MuteClip® LP Ceiling Isolation Clips

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  • Soundproofing clips for building clip and channel independent frames
  • For creating a low profile acoustic dropped ceiling (as little as 5mm drop)
  • MuteClip system reduces airborne sounds (e.g. music, tv & talking).
  • MuteClip system reduces impact sounds (e.g. heavy footsteps, washing machines).
  • Works exclusively with MuteClip Channel
  • Compliant with both Part E Building Regulations (England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland).
  • Dimensions: 105mm x 50mm x 74mm
  • Weight: 174 grams
  • Noise reduction: 35 dB impact 60dB airborne*. What’s this?


MuteClip® LP Ceiling Isolation Clips

Our MuteClip® isolation clip systems deliver the highest standard of soundproofing we offer. Isolation clips and channels are used to build a ‘de-coupled’ frame for wall and ceiling soundproofing. Plasterboard or other soundproofing materials can be installed onto this ‘de-coupled’ frame.

The MuteClip® is backed with dual-density silicone. This acts as a shock absorber surrounding the fixing and buffering the metal clip. The MuteClip Channel is then ‘clicked’ into the MuteClip® providing a slimline and ‘de-coupled’ frame for plasterboards to be attached to.

All of this works to reduce the sound vibrations able to transfer through your wall or ceiling and into your space.

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MuteClip LP Isolation Clip Calculator

Use our handy calculator to see how many MuteClips and Channels your project will require. Unfold our ‘more info’ tab below to learn more about how to use this calculator.

MuteClip LP & Channel Calculator

Partition Measurements


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Wall Isolation Clip Calculator
Ceiling Isolation Clip Calculator
Wall Stud Center

The wall stud center is the distance between stud uprights. The typical stud upright is 600mm. If you are working directly on a brick wall we recommend using a 600mm spacing here also.

Wall Channel Center

The wall channel center is the distance between the horizontal MuteClip Channels. The typical channel center is 600mm. If you are working directly on a brick wall we recommend using a 600mm spacing here also.

Ceiling Joist Center

The ceiling joist center is the distance between ceiling joists measured from the center. The typical ceiling joist is 400mm. If you are working directly on a concrete ceiling we recommend using a 400mm spacing here also.

Ceiling Channel Center

The ceiling channel center is the distance between the MuteClip Channels. The typical channel center is 400mm. If you are working directly on a concrete ceiling we recommend using a 400mm spacing here also.

  • If you have multiple adjacent surfaces or partitions to soundproof input them individually. Not as a total m2 input as this will affect the results.
  • If you have windows, fireplaces or other fixed structures we recommend booking a call with us before purchasing.
Ceiling soundproofing calculator
Ceiling ‘Width’

For the calculator the width of a ceiling is the measurement that runs perpendicular with your existing ceiling joists.

Ceiling ‘Height’

For the purposes of this calculator height refers to the measurement that runs parallel with your existing ceiling joists.

Dual Denisty sound reduction

Dual Density Silicone

Silicone acts as a buffer between the screw fixing and the Clip and Channel. We incorporate two different density’s into our design that perform better at different frequencies. Giving you the best of both worlds!

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Reduces loss of ceiling height

Get the benefits of MuteClip® in a low-profile package so you can reduce the amount of ceiling height you lose.

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Soundproof Panels UK Delivery

We hold stock of all of our products ready to dispatch same day Monday to Friday. We also offer next-day delivery for orders placed before 1 pm Monday to Friday. Please note MuteClip® Channels must be shipped on a pallet.

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Effective against high and low frequencies

MuteClip® systems perform well against high frequencies and the more challenging low bass frequencies.

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Use as part of a soundproofing system

The MuteClip® range is designed to be used as a part of multiple systems For soundproofing walls and ceilings. Click here to see which system is right for you.

The MuteClip® LP system can lower the ceiling by as little as 5mm, the channel wants to be just proud of the bottom of the joist so the plasterboard layers can be attached to the channels without touching the joist which helps reduces the transfer of vibrations without losing the ceiling height.

