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Soundmat PBM with black matte film, combines absorption and decoupling layer with a noise barrier.

Ideal for lining engine rooms and generator housings.

DYAD, a polymer specifically developed to provide effective constrained layer damping on thick structural metal plates.

Noise problems? Whatever your noise control need...

Soundcoat can provide absorption, damping, barrier and gasketing materials alone or in combination to form multi- layer composites.

If you are faced with a noise problem that requires high temperature or conductive adhesives, special facings for harsh environments, or Class A fire rated and non-toxic absorption materials, Soundcoat can help.

GP-3, a free-layer damping material designed to attenuate structural noise and fatigue. Highly resistant to water, petroleum, mild acids and bases.

Soundfoam "M" with matte film finish, has hydrolvtic stability 5 times that of other urethane foams, provides oil, gas resistance ana UV stability.

We'll analyze your problem in one of our state-of-the-art acoustics labs and work with you to select a cost effective solution. And we can manufacture and ship precision die-cut parts to you ready for immediate installation.

Bottom line? Your product will work quietly, dependably and at a price that will keep you competitive.

For a free bulletin, call the noise control specialists at

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