Wooden Ceiling - DHS

Examples of sound insulation construction - DHS

The Phonestar acoustic boards can achievegood airborne and impact sound insulations with the following types of ceilings.

 

 

 

DHS CeilingWoodVisible

Output value impact sound L'n,w,R=82 dB

Output value airborne sound R'w,R=26 dB

The figure above is shown with Phonestar retrofitting.
Please consider the notes at the end of this chapter.

Impact and airborne sound insulationg - DHS

If you want more construction details, click on the favoured floor installation (e.g. DHS L 1.1).

Installation in mm

DHS

 

Description

Schema

Installation Layer

Battens

Resilient bars

PhoneStar

Drywall

Sound insulation

Airborne - Impact sound insulation

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52,5 mm

DHS L 1.1

DHS

Battens 50x30 mm

PhoneStar TWIN

Drywall 12,5 mm

R´w,R=36 dB

L´n,w,R=68 dB


57,5 mm

DHS L 1.2

DHS

Battens 50x30 mm

PhoneStar TRI

Drywall 12,5 mm

R´w,R=40 dB

L´n,w,R=65 dB


49,5 mm

DHS H 1.1

DHS

Resilient bars

PhoneStar TWIN

Drywall 12,5 mm

R´w,R=47 dB

L´n,w,R=59 dB


54,5 mm

DHS H 1.2

DHS

Resilient bars

PhoneStar TRI

Drywall 12,5 mm

R´w,R=50 dB

L´n,w,R=56 dB


The specified impact and airbone sound insulation are primarily a comparison of the installations and may vary in individual cases.

 

* Please note the following information of the given sound insulation datas and other techincal

  specifications.

 

Note:

If there are high airborne sound insulation datas of the construction and low impact sound pressure levels which are measured in the underneath room, the sound insulation will be better.

(Encouragement by "Normhammerwerk").

 

Upgrading impact and airborne sound insulation

Further improvements can be achieved through targeted floor constructional systems BHS.

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