DESCRIPTION

STILLNESS II® is a damping system and sound insulation board composed of anti-vibration and massive elements. We select inorganic materials with different densities and thicknesses to form a composite layer with the best properties of sound insulation and vibration damping in order to effectively insulate the medium-low and low frequencies of the sound transmission.
The layers of each compound model are sandwiched and adhere under high pressure.
These composite vibration damping and sound insulation board are much more practical than the traditional layer-by-layer construction and provides an effective sound reduction rate of walls and ceilings in all types of applications, from the music business to the industrial markets.
This multi-layer structure is portable and simple to install by using screws or contact glue and it is easy to cut to adjust to the room dimensions.

STILLNESS II® is composed by:
- 1 layer of BA13 (13mm), 1 layer of Polyurethane Floatsheet® INS (10mm ), and 1 layer of BA13 (13mm ).

FEATURES
MODELS AND SIZES

Depending on the constitution of the base of the wall or ceiling, this material can enhance the sound insulation between 14 and 18 dB.
Installation: with screws or contact glue.
Fire-resistance: Bs1.
Environmentally friendly material.
High-density board surface, paintable.
Reduces sound transmission loss property.
Suitability of a large-area of construction and use.

Total thickness: 36mm.

MODELS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
WEIGHT
STLL II
200 cm
120 cm
3,6 cm
35,8 Kg

IMPORTANT NOTICES

• JOCAVI® accepts no responsibility for any printing errors. Specifications can be modified without prior notice, if technical or commercial reasons so require.
• The colours shown on this catalogue are only a reference and an illustration of the products finishing. The colours shown are not binding because brightness, contrast and colour balance may vary due to the printing process.
• Colours may vary due to raw-material suppliers' changes and some differences may occur in tonal range. Sizes may vary slightly due to their production method and some inherent raw-materials characteristics.