Darts wall protection / rear wall / sound insulation
This text has been translated automatically and may contain errors. It does not constitute a legally binding offer. Only the German texts apply.Darts cork wall protection for every taste Here you will find different qualities of cork boards for use as wall protection. our recommendation: high density cork board 94 x 58 cm thickness 10mm darts requires precision-curved points of the arrows are therefore a problem for every fan! The fun can also be spoiled by holes in the wall and the wallpaper, as well as complaints from the neighbouring room about the sounds caused by the impacts. We have the perfect antidote to all this: solid and flexible cork. Affordable, customizable, gentle on arrows and wall Protects the wall and the darts arrows It is well known that pinboard needles get stuck in solid cork. The same applies to darts. The arrows penetrate into the wall protection or the base in a butter-soft and stable way when a throw is missed. In contrast to the impact into the hard wall, the play device does not experience a greater load than when hitting the triple 20. Also the rebound and impact on the ground is almost impossible Sound insulation for neighbours Playing darts produces exhausting and irregular noises for neighbours and roommates. This can be a problem, especially in homes and apartments with high hearing levels. Cork has extremely good sound-insulating properties - that is why it is also used as impact sound insulation. The noise of the darts hitting the disc is also considerably reduced if the discs are also mounted on the cork rear wall. Your neighbours & roommates will thank you! Which underlay is right for me? We recommend the following approach: Do you just want to protect your wall and the arrows from damage? Then we recommend a 5mm thick wall protection Do you also want to achieve sound insulation? Then we recommend 5 or 8 mm thickness If noise insulation is a special concern, the house is hellhö rig: 10 mm thick darts back walls made of cork really work wonders as wall protection. How large the area for the wall protection behind the pane should be, you must determine on the basis of your (false) hit rate and scattering range How can I mount the wall protection for my dartboard? Optimally you stick the cork back wall accordingly behind your dart board with a cork contact adhesive (we have in our offer). This has the advantage that no sound bridge (nail or screw) is driven into the wall. An alternative for this is possibly also removable dry building adhesive. Practical and fast you can fix the Dartsrückwand with nails and screws at the wall - completely flexibly off and again put on. The sound insulation effect is minimally reduced by the sound bridge. TIP: Buy your wall protection slightly larger - because the further away the screws / nails are from the point of impact, the less sound is bridged and the more sound the cork can absorb. What kind of creations do you have? For example, you can pinned lists to record your score, use the backboard as a pinboard, color it, and let your creativity run wild.