GB2520262A - Acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes - Google Patents

Acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes Download PDF

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GB2520262A
GB2520262A GB1319975.7A GB201319975A GB2520262A GB 2520262 A GB2520262 A GB 2520262A GB 201319975 A GB201319975 A GB 201319975A GB 2520262 A GB2520262 A GB 2520262A
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Abstract

Acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes comprises external aluminium cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding 104 with a panel formed from layers of a thermal insulation material 101, a high density foam rubber acoustic insulating underlay 102 (as used in flooring), and a water repellent membrane 103. The panel is fitted into a cavity wall constructed from vertical studs and horizontal battens made from timber 106 and interior plywood cladding 105. The wall is designed to meet the requirements of BS3632:2005 relating to sound insulation in residential park homes, specifically the requirement for the external walls to have an average sound reduction index of not less than 35dB over a frequency range of 125-4000Hz. The layers of thermal and acoustic insulation may be reversed with respect to the interior cladding.

Description

Acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes.
FIELD OF INVENTION
The present invention relates to the activity of insulating walls, in particular acoustic and thermal insulation of freestanding accommodation such as static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes.
DESCRIPTION OF THE PRIOR ART
Such wall insulation commonly comprises fibreglass, or expanding foam infill insulation, sandwiched between a structural timber matrix or battens, plywood facing into a room interior and aluminium, or soft vinyl panels facing to the exterior. Such thickness of insulation in the prior art is generally about 60mm for fibreglass insulation, attached to which are decorative internal wall board panels approximately 3mm thick.
Extemally a soft vinyl is attached. There are certain internal wall coverings available, made from PVC/Vinyl foam, which can help to keep inner walls warmer and thus reduce condensation. Increasing thermal and acoustic values by increasing wall thickness is avoided because of cost implications due to the fact that increased wall thickness increases manufacturing time and therefore product cost.
Whilst little needs to be done with regard to thermal wall insulation a major step forward needs to be achieved in acoustic wall insulation for leisure homes, static caravans and residential park homes to meet the growing expectations and discerning needs of 21st century owners and occupiers for sound reduction without increasing cost.
In the narrow wall cavity space available between external and internal wall skinning of static caravans, leisure homes and residential park homes it is now essential to remain competitive in the market place by combining high acoustic levels of insulation along with high levels of thermal insulation for user comfort by reducing drum sound emission, or overall loudness, which meets the requirements of BS3632:2005 Residential Park Homes Specification, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.
One drawback and shortcoming in the prior art is that only a few leisure home manufacturers currently combine acoustic insulation specifications for walls which comply with BS3632 section 4.9.4, which states that: (he external walls shall have an average sound reduction index of not less than 35dB over a frequency range of 125 Hz to 4000 Hz excluding door, windows and ventilation apertures.' A second drawback and shortcoming in the prior art is that there are recognised commonplace acoustic insulation materials used for the cavity walls of static caravans, leisure homes and residential park homes, which when they are incorporated together with established exterior cladding materials of aluminium or plastic sheeting to comply with BS3632, are found to increase manufacturing cost and manufacturing time, rendering the finished product to an unacceptable level for commercial applications.
A third drawback and shortcoming in the prior art is that recognised acoustic insulation materials to reduce drum sound emission, or overall loudness to comply with BS3632 if incorporated into a static caravan and I or leisure home and I or residential park home, the overall cavity wall thickness would have to increase to an unacceptable level for commercial applications.
A fourth drawback and shortcoming in the prior art concerns the failure of an international firm of consultant acoustic experts to determine an acceptable acoustic material for a static caravan and! or leisure home and / or residential park home which complies with BS3632 and which is also able to meet a strict commercial requirement of incorporation into a wall thickness of no greater than 81.5mm to comply with existing dimensions of certain leisure homes and / or static caravans and / or residential park homes.
It is an object of the present invention to overcome the above drawbacks and shortcomings in the prior art by offering a combined acoustic and thermal insulation assembly method resulting in an overall thickness of no more than 81.5mm with an acoustic insulation level of 35dB which complies with BS3632, at a lower price point to conventional acoustically-rated materials that can be used in leisure home, static caravan and residential park homes thus offering a superior value product at reduced cost.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
