Sekisui Introduces Flat Absorbers Made of PO Foam for Noise Minimization & Space-saving in Automobiles

SpecialChem - Jun 2, 2011

Flat absorbers made of microperforated Alveocel polyolefin foam Noise emissions are an important issue for automobile manufacturers, on one hand, they are legally required to comply with low limit values, and on the other, acoustic insulation increases the comfort of vehicle occupants, and thus serves as a sales argument. When choosing an absorber system, outstanding insulating and mechanical material properties play a decisive role for the manufacturers, but increasingly often so does available space. Sekisui Alveo, manufacturer of polyolefin foams, has optimized the acoustic properties of its products through modification and special treatment. The new flat absorber made of micro-perforated...

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