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In times where sustainable buildings are in rising demand, wood with its enormous ecological benefits presents an excellent solution. Whether it is a single-family house or a wooden skyscraper, timber construction has lots of advantages.  However, this will inevitably result in challenging tasks for sound insulation, especially in the low frequency range.

Impact sound from people walking is the most common source for low-frequency sound transmission in various timber constructions. Often current standards and even strict acoustic requirements do not consider such frequency range. Suspended ceilings with our REGUPOL sonusclips significantly reduce low frequency noise. Additionally, the REGUPOL sonus porfolio of floor underlayments can be used as sound insulation under various floor coverings, adding both soundproofing and ecological benefits. 

Timber construction - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL sonusclips

Resilient sound insulation clips used for attached gypsum wall board (GWB) to walls and ceilings. Also used for decoupling a variety of fixtures and reducing vibration transmission. 

Timber construction - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL sonus core

Acoustic underlayment designed to reduce the transmission of footfall noise. Commonly used underneath hardwood, laminate, tile, stone, and carpet. 

Timber construction - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL vibration

High performance elastomers made of rubber fibers, granules, and polyurethane. Used to treat vibration and structure-borne sound. 

Timber construction - REGUPOL BSW GmbH

REGUPOL sill isolation pad

REGUPOL sill isolation pads provide structure-borne sound isolation for interior walls including wood framed walls, steel framed walls, CMU walls, and concrete walls.

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