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Acoustic Putty Pads

Regular price
£19.25
Sale price
£19.25

( £23.10 incl. VAT )

The easy DIY solution to your noisy neighbour problems: Acoustic Putty Pads.

Three simple steps to a quieter life:

  1. Remove the face plate from your socket or switch
  2. Push the acoustic putty into the back and sides of the box
  3. Replace the face plate

Note: we've shown the fascia removed from the wiring just to give you a clear image. You can leave the fascia attached to the wiring, just hanging, for ease of installation.

Our intumescent, mouldable acoustic putty pads are designed to easily fit socket boxes to reduce sound travel through dry walls. The pads also provide fire resistance while maintaining the acoustic integrity of the wall. The strong malleable putty avoids accidental tearing or puncturing while offering flexibility during fitting.

Nuisance neighbour noise is worse where the structure of your wall is thinnest, such as were there are light switches and electrical sockets. Speedline Acoustic Putty Pads are a quick and easy soundproofing solution that, because they are manufactured from an intumescent material, also provide up to two hours of fire resistance.

Our Acoustic Putty Pads provide a Weighted Sound Reduction Index (Rw) of up to 67dB.

Benefits

  • Maintains acoustic integrity of the wall in PVC or metal boxes
  • Provides up to 2 hours fire resistance
  • Easy to use
  • Fast to fit
  • Acoustic and fire testing available on request

Coverage: 27 single or 20 double sockets per reel
Size: 3.6m x 178mm

Installing Your Acoustic Putty Pads

  1. Switch off the main power at fuse box or isolate the socket you’re working on.
  2. Remove the face plate and let it hang out of your way
  3. Using the grid backing of your acoustic putty pad, work out how much putty you’re going to need. Take into account that you’re going to be applying the putty to the back and sides of the box.
  4. Cut the acoustic putty to size, carefully, using a craft knife.
  5. Push the acoustic putty into the box.
  6. Trim away any excess acoustic putty.
  7. Replace the face plate.