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Super Stud Building Products

Model 78100

Internet #202093381

Store SKU #445394

7/8 in. x 10 ft. 25-Gauge Galvanized Steel Furring Channel

$5.18 /each

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Super Stud’s 7/8 in. x 10 ft. 25-Gauge Furring Channel is a multi-purpose product with a variety of applications. Commonly used to level uneven surfaces. Provides furring for interior walls and drop ceiling application. High-strength galvanized steel helps prevent insect , fire and water damage.

  • 7/8 in. x 10 ft. 25-Gauge Furring Channel
  • Multi-purpose product
  • Provides furring for interior walls and drop ceiling application
  • High-strength galvanized steel
  • Provides protection against insect, fire and moisture damage
  • Available in 10 ft. lengths
  • Made in the USA
  • Note: Product may vary by store.
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Will this work for decoupling?

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January 24, 2016
I too am looking to soundproof a room for a home music studio. can this be used to decouple my rooms from one another?
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May 17, 2016
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This product when used with certain clips available elsewhere, will decouple your wall or ceiling for sound. When used by itself it has no rating or testing for sound control, nor was it designed to be used in that manner. If you are looking for a one step steel framing product for sound control, you should use resilient channel. It is designed for sound control.
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Yes. The channels can be used with or without clips. My experience is with soundproofing ceilings, and decoupling with these channels is good for the "stomp" noise.
I am not sure if it is better than the other options as far as separating rooms but I would check into
a) QUIETROCK Drywall b)Safe and Sound Roxul insulation c). Green Glue for doubling layers of Drywall i.e. adding mass. Holmes on Holmes
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Yes. The channels can be used with or without clips. My experience is with soundproofing ceilings, and decoupling with these channels is good for the "stomp" noise.
I am not sure if it is better than the other options as far as separating rooms but I would check into
a) QUIETROCK Drywall b)Safe and Sound Roxul insulation c). Green Glue for doubling layers of Drywall i.e. adding mass. Holmes on Holmes has a video on Quietrock on Youtube that is interesting, though I heard it is hard to work with. I have used channels, green glue and roxul, all on same project, and was happy with the results.
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Is this strong enough for wood or only metal like in the pictures? Also, will this work on ceilings?

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It's not a problem to use these over a variety of materials. They are frequently used to aid in leveling out uneven surfaces like slightly bowed studs, masonry walls, etc.
They are suitable for ceiling use, however there are spacing requirements that will vary depending on the weight of the ceiling material (i.e. single or double layer sheetrock)
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Can these be used to soundproof and decouple a ceiling?

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I would to use these to decouple my ceiling in order to soundproof my room and eliminate as much impact noise as possible. these are the only ones i can find online from a local dealer.
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Yes, you can use these for soundproofing. This is the size recommended to use with "clips" sold on sound proofing websites. The cheaper option is to forego the clips and screw these straight to joints then the drywall to these (just make sure you don't screw through the metal and into the wood/ aim for between wood joists or it defeats the purpose). Furring channels are recommended over resilent Read More
Yes, you can use these for soundproofing. This is the size recommended to use with "clips" sold on sound proofing websites. The cheaper option is to forego the clips and screw these straight to joints then the drywall to these (just make sure you don't screw through the metal and into the wood/ aim for between wood joists or it defeats the purpose). Furring channels are recommended over resilent channels. I believe you want drywall screws for drywall to channels but you want the "fine" kind. not the "coarse" kind. The other store that starts with the "L" doesn't have these, from what I've found. Menards does carry them though, but for me Home Depot is much more convenient. Read Less
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what is the space or gap when sheetrock is hung

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what is the measurement of the depth of the channel
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The height is 7/8". So you loose about an inch if mounting drywall to it. They are 2.5 inches wide.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by strong, light weight with many applications product was strong and light. It was easy to cut to size and looked good after being painted. April 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great for basements & ceilings If you want to finish your basement, put these furring channels up first, make sure they are straight and level, and then use drywall screws to attach the sheetrock. Screws go in fast and easy, and you can cut these with tin snips: no chop saw required. The hemmed edges keep them from cutting your fingers. I have also used them for sheetrock ceilings. November 7, 2014
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