Floating Floor, Wall & Ceiling Systems
Floating floors, walls, and ceilings are a means of vibrationally isolating these structures from the surrounding construction. They are used to
- Reduce the transmission of noise and vibration from mechanical equipment onto a building structure, support
- Isolate and suspend mechanical equipment
- Protect equipment from damage during seismic activity.
O’Neill can provide the technical assistance in selecting a floating floor, wall, and ceiling as well as in specification development of a tailor-made isolation system to meet the requirements of the project.
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Concrete & Wood-Framed Ceiling Isolation Systems
- Maximum natural frequency of 4.4 Hz under lightest typical load conditions
- Inexpensive installation
- Spring/neoprene cup combination improves performance against low-frequency noise
- Meets code requirements (STC/IIC 50) while maximizing height
- Various attachment methods allow for installation on a variety of ceiling structures
- UL design L581 offers 1-hour fire rating for typical wood-framed ceiling composities
Floating Floor Systems
- Easy installation
- Design for any load range
- Easy to create 1″, 2″, 3″, and 4″ airspaces
- Fast, simple, inexpensive installation
- Natural Frequency constant over a wide load range
- Proven effective for vibration mitigation of intense impact noises, in gyms, weight rooms, bowling alleys, and sensitive instrumentation spaces.
- In-field acoustical testing yielded results of FIIC 72, FSTC 61 for a vented floating floor
- Load capacities offered in either fiberglass or neoprene isolators
- Withstands live loads up to 1000 psf
Wall Isolation Systems
- Easy installation
- Engineered for a wide range of studwall loads
- Maintains acoustical ratings per ASTM C 919 and ASTM E 497
- Testing to UL 263 (ASTM E119) and UL 1479 (ASTM E814)
Popular applications for this product include:
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