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Gyprock Cinema Wall Systems are designed to provide a high performance wall where acoustic separation and a dramatic reduction in sound transmission is required such as between theatres in a cinema complex.
Gyprock Cinema Wall systems use a combination of framing, insulation and lining products to achieve superior acoustic performance. These high performance systems achieve a sound reduction of up to 81 Rw and are also highly fire resistant (FRL 120/120/120).
The Gyprock Cinema Wall system has been tested at the National Acoustic Laboratories to assess its acoustic performance.
Testing was performed on system ‘CSR 1700’ with 3 layers of 16mm Gyprock Fyrchek™ plasterboard on each side and 2 layers of 110mm thickness glasswool infill and achieved a result of Rw 77, Ctr -6. (AFT Report Nº428).
Further field testing by PKA Acoustic Consulting on the same system is detailed in test report Nº99017-R01 ‘Field Performance of Gyprock Cinema Wall System’. Additional systems’ performance values have been assessed in PKA Acoustic Consulting Report PKA 201001.
When designed, installed and detailed as per the Gyprock Cinema Wall Installation Guide the systems achieve 120/120/120 FRL (BRANZ assessment FAR2357).
These diagrams show two typical layout options for the Cinema Wall system. The Gyprock Red Book outlines a comprehensive list of layout options and can help you find a design that works best for your building performance needs.
Gyprock Cinema Wall systems include a range of lining, insulation and accessory options to be determined by the designer in order to achieve different performance requirements. Only those product options specified should be used in order to guarantee the acoustic and fire performance of the system.
Offers high fire resistance to meet fire regulations in commercial buildings.