The LP in MuteClip® LP stands for ‘low profile and is used where ceiling height is a premium like soundproofing basement flat ceilings.

MuteClip® LP is our low profile (LP) option that allows each clip to be installed on a ceiling to the side of the joist so that the MuteClip® Channel will run on the inside and parallel to the joist, and this makes it a perfect option for sound proofing rooms with limited ceiling height. It is applicable for home sound proofing where impact and airborne noise from noisy neighbours above is intrusive, as well as soundproofing recording studios, cinema rooms and other environments that generate excessive noise.

You cannot install MuteClip® LP on to walls, nor any stud wall framework as the MuteClip® Channel would need to be vertically installed which would lead to a slight drift towards to floor increasing the level of contact and reducing the effectiveness of the sound proofing – it must only be used as a ceiling soundproofing option. If you are looking for our wall soundproofing MuteClip®, click here.

16kg per MuteClip® LP is the maximum load you can apply to each clip, and our team can help to advise you on the weights. We aim to be no more than 75% capacity of the clip as hitting the maximum reduces the suspension of the MuteClip® LP, and with any other noise insulation clip too, reducing its soundproofing effectiveness.

This all depends on which system the MuteClip® LP is incorporated into and what is currently in place, for example, a concrete ceiling will offer reliable support for soundproofing against airborne noise but will present issues with impact noise, whereas a joist ceiling will perform differently and would require Acoustic Mineral Wool between joists.

Other notable areas that can also affect acoustic performance is any adjacent cavities or stud framing lacking sound insulation, the noise will always move to the next weakest area and can travel into these areas by way of flanking transmission.

We offer estimations of acoustic performance in our acoustic results, but it is important to note that every property will behave differently.

MuteClip® LP requires more fixing points than the standard MuteClip® because of the way it is designed and how it suspends its weight on the bracket. The levelling process requires a little more experience in DIY and dry lining, and previous use with drills and a little knowledge of installing materials on to ceilings (so that no servicing or plumbing is fixed in to). When it comes to the Acoustic Plasterboard stage in systems, again, some experience in dry-lining will go a long way to ensure significant gaps and incorrect cutting are minimised as these can affect the result of the sound proofing. Two or more people are required due to the high mass of materials.

Videos and Downloads

Muteclip data booklet

Product Data

Download our product data guide and learn more about the MuteClip.

Muteclip installation guide

Installation Guide

Download our installation guide to learn how to install MuteClip products.

Muteclip performance guide

Performance guide

Download our product data guide and learn more about the MuteClip.

MuteClip Channel Product data

MuteClip Chanel Data

Download our product data guide and learn more about the MuteClip.

Find out more information about MuteClip LP by downloading the guides below.

Installation Guide

Product Data Sheet

Systems Performance Data

MuteClip Channel Data

If you are looking to specify this product for a build, please refer to our downloads tab for technical product or systems information.

Technical Support
Should you require further technical assistance in specifying our products, please contact us and ask for our Technical Rep, Gabriel Whittle.

BIM Objects
iKoustic also supply a selection of BIM objects via our NBS profile, which can be found here. 

Important Information

Our products contain a high level of mass. If there are any structural concerns you will want to consult a Structural Engineer to discuss your requirements.

*Our Typical Performance Results and Noise Reduction Guidance are provided to indicate the results that have been achieved in previous tests but are not guaranteed to a specific site as multiple factors can affect this, you can view their variants on our ‘Featured Systems’ tab.

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Delivery information.

If you place an order online it’s likely we will call to discuss delivery to make sure it runs as smoothly as possible. Deliveries can arrive on a large vehicle. If there are access issues or HGV restrictions, please do let us know in advance as our website options are given in good faith of no restrictions. All of our deliveries must be signed for so you will need to ensure someone is on the premises on the day of delivery.

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