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Danosa M.A.D.4 High Density Acoustic Membrane
Danosa M.A.D.4 Auto-Adhesive High Density Acoustic Membrane
Danosa Impactodan 5 Acoustic Foam Insulation Sheet
Danosa Acustidan 16/2 Multi-layer Sound Insulation Membrane₹10,600.00 incl GST
Danosa M.A.D.2 High Density Acoustic Membrane
Danosa Danofon Multi-layer Sound Insulation Membrane
Vicoustic IsoBlanket Acoustic Sound Isolation Membrane₹19,800.00 incl GST
Mass loaded vinyl, or MLV, also known as limp mass, is a heavy, limp vinyl sheeting material that usually has been impregnated with metal particles to increase its mass. Mass loaded vinyl is used for adding mass to walls and ceilings as part of a soundproofing or sound control scheme.
Due to its flexible nature, this high-density soundproofing material is also non-resonant, dampening vibration caused by sound energy to ensure noise reduction.
Often mass loaded vinyl is sandwiched between sheets of other material, such as between two layers of drywall, to create wall and ceiling covering. In some cases, mass loaded vinyl is denser (heavier per square foot) than sheet lead. A great example of mass loaded vinyl is Nankarrow Isobrane & Texsa Tecsound. Other brands we stock are Danosa, Sound Bloc, and Armasound.
Mass Loaded Vinyl (MLV) is both tough and effective. A greener, more viable alternative to lead soundproofing, MLV barriers are composed of salts, sands and tiny metal particles that give it sound reducing properties similar to old lead sheeting, but without the stigma associated with Lead based materials.
The goal of MLV soundproofing is to add dense mass to an enclosed area so that sound waves are blocked from passing through ceilings and walls. In fact, you’ll find MLV soundproofing material in music studios serious about quality sound control.
What’s the difference between Mass Loaded Vinyl and Rockwool/Glasswool?
Why is Mass Loaded Vinyl so popular as a technical sound barrier?
Where to use Mass Loaded Vinyl?
- Soundproofing walls
- Soundproofing ceilings
- Soundproofing floors
- Soundproofing pipes
- Soundproofing HVAC ducts
- Soundproofing office partition walls
- Soundproofing computer server rooms
- Soundproofing mechanical rooms