According to a first aspect of the present invention there is provided fitted in a wall cavity of a typical leisure home, static caravan, or residential park home in between external aluminium sheet cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding and internal plywood sheet cladding, an insulation material sandwiched between supporting structures which may be vertical studs and horizontal studs made from timber and a high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating underlay attached to a water repellent membrane such that the total width of the fully assembled wall cavity is no wider than 81.5mm and complies with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.
According to a second aspect of the present invention there is provided fitted in a wall cavity of a typical leisure home, static caravan, or residential park home in between external aluminium cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding preferably 8mm profile thick and internal plywood sheet cladding preferably 5.5mm thick, a particular brand of insulation called Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac®, preferably 70mm thick fitted between supporting structures which may be vertical studs and horizontal studs made from timber! and Interiloor® high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating flooring underlay aftached to a water repellent hydrafoil membrane for laminate and solid timber floors called Boardwalk such that the total width of the fully assembled wall cavity is no wider than 81.5mm and complies with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.
Compliance with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes is achieved by controlled experiment in the Acoustics department of the University of Salford through the application of Annex D Sound Reduction index sections D.1 to 0.2.5 of BS3632:2005 resulting in a minimum of 35dB or greater at a distance of 3m from the exterior wall panel over a frequency range of 125 Hz to 4000 Hz excluding door, windows and ventilation apertures by incorporating into a wall cavity between 81.5mm wide and 105mm wide various combination options of sandwiching layers comprising 8mm aluminium profile cladding, rigid and soft vinyl cladding and timber cladding, Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac® insulation, acoustic barrier type WB 3KG, a high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating flooring underlay attached to a water repellent flooring membrane by Interiloor® called Boardwalk Cushion with Hydrafoil, acoustic barrier 4mm thick WB7.5KG, acoustic barrier type WG 5KG! 15mm block board, 5.5mm plyboard and 12mm plasterboard.
Despite all of the above combination options complying with BS3632:2005 not all the options meet the constraints of maintaining desired maximum cavity wall extremities at or below 81.5mm and manufacturing cost and production time consistent with existing manufacturing practices by using conventional materials known to the industry of aluminium or plastic sheeting for exterior cladding.
In order that the nature of the present invention may be clearly understood an embodiment will now be described, by way of example only, with reference to the accompanying drawings in which: Figure 1 depicts an exploded view of a section panel of cavity wall assembly according to aspects of the present invention.
Figure 2 depicts a cross sectional view of a cavity wall assembly according to aspects of the present invention.
Figure 3 depicts a perspective view of a fully assembled wall panel prior to external cladding according to aspects of the present invention.
Figure 4 depicts a final assembly showing typical external cladding according to aspects of the present invention.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION
In figure 1 an exploded panel view of an acoustic and thermal insulation combination of materials which complies with BS3632:2005 and meets particular business needs of retaining a total cavity wall thickness of no greater than 81.5mm, whilst maintaining manufacture at a comparable price to less acoustically-rated materials in current use and maintaining comparable, or improved production times to existing product lines, is provided by Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac® insulation 101, sandwiched between Boardwalk flooring Cushion 102 with Hydrafoil 103, section of external cavity wall skin of either 8mm aluminium profile or 13mm soft vinyl profile 104 and section of internal cavity wall skin of 5.5mm plyboard 105. Internal stud work supporting framework comprises 70mm thick vertical studs and horizontal studs made from timber 106.
In figure 2 a cross sectional view depicts a preferred sandwich assembly arrangement of external wall skin 104, lattice work supporting structure 106 showing insulation 101 and high density thermal and acoustic insulating underlay for laminate and solid timber floors 102, attached to a water repellent hydrafoil membrane 103, which preferably may face towards cavity wall skin 105, positioned between supporting structure 106 and an interior of a leisure home and I or static caravan and I or residential park home.
In figure 3 a plurality of insulation pockets 101 are shown filling timber stud work 106 depicting the final stage of assembly prior to fitting extemal cladding over a predetermined area.
Figure 4 depicts an external perspective view of a preferred final assembly showing aluminium or vinyl cladding 104 fitted by connection means to internal timber stud work adjacent to a typical window frame used in the build of a static caravan, leisure home or residential park home.
It will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that any number of combinations of the aforementioned features and/or those shown in the appended drawings provide clear advantages over the prior art and are therefore within the scope of the invention described herein. The foregoing description details certain preferred embodiments of the present invention and describes the best mode contemplated. Therefore, the description provided herein is to be considered exemplary, rather than limiting, and the true scope of the invention is that defined by the following claims and the full range of equivalency to which each element thereof is entitled.

