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GenieClip Furring Strip (THFC) 1.82m

Original price £4.05 - Original price £4.05
Original price
£4.05 - £4.05
Current price £4.05

  • Metal channel for use with the GenieClip system

  • Ideal for soundproofing ceilings and walls with only 41mm depth gain

  • Easy to install and world-class performance

The furring strip is designed specifically to be used with the GenieClip to provide a system which is both economical and gives highly effective sound attenuation.

As the same GenieClip is used the same furring strip can be used across systems, including the LB2 and LB3 systems, keeping things nice and simple.

The GenieClip is an innovative Canadian product which, in our opinion, offers significantly better protection against transmission when compared to a resilient bar.

The GenieClip system is a superior alternative to the conventional resilient bar system producing better performance and is far less prone to fitting error. In fact its virtually impossible to fit incorrectly.

It significantly improves low frequency sound control performance and this is often the hardest frequency to cope with. Of all the resilient solutions that fix direct to joist it offers the best performance.

How it works

The GenieClip is a moulded rubber and steel isolation clip used to to control the passage of noise. The integral springing mechanism providing much more dampening than the corrugations of a resilient bar system. In fact performance numbers are superior even with a single layer of plasterboard potentially saving on materials cost and labour.

The GenieClip superior performance stems from the generous moulded rubber body that sits within a galvanised steel frame work offering exceptional isolation. The GenieClip can be successfully used as part of a regulation E system.

It is important to understand that the GenieClip system should be used in conjunction with these bespoke Soundstop furring strip as other metal sections will not fit. The GenieClip is designed to have a comfortable working load of 14Kg per clip.

See the GenieClip in action:

Looking for Ceiling Soundproofing?

If you are looking to buy them as part of a ceiling construction we recommend you go to the GenieClip ceiling systems. This page will contain an easy to use set of materials calculators and full fitting instructions for soundproofing a ceiling.

Looking for Wall Soundproofing?

If you're looking for a wall soundproofing solution then we would recommend the GenieClip wall systems. This page will contain an easy to use set of materials calculators and full fitting instructions for soundproofing a wall.

Please note that other Furring strips will not fit the GenieClip system.

For more information see our GenieClip ceiling and GenieClip wall solutions.

Looking for great alternative acoustic clip and bracket solutions?

Have a look at our Acoustic Type-C Hangers, Isosonic Brackets, and Resilient Bar products.

Here are the main details for this product:


1.82m Channel
41mm Depth Gain - GenieClip + Furring Strip

Thickness: NA

Pack Size:

1 Strip

Weight: NA

Density: NA

Coverage: sqm

Fire rating: NA

Thermal Conductivity:

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Please contact our team if you have any questions on this product.

How many GenieClip RST do you need for your project?

Let us calculate that for you, and show you the additional products you might need to complete your soundproofing system.

Wall Soundproofing Applications:

GenieClip with Stud Wall

GenieClip Direct to Wall

Ceiling Soundproofing Applications:

Standard GenieClip Ceiling

LB3 Slimeline GenieClip Ceiling

Instructions for use

The GenieClip is screwed direct to stud, working in the same manner as that of a resilient bar system, and it houses "furring strips". To these furring strips plasterboard is screwed.

Impossible to fit incorrectly, unlike the resilient bar:

Visit our Fitting Instructions section for more detailed instructions relating to your specific application.

Check out our Soundproofing Guides for more information, advice and tips on all aspects of soundproofing.