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Sound-Insulating Material 20mm, anthracite

Art. No.: 0.0.440.75
Sound-Insulating Material 20mm, anthracite
Sound-Insulating Material 20mm, anthracite
Sound-Insulating Material 20mm, anthracite
Sound-Insulating Material 20mm, anthracite
Special features:
PUR-ester special foam
Coated with PVC film perforated, easy to wash down,
Sound absorption as per DIN 52215-63
Temperature resistance: -40°C to +100°C
Thermal conductivity: 0.033 W/mK, DIN 52612
Fire characteristics: self-extinguishing to FMVSS 302, DIN 75200
Panel dimensions 480x480 mm
Property   = anthracite
Delivery Unit   = 1 pce.
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Machine enclosure - Article EX-01082This machine enclosure with work bench has been fitted with noise-insulating material on the front. Steel Mesh on the top provides ventilation and ensures maximum occupational safety.

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Sound-Insulating Material can be used to lessen the effect of noise emissions on the environment and is suitable for both complete enclosures and individual partitions.
The Sound-Insulating Material is a compound material made from 20 mm thick special sound-absorbent foam complying with DIN 52215 T63. It has a PVC film on its visible side which is perforated and washable. The Sound-Insulating Material has a self-adhesive backing, making it particularly easy to use.
The surface of the substrate onto which the Sound-Insulating Material is bonded must be clean, dry and free of grease, oil, solvents and separating agents.
The effectiveness of the sound insulation depends on the excitation frequency.
The Sound-Insulating Material is glued to a panel element. The panel element should be fastened in the profile frame in such a way that as little vibration or sound is transmitted as possible.
The sound-insulating effect depends on the excitation frequency.