The Stuffson range is made of anti-vibration polymer shock absorbers which increase the density of acoustic walls (enclosures, thin walls, chassis Hifi devices, computers).
The primary advantage of the polymer is the maneuverability of the product which does not break unlike the bitumen-based materials. Cutting is also easier.
The Stuffson is in sheets with a thickness of between 1.75 and 5 mm depending on the desired density (3.5, 5, 7 and 10 kg / m2). Stuffson can be cut to the desired size and has an adhesive underlay or covered with a polypropylene protective film that is found on the surface of the product.
- Stuffson allows the addition of mass increasing the insulation of a wall to sound waves (theoretical mass law).
- The theoretical gain is 6 db of acoustic insulation by doubling the mass of the support
- The damping of the vibrations via dissipation of the mechanical energy in the form of heat by internal friction between the molecules constituting the material.
- The intrinsic properties of the material: the elastic characteristics of the product increase the sound attenuation index at the critical frequency of the material to which it is applied.
- Due to its inertia and its industrial design, Stuffson is ideal for the internal treatment of loudspeaker walls, car doors, facades for home cinema.
The applications are wide:
- Reduces the impact of noise on the ground, on any metal surface, sheets, floors, thin walls.
- Reinforcement of all thin and vibrating walls by mass supply: bathtubs, sinks, metal drawers, Hifi speakers, computers.
- Tensile strength: 30N / cm2.
- Elongation resistance: 300%.
- Resistance to compression: 4.84Kg / cm2.
- Cold folding: -20 ° C.
- Thickness: 2.5mm.
- Weight per unit area: 5KG / m2.
- Format of a sheet: 60 * 50 cm.
- Weight per sheet 5kg per m2.
DB on wall with and without Stuffson.