Installation of sound and thermal insulation

"Training on how to install thermal and acoustic insulation of fiberglass using Behfix installation fittings registered and produced by Behran Energy Engineering Company"

As you can see in the picture above, the connection of thermal insulation of fiberglass (or rock wool) to the lightweight concrete wall has been done using Behfix installation fittings. This operation can be performed on various surfaces such as concrete walls, brick walls (ordinary bricks, pottery bricks, etc.) and Heblex walls, as well as on steel surfaces using reverse nails.


To install insulation on surfaces that can be drilled and drilled, you must first drill a hole in the wall or surface using a drill with a length and diameter appropriate to the stud and put the Behfix plate roll in place with a hammer. Or, if we use the stud directly, we insert the rod into the hole and turn it to the sides so that it penetrates enough into the insulation and the wall.


Then, using a plastic hammer, we fix the stud in place with several blows, and to strengthen the stud, we use a metal or plastic core and install it completely in the stud using the hammer. The use of the core makes the stud completely in place and prevents it from loosening and rotating to the sides, which creates a distance between the insulation and the wall. In the final stages, including cementing and plastering the wall, it inflates and creates cracks. Completely prevents possible.


Steps of installing sound and thermal insulation on the wall of the clay block

It is also possible to install thermal and acoustic insulation of glass wool or rock wool in the walls of pottery blocks using Behfix installation connections easily and with high quality, which is shown in the form of a video tutorial in the picture above.


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Steps of installing sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Steps of installing sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Steps of installing sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Application:


Connection of sound and heat insulation to non-metallic surfaces


This type of stud with the aim of being applicable to hard and dense building materials (concrete - compression brick), semi-hard and porous (light concrete) - finned and perforated materials (types of blocks and machine bricks) available in Iran, in Behran Energy Company Designed and built.


Advantages:


Has an impact transfer bridge


It has loose teeth


It has sacrificial teeth


Has lockable teeth


Convergence of the brain and the stud along the entire length of the opening


Ability to run on a variety of building materials


With anti-heat leakage type (ZN)


High opening length and reliable connection


Use of new, suitable and high quality raw materials


Golmikh low opening


Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Steps of installing sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Application:


Dense materials include concrete, bricklaying, bricklaying


Pottery block (with blade distance up to 40mm)


The purpose of manufacturing and producing this type of joints is to use them in dense building materials (concrete wall, compact brick). The use of this type of stud in block walls (cement, clay) is possible depending on the thickness of thermal insulation and the type of block.


Advantages:


Has an impact transfer bridge


It has loose teeth


With sacrificial teeth (crushed)


Has lockable teeth


Low openness and ease of execution


Has galvanized metal core and P.P. core


Made of completely special raw materials in order to have impact strength with good flexibility


Reverse nails of steel and concrete surfaces


Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Reverse nail steel surfaces


The metal structure adjacent to the outside space in the vicinity of hot and cold weather of winter and summer has a strong thermal bridge and will transfer heat and create moisture on the structure, which requires thermal insulation, as well as for fire protection. High thickness metal fittings will be required to stabilize the mesh. Round nail as this connection will have high execution speed and efficiency.


Reverse nails of concrete surfaces


Concrete surfaces and shear walls are weak points in heat transfer in the building, which requires the implementation of thermal insulation, and due to the difficulty of implementation, this is usually forgotten or not implemented. The innovative method of Behran Energy Engineering Company (reverse nail) not only makes this issue work, but also gives a certain speed and order to the implementation of thermal insulation.


Golmikh connection disk


Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Used to increase the connection surface of the stud with thermal or acoustic insulation and the distribution of force from the installation pressure.


Application:


Better connection of thermal and acoustic insulation to the wall or ceiling surface


Uniformity of the groove and help to implement vertical insulation


Increase the life and prevent rupture of thermal insulation, in the long run and its dimensional durability


Reduce the consumption of studs and related drilling


Suitable for all types of studs with different lengths


Ability to install with screws in ordinary dowels


Metal and plastic cores


Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

Install sound and thermal insulation on the wall

The use of the core, in addition to creating more strength in the installation and tensile force, strengthens the shear force due to the weight of the material on the stud.


Application:


In order to neutralize the shear force due to the weight of the materials, a metal core is used when the cement primer is applied simultaneously on the thermal insulation outside the building.


More stability of the stud in the tensile force due to the vacuum created by the movement of the wind (in the opposite direction) on the surface of the thermal insulation outside the structure