ResoNix Butyl Rope – Butyl Sealant Tape

$20.00

ResoNix Butyl Rope is the ultimate multi-tasking sound treatment product. It is perfect for small areas that need decoupling and stability, gasketing, rattle prevention for plastic and metal clips, and more.

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Quantity Discount Type Discount Price Per Item
2-14 Ammended Price 14 $14.00
15-56 Ammended Price 12 $12.00
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ResoNix Butyl Rope

Stop Rattles. For Good.

       ResoNix Butyl Rope is a butyl formula that’s extruded into a rope for use as a vibration damper, decoupler and as a butyl sealant tape. The butyl formula in the rope is slightly different from what ResoNix CLD Squares use since the butyl rope needs to perform several tasks.

       You can use ResoNix Butyl Rope as a decoupler between doors and baffles to make an airtight seal. It’s also useful to create a constrained layer damping system inside doors by placing it between the outer door skin and impact beams, with the impact beam acting as the constraining layer and the

butyl rope as the viscoelastic layer.  Additionally, ResoNix Rope provides an adhesive for small panels and panel clips to prevent vibration/rattles, and more. For best results, use this product with CLD and CCF. ResoNix Rope is a quick, easy, and inexpensive tool that serves as a jack of all trades, from decoupling to constraining, as mentioned above.

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& Product Specifications

Our products have been proven to outperform the competition in independently conducted lab analysis.

  • 15′ long
  • 3/8″ diameter

       One of our customers, Eric H., recently sent in these photos of his installation. It is a perfect example of how to make use of ResoNix Rope. In his 2020 BMW X4M Competition, the door panels are made of several layers that are plastic welded together with tight tolerances between each layer. This is almost always a source of rattles in door panels. Take a look at photo 1. Eric applied leverage to lightly pry and provide more space between the overlapping layers of the door panel. While pried open, ResoNix Rope was inserted and pressed in around the areas that were applicable. You can see this in photo 2.

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 Eric H ResoNix Sound Solutions Butyl Rope Installation 1Eric H ResoNix Sound Solutions Butyl Rope Installation 2

ResoNix Sound Solutions Butyl Rope Technical Spec Sheet