Stop noise from flanking around noise-isolated ceilings and floors.
Resiliently decouples the top plate of a wood-framed wall from existing floor joists.
The strength of the bracket and capacity of the rubber isolation components provide structural integrity and allow wide spacing between brackets.
CWCA brackets include angle bracket, (2) isolation bushings, and attachment hardware.
Bracket spacing: First bracket should be no more than 16" from each corner, then spaced evenly, not to exceed 48" on center.
Allow 1/2" to 1-1/2" of clearance between bottom of joist and top of stud wall.
Acoustically separates the sill plate of a stud wall from the subfloor.
KAI isolation bushings anchor the sill to the sub floor with an acoustically safe connection.
If floors and ceilings are concrete deck, use Wallmat at the top and bottom of the stud walls.