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CI-65 can be loaded to 65 lbs, CI-120 can be loaded to 120 lbs, and CI-200 can be loaded to 200 lbs with a static deflection of 3/16”. Top and bottom hangers suit 5 mm wire rod for suspended ceiling applications.
Cable Isolators are designed to provide acoustical isolation of suspended ceiling systems. Rubber mounts differ from spring mounts because the natural frequency is a function not only of the deflection but also of the rubber hardness. This deflection and rubber hardness provided optimal isolation of transferring noise energy.
- Easy installation (new or existing systems)
- Meets all US Standards and guidelines.
- Isolates the ceiling system from the structure to reduce structure-borne noise
- Does not reduce the load capacity of the ceiling system
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When selecting hangers, it is recommended that the calculated mass of the ceiling system and increased by 10-20% to avoid overloading of the isolation element. If maximum rated deflections are required, the ceiling system needs to be accurately weighed and point loads assessed in accordance with the architectural specifications of the project.
The site contractor can undertake normal installation procedures of the suspended ceiling system. Once the hanging rod has been hung from the substrate, the lower end of the rod needs to be bent up in accordance with the ceiling system manufacturers specifications, providing a ‘hook’ on which the CI-65, CI-120, or CI-200 can be hung.
Once the mount is in place, another section of the hanging rod is required to be bent and inserted through the lower side of the CI-65, CI-120, or CI-200. The shaft of this rod then becomes the mounting point for the ceiling suspension clip.
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$100 Minimum Order for FREE SHIPPING
Additional $25 Shipping Charge for orders less than $100.
Warehouse Fee of +$10 per order.
60 Days on all Returns All returned unused items are subject to warehouse and 20% re-stock fees. No Returns on Open/Partial Cases, Pails, Single Tubes, Outlet Putty Pads
The Soundproofing Company presents these products and construction concepts with the understanding that local Building Codes vary. It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure product is properly installed, and that these concepts meet local Building Code. The Soundproofing Company is not liable for mis-installation or non-compliance with local code.
Soundproofing Company, Inc.
527 W. Morley Dr. Saginaw, MI. 48601
Support: (800) 397-8791
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