AcoustiSeal™ (Professional Series) Acoustical Sealant
AcoustiSeal™ Pro Series Acoustical Sealant is used for wall/floor junctions to seal cracks and voids per laboratory test data, heating and A/C ducts, cold air returns, exposed joints, electrical and utility outlet boxes.
Features and Benefits:
Exceeds LEED™ Building Requirements
Essential for High STC Walls/Floors
Convenient Large Size Tubes
Remains Soft and Flexible When Dry
Bonds to Wood, Concrete, Glass, Gypsum, Metal and Plastic
Easy Cleanup with Soap and Water
Stops Noise from Leaking Through Joints and Edges
Will Not Crack
When Used Properly, AcoustiSeal™ Drastically Increases the Overall STC of Floor, Ceiling and Wall Assemblies
28 oz Tube
1/4″ Bead: 85 Linear Feet per Tube
3/8″ Bead: 40 Linear Feet per Tube
Essential for achieving high STC value for sound isolation
Wall/floor junctions to seal cracks and voids per laboratory test data, heating and A/C ducts, cold air returns, exposed joints, electrical and utility outlet boxes.
ASTM E-84 – 76, Class A
When using AcoustiSeal™ the goal is to create a completely sealed room. Think of the room you are sealing as a water tank:
Make sure the surfaces that are to be sealed are clean.
Cut the nozzle to create an appropriately sized hole.
The image below shows three possible AcoustiSeal™ applications. Image “A” shows sealant under one layer of drywall on both sides. Image “B” is the same as “A” with the addition of a bead under the plate resulting in a better seal. Image “C” shows a multiple drywall layer install with beads under each layer and a heavy bead under the plate. This would yield an excellent seal.
Clean up with soap and water while still wet.
Allow to dry typically 48 hours before painting.
Drywall mud can be applied directly over AcoustiSeal™.
Keep out of reach of children. Wear eye protection. Skin Contact: Wash affected area thouroughly with soap and water. Eye Contact: Flush thouroughly with water and obtain medical attention. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Seek medical attention if swallowed. Refer to MSDS for further information.