Acoustic Panel Impaling Clips
Brand : MetroFlex
- Unit Of Measure:
- Per Box (24 Clips)
Impaling clips are used to easily attach Acoustic Panels (703 Board) to walls. Each clip has 8 spikes that stick into the fiberglass panel backing and hold the panel in place. The dimensions of the panel mounting clips are 2-1/8" x 1-1/2". The impaling clips are installed on the wall by either 1 drywall screw (not included) or attached with adhesive (Multi-Seal 180). 4-6 impaling clips are recommended per standard 2' x 4' panel making sure one impaling clip is placed in each corner. For panel applications requiring an air gap, wood spacer blocks can be installed between the acoustic panel mounting hardware and the drywall to keep the panel spaced off of the wall.
Our Impaling Clips come in packs of 24 pieces or Bulk packs of 240 pieces.
1. Determine the location of your panel and have one person hold it up in place while the other person makes a light mark on the wall to show all 4 corners.
2. Attach 4 Impaling Clips approx 3" off each corner edge and an optional 2 more impaling clips 3" in from the edge of the center of the panel. Acoustic panel mounting hardware should be screwed into the studs, so moving the clips a little to hit a stud is recommended. If screwing into a stud is not possible, use a drywall anchor type screw to ensure a proper hold.
3. For permanent placement, use adhesive on the wall to stick the back of the panel to the wall (adhesive such as Multi-Seal 180 is recommended).
4. While using a level on the top of the panel, line up the acoustic panel and when ready, press the panel into the Impaling Clips.
***We also sell Acoustical Insulation Impaling Clips for installing acoustic panels in corners
Nice product for hanging vertically. Fast shipping, nice packaging.
This will work well with Owens Corning 703 since its quite dense. I used it with Rockwool Safe and Sound panels and it a bit hard to hold in place because its softer. Though it will work, at your own risk that is.
If you are thinking to use this with Rock wool, you cannot 're-impale' the insulator.
These worked well, but prongs should have been a touch longer for the 2” think panels.
Nice basic impaler mount with enough impalers to hold the 8#/ft3 boards firmly in place. You can remove the boards without damage if you carefully wiggle them off the impalers.
I bought impaling clips in order to mount fiberglass sound panels, and they work like a charm -- in fact I'm going to buy more. They're sharp and very strong, yet bendable with pliers if you need to angle them at all. Highly recommended!