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RSIC-DC04 clips share a similar design concept to the RSIC-1 clip with the large black rubber bumper for increased decoupling, but have a 4" inch arm attached. These clips can be used just about anywhere to decouple two framing members from each other and has a load capacity of 36 pounds per clip.
We reserve the right to ship the equivalent of the RSIC-DC04 depending on stock and availability.
Check the installation tab for more ideas on how to use the RSIC-DC04 clip.
Estimating how many RSIC-DC04 clips you need depends on what you are trying to accomplish with the DC04 clips. For a standard wall you will need three RSIC-DC04 clips per stud. Two clips will attach the stud to the bottom plate while placed on each side of the stud and one clip will attach the stud to the top plate.
For a heavier wall, 2" x 6" wall or a wall that will have multiple layers of drywall attached to it, you should use four RSIC-DC04 clips per stud. Two clips will attach the stud to the bottom plate while placed on each side of the stud and two clips will attach the stud to the top plate while placed on each side of the stud. Other installations for DC04 clips include decoupling electrical outlets, vent fans, recessed lighting, plumbing pipes, attaching a grid ceiling, and ceiling fans.
The RSIC-DC04 clips can support a significant amount of weight per clip which allows you to install this clip with minimal connection points. The neoprene element is thick and resilient which helps provide increased performance in isolating low frequencies.
Wood: #10 x 2 1/2 inch coarse thread screw
Steel: #10 x 1 5/8 inch hex head
Concrete: Minimum 120 lbs Ultimate, Sheer, and Pullout, or fastener with equal load capabilities.
- 3/16" x 2" Ramset Redi-Drive Anchor
- 3/16" x 2" Drive Spike
- 3/16" x 2-1/2" Tapcon
Quick Links To Construction Diagrams Using RSIC-DC04 Clips