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  1. Claims 1 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes comprises external aluminium cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding preferably 8mm thick profile and internal plywood sheet cladding preferably 5.5mm thick, a particular brand of insulation called Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac®, preferably 70mm thick fitted between supporting structures which may be vertical studs and horizontal studs made from timber, and lnterfloor® Boardwalk Cushion high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating flooring underlay attached to a water repellent hydrafoil membrane for laminate and solid timber floors such that the total width of the fully assembled wall cavity is no wider than 81.5mm resulting in a minimum of 35dB or greater at a distance of 3m from the exterior wall panel and complying with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.
  2. 2 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to claim 1 which comprises external aluminium cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding and internal plywood sheet cladding with an insulation material sandwiched between them and supporting structures formed of vertical studs and horizontal studs made from timber and a high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating underlay for laminate and solid timber floors, such that the fully assembled wall cavity complies with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.
  3. 3 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to claim 1 which may be in sections to fit a plurality of cavities separated by a stud work of timber prescribed over a predetermined area.
  4. 4 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to claim 1 which reverses the cavity wall positioning of the lnterfloor® high density resilient sponge rubber thermal acoustic insulating Boardwalk cushion flooring underlay with the Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac® insulation.An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to all previous claims which is manufactured and assembled at a lower price point to conventional acoustically-rated materials that can be used in leisure home, static caravan and residential park homes. aAMENDMENTS TO CLAIMS HAVE BEEN FILED AS FOLLOWSClaims 1 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes comprises external aluminium cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding preferably 8mm thick profile and internal plywood sheet cladding preferably
  5. 5.5mm thick, a particular brand of insulation called Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac®, preferably 70mm thick fitted between supporting structures which may be vertical studs and horizontal studs made from timber, and lnterfloor® Boardwalk Cushion high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating flooring underlay attached to a water repellent hydrafoil membrane for laminate and solid timber floors such that the total width of the fully assembled wall cavity is no wider than 81.5mm resulting in a minimum of 35dB or greater at a distance of 3m from the exterior wall panel and complying with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.2 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential 0 park homes and leisure homes according to claim 1 which comprises external aluminium cladding or soft vinyl sheet cladding and internal plywood sheet cladding with an insulation material sandwiched between them and supporting structures formed of vertical studs and ("I horizontal studs made from timber and a high density resilient sponge rubber thermal and acoustic insulating underlay for laminate and solid timber floors, such that the fully assembled wall cavity complies with BS3632:2005 Specification for Residential Park Homes, Design section 4.9.4, Sound Insulation.3 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to claim 1 which may be in sections to fit a plurality of cavities separated by a stud work of timber prescribed over a predetermined area.4 An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to claim 1 which reverses the cavity wall positioning of the lnterfloor® high density resilient sponge rubber thermal acoustic insulating Boardwalk cushion flooring underlay with the Rocktherm® Rockwool Flexi Rockvac® insulation.An acoustic and thermal insulation method for walls of static caravans, residential park homes and leisure homes according to all previous claims which is manufactured and assembled at a lower price point to conventional acoustically-rated materials that can be used in leisure home, static caravan and residential park homes. r (4
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