Sound insulation and sound absorbing panel in mineral fibre
The Acoustics Division can supply not only various products to insulate buildings against sound, but also a wide range of services aimed at our Customers, in particular Designers and Companies. Our Company is available also to individuals who might have to solve various different problems due to noise.
Various ticknesses and different weights underwent many further university tests, including the CREEP test and the Dynamic Stiffness test that determine the performance of reference
for the sector, such as: the durability over time under the weight of the screed and the elasticity of the product.
Needless to say, the results proved better than our previous products, which, still today, are the only reference for the entire acoustic sector: the challenge was to exceed our own
expectations. We succeeded in this, and even reduced production costs by 30%.
TXT® from “Acustica Sistemi by Eterno Ivica” will become the basis for all our bonded fabrics: it can be used for impact underlay and subfloors, false ceilings and partition walls, cavities and anti-reverberation solutions. Therefore, the new TXT® is not only an excellent resilient material but it can also be used as a potential sound absorbing solution.
TXT®: Acustica… Again.
The Silentetto TXT Soundproofing Panel is made of a 250 kg/m3 wood fiber panel and a high-density plasterboard board paired with a TXT felt sheet, made of non woven white fabric, obtained from a mixture of sanitized and sterilized filaments of cotton, linen and wool, glued into sheets with adhesive polypropylene.
The Silentetto TXT th. 37 mm product is manufactured usingrecycled materials and is fully recyclable when it reaches the end of its life.
Its components also improve the thermal insulation provided by the mineral wool or wool fiber of the thickness specified by the thermo-technic designer.
Instructions for installation:
The Silentetto TXT th.37 soundproofing panel must be positioned with the white TXT felt directly against the wooden frame or the bricks of the slab, and the wood fiber facing upward.
The panels must be joined perfectly and mechanically anchored to the frame. The thermal insulation, preferably made of mineral wool or wood fiber, will be laid over the panels, in the thickness required by the project.
The use of non-fibrous materials such as polystyrene or polyurethane should be avoided since it provides good thermal insulation, but very bad Soundproofing.
To achieve the best sound insulation performance, after the thermal insulation has been positioned, we recommend to install another layer of wooden boards.