Internet #207168829

Model # BSNAT85US

Store SKU #257322

0777248104974

1/2 in. x 48 in. x 96 in. Acoustic Insulation Sound Board

  • Helps to deaden sound transfer in walls & floors
  • Lightweight, cost efficient and easy to install
  • Ready to apply directly to framing

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Product Overview

  • Helps to deaden sound transfer in walls & floors
  • Lightweight, cost efficient and easy to install
  • Ready to apply directly to framing
The Natural Panel or Sound Deadening Board is a rigid panel produced from non-toxic organic material and natural wood fibers that are wax impregnated. The wax impregnation resists water penetration into the board. The density and rigidity of the board provide excellent noise control properties.
  • Natural wood fiber is made from real wood, recycled and re-purposed
  • Panels are used on interior walls
  • Contributes to the absorption of sound transmitted from the exterior or other rooms
  • Used as sound deadening panels in home theaters and music studios as well as in bulletin boards and marker boards
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Helps to deaden sound transfer in walls & floors
  • Lightweight, cost efficient and easy to install
  • Ready to apply directly to framing
Model #: BSNAT85US
Sku #: 257322
Internet #: 207168829

The Natural Panel or Sound Deadening Board is a rigid panel produced from non-toxic organic material and natural wood fibers that are wax impregnated. The wax impregnation resists water penetration into the board. The density and rigidity of the board provide excellent noise control properties.

  • Natural wood fiber is made from real wood, recycled and re-purposed
  • Panels are used on interior walls
  • Contributes to the absorption of sound transmitted from the exterior or other rooms
  • Used as sound deadening panels in home theaters and music studios as well as in bulletin boards and marker boards
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
96
Product Height (in.)
.5
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

Insulation Accessory Type
Soundproofing Insulation
Insulation Features
No Additional Features
Insulation Type
Accessory
Number of Pieces
1

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
96
Product Height (in.)
.5
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

Insulation Accessory Type
Soundproofing Insulation
Insulation Features
No Additional Features
Insulation Type
Accessory
Number of Pieces
1

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
None

Questions & Answers

Building a studio/workshop and need/want quiet. Thinking of layering a bunch, can anyone recommen...

Building a studio/workshop and need/want quiet. Thinking of layering a bunch, can anyone recommend/advise on my thoughts. 12 layers Inside Studio --------------- 1. Drywall 2. MLV 3. SoundBoard 4. Acoustic Tape (two layers) (MLV Sponge Tape) ODD studs 5. STUDs w ROCKWOOL Safe 'n' Sound between 6. Acoustic Tape (two layers) (MLV Sponge Tape) EVEN studs 7. OSB 8. MLV 9. HardieBacker (Fire Protection on two sides for close properties) 10. Tyvek 11. Redwood siding The Ceiling will be typical 2x4 joists lean-to w/Radiant OSB on top and LP SmartSide facing the interior. I was thinking of putting this SoundBoard between the SmartSide and the studs, I know I need ~1/2" - 3/4" gap between the Radiant OSB and any insulation. What would be the best way to insulate and allow for the gap? A standard 2x4 is 3 1/2" so I think the ROCKWOOL Safe 'n' Sound would need to be cut down the middle? ROOF -------------- 1. Roofing Tiles 2. Tar Paper? or MLV? or Both? 3. Radiant OSB 4. Acoustic Tape (two layers) (MLV Sponge Tape) ODD studs 5. STUD with ROCKWOOL Safe 'n' Sound cut in half? between 6. Acoustic Tape (two layers) (MLV Sponge Tape) EVEN studs 7. SoundBoard 8. LP SmartSide panels The (Mass (L)oaded (V)inyl is 1/2 lb 4'x50' sheets The Acoustic Tape is double sided 1/8" MLV. Thanks for your input/suggestions!
Asked by: StudioBuild
MLV on both sides seems pointless. Best to have room within a room. One idea: Exterior wall-->studs w/ Roxul-->air gap-->quietrock-->studs w/roxul-->resilient channel-->soundboard-->MLV-->quietrock. With bass traps on the inner walls, nobody will hear anything. The above is my setup for the one wall between the control and live rooms. All the other walls are: Exterior wall-->studs w/ Roxul--> resilient channel--> 5/8 drywall --> quietrock. Of course, diffusion panels, bass traps, and absorption panels mounted on the interior walls are essential.
Answered by: KCC
Date published: 2019-05-29

How hard is it? Will push pins penetrate for bulletin boards?

How hard is it? Will push pins penetrate for bulletin boards?
Asked by: Mari
Read up on Crystalline Silica, which this product contains, then ask yourself if you want to be pushing pins in and out creating silica dust...
Answered by: George
Date published: 2020-04-01

Can this be sandwiched between sheetrock?

A customer has a preexisting rental property, that is near to train tracks. Can this be placed over the top of the existing drywall and a new layer of drywall put sandwiching this product between? Or do the existing walls need to be removed first?
Asked by: Vindood
Anything can be sandwiched between sheetrock, not sure why that last person said that
Answered by: Ted
Date published: 2020-01-27

Does this board reflect sound or absorb it?

I need a sound absorbing material. Does this absorb or reflect sound
Asked by: Doug
This product contributes to the absorption of sound transmitted from the exterior or other rooms.
Answered by: BC Customer Service
Date published: 2020-03-18
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