Premium Automotive Sound Treatment Solutions
$220.00 – $350.00
Blackhole Tiles offer a unique solution for noise transfer issues in automotive and marine environments. These 4″ x 3″ x 1.5″ water-resistant tiles consist of multiple layers that work together to address this problem. Specifically, they include a 1″ thick acoustic foam layer, a 1/8″ thick 1lb per sq/ft mass loaded vinyl layer, a vibration-isolating closed-cell foam layer, and a high-loss visco-elastic damping layer with a pressure-sensitive adhesive.
The 1″ thick high-density polyurethane acoustic foam layer absorbs noise to mitigate sound transfer. Meanwhile, the floating mass loaded vinyl layer blocks noise and serves as a wide-band treatment for noise.
Additionally, the closed-cell foam layer acts as a decoupler for the floating mass loaded vinyl layer to prevent energy transfer from the substrate to the mass loaded vinyl. Finally, the visco-elastic layer offers damping properties to the substrate it is applied to.
Overall, Blackhole Tiles are a versatile and effective solution that addresses noise transfer issues in vehicles and boats.
To help absorb the energy generated by the midbass speakers and reduce resonance in the door, apply this product to the inside of the outer skin of the door. This product not only provides absorption and noise blocking from outside noise but also helps to lower resonance as a whole in the door. To help absorb and block outside wind noise in car roofs, apply it to the surface. Inside subwoofer enclosures, it can help dampen the enclosure and act as a final layer of fill.
Although full coverage is not necessary for using the mass loaded vinyl layer as an outside barrier, we recommend at least 50% coverage for best results. This will help to lower resonance and reduce distortion in door-installed midbass applications.
While full coverage is only needed to make a second use of the mass loaded vinyl layer as an outside barrier, we recommend at least 50% coverage for best results to lower resonance and reduce distortion in door-installed midbass applications.
1) High-efficiency acoustical absorption layer from high-density polyurethane foam.
2) “Floating Wall” sound barrier made of limp flexible vinyl copolymer loaded with non-lead inorganic fillers.
3) Vibration isolation layer made with polyurethane flexible closed-cell foam.
4) Hi-loss flexible viscoelastic double thickness damping layer, backed with a super-strong pressure adhesive.
5) Sealed to ensure water resistance.
4” x 3” x 1.5”
24B Holt Drive,Stony Point, NY 10980
24B Holt DriveStony Point, NY 10980