Black Foam Noise Reducing Pad Adhesive Backing Non Odor 7 mm REACH
Reduces Road Noise & Dramatically Improves Thermal Insulation
To Create A
Super Quiet & Easy To Cool Interior Compartment
- Easy To Install-Just Trim, & Apply
- Rubber foam with 2mm Butyl Thickness
- 0.1mm Anodized Pure Aluminum Foil ,
- No Adhesive Required
- Easy To Cut Will Not Dull Scissors Or Knife
- Easy To Form Shape & Apply To Inside Of Floor
- craft paper release liner
The sound damping mat is a lightweight, high-grade pure aluminum
constrained-layer vibrational damper. conforms with effort to sheet
metal and other hard substrates. Material performance in optimized
for temperature ranges between 14°F and 140°F (-10°C to +60°C).
Material can withstand temperature extremes between -65°F and
+350°F (-54°C to +170°C) and is highly resistant to aging.
|Specification||500mm*800mm can be customized|
|Feature||fire-proof, water-proof, ECO-friendly|
|Function||Soundproof/ heat insulating|
|Package||9pcs per retail box|
|Main Material||butyl rubber & rubber foam& aluminum foil|
Use scissors, knife or die to cut the mat to the desired size and
shape before removing the release liner. Next, remove dust, grease,
moisture, and other foreign matter from the application surface.
Peel off the release liner. The simplest application technique is
to bend the mat slightly and attach it along its shortest edge.
Press the mat firmly into place, using a roller for larger pieces.
The roller reduces the risk of leaving air pockets, which reduce
sound damping capacity. The temperature of the mat and application
surface should not be below room temperature during fitting.
Heating the material is not necessary.
1. Cut the material into desired shape with a graver or a scissor.
Remove the realease liner from the back and stick it on to the
sruface of the object. Like partitions, ducts, door, bins, panels.
and so forth in railroad cars,buses, automobiles, and ships.
2. It is also used for building constuction, electronic industry,
manchinery, steel furniture, home appliances, vehicle industry,
ducts, relay cabinets, sink units, computer equipment, and many
other objects that suffer from vibration-produced noise.