In Reply to: RE: acousta-stuf - how much. posted by norm longtin on July 2, 2012 at 21:22:10:
That's basically what I did. However, I did find that my Advents took a lot more than recommended - about 2.5 lbs (40 oz.) for 1.6 cubic feet.
I went away from fiber glass because of the itching from handling the stuff. Fiberglass is the better material from an acoustical point of view.
I haven't tried it; but they are now selling an itch free fiberglass insulation. A roll of non-backed fiberglass is a lot cheaper than Acousti-Stuf.
In a tall tower, you definitely want the highest density of filler at the top and bottom; but you also need some in the middle. You might also consider stuffing fiberglass in the top and bottom and use Acousti-stuf in the middle where you will be working.
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Topic - acousta-stuf - how much. - n longtin 18:41:04 07/01/12 (8)
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