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Suppressor Acoustical & Heat Control Mats
Suppressor Acoustical & Heat Control Mats Super Sonic Acoustical Mats
The Suppressor is ideal when both sound and radiant heat control is needed. In addition to the polyethylene film, the foil surface provides direct protection from radiant heat. The Suppressor is also 70 mil in thickness, contains a high temperature adhesive backing, and is easy to trim & fit.
This high quality mat offers superior sound dampening control to reduce road noise, rattles, engine noise, and any other noises that are bothersome. The high density polyethylene film with an aluminum foil composite is abrasion and tear resistant. The gray film provides structural integrity & strength, allowing the material to bend, move, & return to shape even under tension forces. The Super Sonic Acoustical Mats are 1/8" in thickness, contain a high temperature adhesive backing, and is easy to trim & fit. The rubberized compound is applied with the high temperature adhesive to absorb all those out of control noises. Made in the U.S.A.!
Super Sonic Acoustical Mats
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