Architectural Information

ARCHITECTURAL CEILING HANGERS

Floating Floors remain the most effective way of reducing sound transmission and vibration from the floor above. However, there are many situations where a floating floor is impractical or not economically feasible, so an isolated ceiling becomes the practical choice… Download

BUILDING ISOLATION DISCUSSION

Noise and vibration isolators are used to prevent the downward transmission of vibration from a machine to a structure, the upward transfer from the structure to a sensitive machine or to isolate a complete building from ground vibration… Download

ARCHITECTURAL ISOLATION DISCUSSION

We have been floating floors, resiliently suspending ceilings and isolating walls for close to 45 years… Download

NEOPRENE SOUND ISOLATION SYSTEM

The noise isolation efficiency of mechanical or gypsum board walls and ceilings is seriously threatened when solid connections are made to noisy structural walls, ceilings or floors. Simple inexpensive neoprene isolators can break these sound paths when used as wall braces, ceiling hangers or floor supports… Download

EAFM MOUNTS FOR FLOATING FLOORS

In 1976, the acoustical community asked us to develop a floating floor mounting that would last as long as the building and provide response frequencies lower than two inch (50mm) thick fiberglass… Download

EAFM MOUNTS FOR SOUND AND VIBRATION CONTROL

Acoustical solutions are in the 6 – 8 Hz frequency range. However, these very same low stress isolators can be stacked with steel shim plates between to achieve lower frequencies for vibration isolation… Download