPTIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN CEILING HANGERS:

You can also install the ceiling hangers with the optimum distance between each other, to guarantee optimum vibration isolation and at the same time security. The ceiling profiles can be cut to fit the room dimensions, but should always be supported by a minimum of 2 suspension clips. For practical reasons during the construction, the ceiling channels may be connected at their ends, but this is not an obligation. To increase the acoustical isolation (with 2 to 3 dB extra), an acoustic membrane (Vicoustic´s ISO Blanket or ISO Blanket PRO) should be installed between the 2 gypsum boards.

The gypsum boards and ceiling profiles must always be completely decoupled at the perimeter with respect to walls, beams, etc. We recommend doing the following wall-ceiling intersection shown on the image below:

Important:
You should use some absorption material in the air gap between the structural ceiling and the gypsum boards. This is avoid standing waves, and unwanted sound resonance. The absorption material should not be pressed, leaving a free space of about 4cm allowing the air to circulate.

1. Vicoustic´s VicVibro WS
2. 1ST Gypsum Board
3. Air Gap
4. Vicoustic´s Vicycle 60
5. Ceiling profiles
6. Air Gap
7. Vicoustic’s VicVibro RCH.

Do not screw the acoustic ceiling cladding to prevent sound bridges, and build a full floating roof. If you join the cladding the ceiling with a rigid connection (ex. screws) it overrides the elastic insulator, damaging the insulation. The junctions between the ceiling insulation and vertical walls are made using a rubber band, to ensure a tight seal without losing elasticity avoiding rigid contact between the two partitions.

Important:
You should use some absorption material in the air gap between the structural ceiling and the gypsum boards. This is avoid standing waves, and unwanted sound resonance. The absorption material should not be pressed, leaving a free space of about 4cm allowing the air to circulate.

1. Wall
2. Elastic self adhesive strip [~10 mm] thickness
3. Vicoustic´s Vicycle 60
4. Ceiling profiles
5. Air Gap
6. Structural Ceiling
7. Vicoustic’s VicVibro RCH.

RESPONSIBILITY AND STANDARDS:

Vicoustic takes full responsibility in the reliability of the acoustic support. We do not take responsibility for the results, because they depend on the people who make the installation. Vicoustic does not guarantee the reliability of the rubber supports when used for loads above the optimum values specified in the technical sheet of each model. All Vicoustic´s wall mounts follow the standard ISO 9001:2008. It specifies the requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to custom.

Technical Specifications

Units in Box

1

Application

Auditorium, Home Theater, Recording Studios

GTIN

5600301841682

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