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ResoNix Butyl Rope is a butyl formula meant for a constrained layer damper, but extruded into a rope. It is a slightly different formula than what our ResoNix CLD Squares use due to butyl rope needing to handle many tasks.
ResoNix Rope uses range from use as a decoupler between doors and baffles and to make an airtight seal, or inside of doors between the outer door skin and impact beams to create a constrained layer damping system using the impact beam as the constraining layer and the butyl rope as the viscoelastic layer, to providing an adhesive on small panels and panel clips to prevent vibration/rattles, and many more.
This product should be used in addition to CLD and CCF. It’s a very quick, easy, and inexpensive tool to use that is a jack of all trades, from decoupling to constraining as mentioned above.
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One of our customers, Eric H., recently sent in these photos of his installation, and 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. As you can see in photo 1, Eric applied leverage to lightly pry and provide more space between the overlapping layers of the door panel. While pried open, ResoNix Butyl Rope was inserted and pressed in around the areas that were applicable.
24B Holt Drive,Stony Point, NY 10980
24B Holt DriveStony Point, NY 10980