Ship partition wall sandwich panel damplate®
soundproofingfor interior floorsaluminum

ship partition wall sandwich panel
ship partition wall sandwich panel
ship partition wall sandwich panel
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for ship partition walls, soundproofing, for interior floors


FEATURED PROPERTIES Excellent damping ratio. Damping Loss Factor is greater than 0,426. For skin damping lightweight solution Superior acoustic insulation performance above 20dB Two versions of product is available up on application purposes for steel and aluminum surfaces. Electrostatic dry powder coating surface (standart RAL9010. Other colour upon request) Protective foil for coating surface Fire resistant viscoelastic layer EN AW 5754 (H22) aluminum and galvanized steel sheets Easy to install and quicker application process. Extended operating temperature range (-20→200 ºC) May be formed by shaping machine DESCRIPTION damplate® is a sandwich sheet, consists of two galvanized steel or aluminium (EN AW 5754 /H22) plates with a visco elastic layer. Two plates are not touching each other due to visco elastic layer in between the two plates. damplate® is right choice for steel or aluminum structures and it's components are subject to vibrations which transmitted as structure-borne sound waves. This composite material displays high structure-borne and airborne sound damping properties and particulary designed for reducing acoustic loads where noise avoidance or damping is either uneconomical or impossible for design reasons. The viscoelastic core layer absorbs vibrations by allowing slight relative movement between the cover sheets and converting the vibration energy into heat. Compared with conventional steel or aluminum, damplate® can reduce structure-borne sound levels by up to 20dB.


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