Acoustic Mounts

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Resilient mounts, also known as sound isolation clips, are used as a way of disconnecting the wall system in acoustic wall and ceiling assemblies, for buildings or rooms that require a high level of noise reduction or soundproofing. The purpose of the rubber in the resilient mount is to break up the sound that transfers from the plasterboard to the steel stud and through to the other side.

Can I substitute specified products for Studco?

Absolutely, our insistence on quality and extensive product testing provide substantial evidence that our products provide equal performance characteristics of alternative framing systems. Further information can be found on our Systems Conformance document.


Can Studco® help with engineering advice?

Studco can provide an engineering sign off for your project. Our Technical Team can consistently offer value-engineered solutions for our customers and services to cover all aspects of documentation and inspection for installations in various areas including, but not limited to seismic, fire-rated, load-bearing and acoustic wall and ceiling solutions.

Experience the value of a dedicated engineering service. Find out more.


What are the lead times for orders and how quickly can Studco fulfill my order?

Lead times may vary depending on location. Metro deliveries are available for next day or same day delivery. You can also pick up your order from your local Studco branch.

To find out about our lead times, please call us on 1300 255 255.


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Available Options

Product Code Product Information Width (mm) Height/Depth (mm) Length (mm) Sub Pack Stock Pack
M237R. Resilmount Furring Channel Resilient Mount 36 28 65 100 100
M96R Resilmount Furring Channel to Purlin Resilient Mount 36 138 65 50 50
M239R Resilmount Adjustable Direct Fix Clip 36 28 85 / 120 / 150 50 50
M319R SlimCeil Static Deflection Ceiling Bracket 60 60 62-196* 50 50
M324R SlimCeil Bracket 40 60 47-118 50 50


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