Resilient clip | Article about resilient clip by The Free Dictionary
In sound-insulating construction, a flexible metal device for attaching gypsum board or metal lath to studs or joists to reduce transmission of noise and vibration.
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Then attach metal sound resilient clips
24 inches on center, horizontally, between studs.
All entrances are 1/2-inch maximum no-step thresholds and the walls between the office and the rest of the house have sound insulation with resilient clips
attached to the drywall.