Acoustic Plasterboard 15mm x 1200mm x 1200mm

£11.70 (Including VAT)
£9.75 (Excluding VAT) Price promise

1+: £9.75

Acoustic Plasterboard is a dense plasterboard to help improve airborne attenuation, best coupled with our GenieClip® System

Acoustic Plasterboard 15mm (Tapered Edge) is used in conjunction with either our GenieClip® system or with our Tecsound range on walls or ceilings, to produce effective soundproofing. These plasterboards are cut from the original sizes for difficult to manage areas and easy access to properties. This type of plasterboard has a high mass which helps reduce airborne noise.

These are half-size and cut in our warehouse, some additional levelling may be required to butt up - perfect for less than 20 full size Acoustic Plasterboard quantities or for difficult areas to navigate.


If you are uncertain of what to look for when soundproofing a wall or ceiling, you can read our handy guides - A Guide to Soundproofing a Wall or A Guide to Soundproofing a Ceiling by clicking on the icons below.


Guides to Soundproofing Walls and Ceilings



Acoustic Plasterboard Description

  •  15mm x 1200mm x 1200mm (1.44m2)
  • 18kg
  • Used with either our GenieClip® System or Tecsound range
  • Pale blue face paper, brown reverse paper for direct skim
  • Tapered edge.

Please note that our products have a great deal of mass, and will add weight to your structure. You may need to check with a structural engineer to ensure compatibility.

EAN number5060484200575
Weight18 kg
Length1200 mm
Width1200 mm
Height15 mm

The provision of half-size acoustic plasterboard is for properties that present difficulties in moving large materials through as they are easier to maneuver than full size acoustic plasterboard but will present a slight increase in breaks of the acoustic system. It is also provided when low quantities of full size acoustic plasterboard are not available for delivery as our minimum order quantity is 20.

Yes it can be, it’s blue paper lining will help the skim layer adhere to it with no issue, scrim tape should be used on all joins so that the acoustic sealant does not hinder the plaster’s grab.

Rooms that require sound proofing with a real premium for space that would only allow for the thickness of a single layer of acoustic plasterboard will provide a slight increase over standard plasterboard, but in most cases we would recommend combining with other sound insulation materials such as our MuteClip™ System, or our stock materials that incorporate acoustic plasterboard like our MuteBoard™ 2, MuteBoard™ 3 and MuteBoard™ 4.

We do not recommend the use of acoustic plaster board for floor soundproofing, this is because there is potential for the board to crack as well as not lending to accommodating any deviation of joist levels.

The blue paper lining always wants to be facing in to the room, this is so that it can be skimmed when completed - the brown facing on the return cannot be decorated on to.