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what type of foam to use to dampen noise?

what type of foam to use to dampen noise?

what type of foam to use to dampen noise?

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I need a foam that will dampen noise well and can handle temperatures up to 160 degrees farenheit. Good resilience would be nice too, but not essential. Any suggestions?

RE: what type of foam to use to dampen noise?

Call E-A-R at 317-692-1111 or visit www.earsc.com. They have foams and composites for just about everything. By the way, read "Mahcine Design". Best engineering magazine and that is where I go to find stuff like this.

RE: what type of foam to use to dampen noise?

Other major players:

Soundcoat www.soundcoat.com

Illbruck www.illbruck.com

...and by the way, the industry prefers "damp" to "dampen". (Did you every hear of a system that was "critically dampened"?)

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