Soundcoat Offers Brochure On Vibration-Dissipating Noise Reduction Material

The acoustical laboratory of Soundcoat Company, Inc., Deer Park, N.Y., has improved upon their proprietary vibration control material DYAD where it can now provide high damping from -15 F for DYAD 601 to 250 F for DYAD 609.

DYAD is used for constrained layer damping where a layer of viscoelastic material is sandwiched between the vibrating structure and a thinner metal constraining layer. It is the viscoelastic material compound which dissipates the mechanical energy of vibration into the form of heat.

Due to DYAD's extended temperature range it can now be used to reduce noise and vibration significantly in equipment where low and high temperature requirements must be met, such as skies to engines.

The Soundcoat Company, with laboratories and manufacturing facilities in New York and California, is involved in noise control research and development and manufacturing damping, barrier, absorption, gasketing and glass fiber materials.

The company has provided noise control solutions and materials for all types of equipment in every industry from ships to aerospace to office machinery.

For additional information and Soundcoat Bulletin No. 701, C i r c l e 5 9 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 9,  Mar 1989 MG-516 Marine Transmission Series

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