Acousti-coat – Sound Dampening Paint
Acousti-Coat– Specialist Sound-dampening Coating For Interior Applications
SOUND ADVICE FOR A SOUND PRODUCT
Gapple is the sole UK supplier of Acousti-coat.
It is a sound reducing paint, this new generation of sound proofing uses a two-coat application of water based paint to interior walls, ceilings and floors to reduce sound transmission. This product is durable in addition to being fire rated as well as mould and mildew resistant.
Acousti-coat is the lead product in our FIT (For Industry Trades) product range for a reason, it has been scientifically formulated to increase the STC (Sound Transmission Class) rating of a wall or other partition by 3-7 points depending on the original surface structure meaning you are delivered a consistency of quality to match leading paint brands due to the care taken in manufacturing.
Why Use Acousti-coat?
Acousti-coat can be quickly and easily applied to any new or existing interior surface using a commercial, airless paint sprayer or standard paint roller.
Not to mention the ease of further decorating as any type of decorative paint or wallpaper can be used post- application of the base and finish layers.
Current sound proofing solutions usually involve:
- Acoustic engineering solutions
- Rebuilding of surfaces
- Multiple Trades (eg builder, electrician, plasterer, painter)
- Lengthy disruptions to premises or work sites
Furthermore This high performance paint product offers an effective alternative to traditional sound proofing methods but with similar acoustic barriers. Rather than your traditional method of deconstruction of existing walls and the installation of sound boards before the walls are rebuilt, acousti-coat allows you to reduce labour costs and avoid excessive business disruption all while tackling your acoustic issues.
The paint dries to the touch in around 20 minutes without sacrificing the extremely high sound reduction qualities.
Who Should use Acousti-coat?
Acousti-Coat is an ideal sound-proofing solution for a number of key sectors, where reducing noise in a building is paramount and even legislated (Read More). These include:
- Hospitals and Schools
- Hotels and conference centers
- Offices and high traffic Business Premises
- Music and Recording Studios
- Live Music and Entertainment Venues
- Apartment blocks or other shared accommodation.