How it works
The sound-absorbing screws replace ordinary plaster screws in selected constructions. Our screws create a small distance between the wooden stud and the plasterboard with the help of the spring in the middle of the screw. This reduces the transport of sound waves through wall or ceiling components.
With a unique bits, the screw works like a regular screw during assembly but also like a spring when it is in place.
If several layers of plasterboard are to be mounted, fasten the inner board to the wooden stud with the sound-absorbing screw. The outer plasterboard is screwed to the inner without connection to the stud or beam. To secure the outer board, do not use the sound-absorbing screw.