Soundproof - Comprehensive car sound page

Soundproof - Comprehensive car sound page
19 February, 2021

Choose the damping material (damping pads) from that you plan to use to dampen your car such as carpets, foam, aerosols or insulation; These products should be used in combination to achieve maximum damping. The thesis's damping materials absorb sound waves, eliminate resonances and reduce vibrations.

First, let's familiarize ourselves with the concepts of materials and tools for professional automotive soundproofing processes.

Soundproof panels: These are dampening materials that are simply installed and are used to equip the interior of your vehicle to help reduce exterior sounds. They are typically made of stryene-butyadine rubber or plastic sheets with a bonded backing and can reduce resonance frequencies or convert acoustic vibrations into heat depending on the damping material used in a particular carpet. your.

Aerosols: These come in the form of professional cans that require a compressor and paint gun to apply, or an easy-to-use spray. Aerosols are used in cases where the carpet is too bulky to fit or the weight of the carpet is too heavy such as door panels or stone slabs.

Foam comes in sheet or spray form. The foam sheets are used like dampers by placing them on the surface to absorb vibrations. Instead of converting vibrations into heat like a carpet, the sponge sheets scatter the acoustic wave energy throughout the sheet.

Insulation Sheet: This material is a thick sheet of fiber that absorbs sound and is placed underneath the carpet. The most typical type of insulation is jute or microfiber. While insulation is less effective for reducing sound, it adds insulation to the automotive interior.

Construction steps for soundproofing:

Step 1: Apply extra weight to the panels using a damping mat. This will help prevent the force from vibrating from causing unwanted noise.

Step 2: Stick the middle soundproof panels on the inside sides of the door to help reduce vibrations in the space between the door.

Step 3: Paste the soundproof panels inside the engine compartment to reduce rattling noise. Use an aluminum foil liner to increase the heat resistance of the carpet, allowing them to stay close to the engine's heat. Stick the edge with specialized glue.

Step 4: Measure doorways and floor coverings, cut soundproof layers / or pads according to the measurements of the vehicle floor area.

Step 5: Paint or spray the contact adhesive onto the vehicle body to fix the soundproof and insulation panels.

Step 6: Paste the soundproof seal or spray foam spray into each complex detail. Let the glue and spray cure or dry according to the instructions on each material.

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