Resilmount MBFR
Resilmount MBFR
Resilmount MBFR
Resilmount MBFR
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Standard Drywall Wall Installation
A basic wall installation with noise reduction in mind. Acoustical sealant prevents sound from traveling through gaps in materials and sound rated insulation helps to prevent sound from passing through walls.
Noise Reduction Upgrade Wall Assembly
Green Glue is an excellent option for soundproofing walls. Apply a layer of Green Glue between two layers of drywall to significantly reduce sound propagation through walls. Acoustical sealant adds a finishing touch to the project.
High Performance Green Glue Noise Reduction Assembly
For superior soundproofing, add two layers of Green Glue between three layers of drywall. Green Glue dissipates sound into heat through molecular viscoelasticity. 5/8" drywall adds more mass than 1/2" drywall, providing more soundproofing.
Premium Wall Assembly With Green Glue And Clip Assembly
Clips and channels mechanically separate the walls from the building structure. Separation prevents sound from traveling through the structure itself. A clip assembly combined with a Green Glue application gives superb soundproofing for high, mid, and low frequencies.
Ultimate Soundproofing Wall Assembly
The ultimate wall assembly utilizes two layers of Green Glue with a clip and channel assembly and acoustical sealant to seal any gaps. Use all available options to maximize the amount of noise reduction.
Resilmount MBFR Sound Isolation Clips

Resilmount MBFR clips are resilient sound isolation clips for use in wall soundproofing applications where wall studs may be uneven. The notches in the MBFR clip allow extra tolerance in the placement of furring channel so that the resulting wall will be even and unbowed, despite any issues in the position of the wall studs.

MBFR clips are an excellent solution for decoupling a wall from the building's frame, preventing sound from traveling from one room to another. This means that MBFR clips can be used with confidence in homes, sound studios, offices, theaters, or anywhere else that needs soundproofing.

MBFR clips are not manufactured for use in ceilings.

Resilmount MBFR Specifications
Resilmount's patented thermoplastic rubber outperforms standard rubber because of its unique natural absorbing characteristics. Resilmount's unique sound cell design guards against structure-borne vibrations transferring into the body of the Resilmount because of its strong column design providing a small percentage of contact surface are
a with the structure or substrate it is fixed to. This aids in absorbing and breaking up airborne sound at its transfer point.Resilmount MBFR Specficiations

MBFR Specifications
Width: 1 - 3/8 in.
Height: 4 - 7/8 in.
Depth: 1 - 7/16 in.
Weight: 0.25 lbs
Max Spacing Between Clips: 48 in. on center

Furring Channel Specifications
Minimum: 25 Gauge
Depth: 7/8 in. or 1 - 1/2 in.
Width at Top: 1 - 1/4 in.
Width at Bottom: 2 - 1/2 in. max

Resilmount MBFR Installation Guide

Wall Installation Guide
Resilmount MBFR Wall Installation Diagram

Use 25 gauge furring channel on walls.
Furring channel is installed across studs horizontally.
Use a 4 ft. level to ensure furring channel is installed level.
Clips are spaced no further than 48 inches apart horizontally
Hat channel must not be spaced more than 24 inches vertically
Bottom clips must be less than 3 inches from the floor
Top clips must be less than 6 inches from the ceiling
Make sure to leave a 1/4 in. gap between wall and celling and wall and floor to fill with acoustical caulk.

Measure for placement of Resilmount MBFR isolation clips using layout guidelines listed in the Installation Notes above.
Mark locations and place clips against the stud. Place washer on clips and install screw through the hole in the center of the clip.

STEP 2 - INSTALL THE FURRING CHANNELResilmount MBFR Installation Picture
Snap furring channel into clips.
Some walls will require you to overlap hat channel. It is best to overlap 6 inches of hat channel between two clips. Secure the hat channel with two 7/16 framing screws or 18 gauge tie-wire.

Place shims on the floor to allow spacing between the drywall and the flooring. This ensures decoupling from the floor to make it impossible for vibrations to travel from the wall to the floor and vice-verse.
Screw drywall in place through hat channel. Be sure drywall is fully installed before removing shims from underneath.

Use acoustical sealant to fill the 1/4" gaps around the perimeter, and all gaps around electrical boxes, windows, and doors.

Resilmount MBFR Downloads

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