Walls using the SRP™ Staggered Stud System are commonly used to provide effective resistance to sound transmission and acoustic impact. These walls are constructed with the SRP™ Studs being alternately positioned to each leg of a wider SRP™ Track, where only every second SRP™ Stud is positioned on the same side of the SRP™ Track leg providing support for the plasterboard. Most commonly, SRP™ Staggered Walls are installed using SRP™ 92mm 0.55BMT 30mm leg SRP™ Tracks with SRP™ 63.5 0.55BMT SRP™ Studs staggered at 300mm centre [see FIGURE 10].
Walls are installed using the relevant GIB® documentation in order to achieve the required STC and FRR rating. Refer to GIB® Noise Control Systems March 2006 and GIB® Fire Rated Systems October 2012 for more information.
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