Gyproc SoundBloc Plasterboard

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Say goodbye to stress-inducing noise disruptions and embrace a serene ambience with Gyproc Soundbloc. Crafted with a glass-fibre-infused design and a higher-density core, this board is specially engineered for superior noise reduction in wall linings and partition systems. Not just limited to soundproofing, Gyproc SoundBloc also enhances fire safety by offering increased resistance against flames. This added protection allows for more time to evacuate safely in the event of a fire, prioritising the well-being of occupants.

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What is Gyproc Soundbloc?

Gyproc Soundbloc is a top-of-the-line acoustic plasterboard designed to revolutionise sound insulation in both residential and commercial spaces. 

Its unique glass-fibre infusion and higher-density core ensure exceptional noise reduction, creating a peaceful environment for both work and relaxation. 

With an aerated gypsum core encased in strong paper liners, this board is not only durable but also thermally efficient with a thermal conductivity of 0.25 W/mK. 

It's versatile too – suitable for direct decoration or plaster finish with compatible gypsum plasters. 

Plus, it helps you meet UK building regulations for acoustic performance. 

Benefits of Gyproc Soundbloc

  • Unmatched Soundproofing: Gyproc Soundbloc delivers exceptional acoustic performance, ensuring minimal sound transmission and maximum tranquillity.
  • Versatile Applications: From homes to offices, educational institutions to entertainment venues, Gyproc Soundbloc caters to diverse sound insulation needs.
  • Slim Profile, Maximum Space: The slim design of Gyproc Soundbloc maximises usable space, allowing for efficient utilisation of every square inch.
  • Fire Safety Compliance: Meeting stringent fire safety standards, Gyproc Soundbloc ensures an added layer of protection for your spaces. 
  • Easy Installation: Suitable for both professionals and DIY enthusiasts, Gyproc Soundbloc offers straightforward and hassle-free installation.

Applications of Gyproc Soundbloc

Gyproc Soundbloc finds its application in various scenarios, enhancing the acoustic experience and soundproofing needs:

  • Homes: Create a peaceful living environment by minimising noise between rooms or floors.
  • Offices: Improve productivity and focus in noise-sensitive workspaces, ensuring an undisturbed ambience.
  • Schools and Institutions: Enhance the learning environment by reducing noise and distractions in classrooms.
  • Entertainment Venues: Elevate the acoustic experience in theatres, music studios, and auditoriums, providing an immersive sound environment.

How to Install Gyproc Soundbloc?

Installing Gyproc Soundbloc is a straightforward process:

  1. Preparation: Prepare the surface and mark the area where Gyproc Soundbloc will be installed.
  2. Cutting: Cut Gyproc Soundbloc to precise dimensions using appropriate tools.
  3. Fixing: Securely fix the plasterboard to walls or ceilings using suitable screws and anchors.
  4. Sealing: Ensure an airtight finish by sealing joints and corners with acoustic sealants.

For a more in-depth guide on how to cut and install plasterboard, check out our handy article and guides hub

Frequently Asked Gyproc SoundBloc Questions

What Benefits Does Gyproc SoundBloc Offer Compared to Standard Plasterboard?

Gyproc SoundBloc Board's higher density core and glass-fibre infusion make it superior in sound insulation, allowing for quieter and more comfortable environments compared to standard plasterboard.

Can Gyproc SoundBloc Be Used In Humid Areas Like Bathrooms or Kitchens?

While Gyproc SoundBloc Acoustic Plasterboard is highly effective for sound insulation, it is not recommended for direct exposure to high moisture areas.

For humid spaces, consider using appropriate moisture-resistant plasterboard.

Is Gyproc SoundBloc Acoustic Plasterboard Eco-Friendly & Responsibly Sourced?

Yes, Gyproc SoundBloc Acoustic Plasterboard is responsibly sourced and has a BES6001 rating of 'Very Good,' ensuring its sustainability and environmentally friendly features.

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