Products/Services for Elastomeric Acoustic Insulation

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    Insulation Jacketing - (67 companies)
    Insulation jacketing consists of a metal sheet or plastic film that is wrapped around tubing or pipe insulation to protect the insulation from moisture, wear and mechanical damage. Adhesive, clips, ties or other fasteners are used to hold... Learn More
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    Foam Insulation - (67 companies)
    Foam insulation or thermal insulating foams are low density elastomers or polymers, which provide a thermal barrier between components and a heat or cold source. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles - (511 companies)
    ...that are processed into a knitted structure with either two or three dimensions. Braided structures - Used for tubular composite structures, thermal insulation, and in other applications. Blankets or batts - Made of thick layers of fabric sheets. Textiles... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Vapor Barriers and Retarders - (119 companies)
    ...they are available as membranes or coatings. Membranes are relatively thin, but differ in terms of thickness and materials of construction. Thicker sheet materials consist of rigid foam insulation, reinforced plastic, aluminum or stainless steel... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Foams and Foam Materials - (579 companies)
    Foams and foam materials are industrial products made from low density elastomers, plastics, and other materials with various structures and porosities. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Solid Elastomeric Rings - (110 companies)
    Solid elastomeric rings are compression seals of differing cross sections. Some examples are X or multiple rings, rectangular rings, tetraseals, trapezoid rings, T-section rings, delta rings, D-rings, H-rings, heart rings, and diamond rings. Solid... Learn More
  • Acoustic Horns - (21 companies)
    Acoustic horns are relatively low-frequency horns that produce vibration at frequencies that will loosen and clean soot or other undesirable particulate buildup on chimneys, catalyst beds, or other process vessels. Acoustic Horns Information... Learn More
  • Soundproofing and Acoustic Materials - (425 companies)
    Soundproofing and Acoustic Materials Information. Sound proofing and acoustic materials are used to attenuate, deaden, or control sound and noise levels from machinery and other sources for environmental amelioration and regulatory compliance. Sound... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (495 companies)
    ISO standards. Hydrophilic/absorbent- The surfaces of hydrophilic materials absorb water. They are often used when high absorbency (many times the basis weight of the material) is important. Sound proofing/insulation- Sound proofing or acoustic... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Coated Fabrics - (209 companies)
    ...of randomly-oriented fibers, felt, needlepunched cloth, spun-bound, or melt-blown structures. Coated fabrics differ in terms of material type. Choices include synthetic and polymer, acetate and triacetate, acrylic and modacrylic, aramid, elastomeric, fluoropolymer... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Technical resounding protection
    Elastomers are preferably used in form of prismatic individual elements and of unkonfektionierten plates or strips for the body sonic insulation (metal-elements).
  • Medical technology Life Science Engineering
    The listener housing (8) serves to acoustic and mechanical (against vibration and shock) insulation of the listener (9) which is positioned with elastomeric -storages.
  • Medical technology
    The listener housing (8) serves to acoustic and mechanical (against vibration and shock) insulation of the listener (9) which is positioned with elastomeric -storages.