Dynamat Xtreme is a black butyl based core with 4 mil aluminum constrain layer, and craft paper release liner.
30% Lighter / 30% Thinner
Dynamat SuperLite is a black butyl based core with 2 mil aluminum constrain layer, and craft paper release liner.
Dynamat is a patented, lightweight elastomeric butyl and aluminum constrained-layer vibration damper. Dynamat conforms and fuses easily to sheet metal and other hard substrates. Material performance is optimized for temperature ranges between 14°F and 140°F (- 10°C to +60°C). Material can withstand temperature extremes between -65°F and +300°F (-54°C to +149°C) and is highly resistant to aging.
Discover the Dynamat Difference:
You want to consider several things when you compare Dynamat to other materials. Dynamat exceeds other materials because of proprietary VECTOR™ Chemistry and damps better at an extended higher temperature range. Dynamat does not absorb moisture and is not affected by oil. Its elastometric “space age” synthetic rubber will stay intact under foot and sticks to overhead, vertical and oily surfaces. It is much easier to do a better job with Dynamat’s larger sheets of 3, 4 and 8 square feet while imitators can have less than 2 square feet. Dynamat is and has been made in the USA for over 20 years. We guarantee it!
Dynamat can be die cut to shape and placed onto the body surface directly on painted panels or after the sheet metal is cleaned before painting (typically at the sealer application operation). Dynamat is used to treat metal panels, partitions, ducts, doors, bins, panels, and so forth in automobiles, railroad cars, buses, and ships. It is also used for ventilation ducts, relay cabinets, steel furniture, home appliances, sink units, computer equipment, machine tools and many other objects that suffer from vibration-produced noise.
Use scissors, knife or die to cut Dynamat to the desired size and shape before removing the release liner. Next, remove dust, grease, moisture, and other foreign matter from the application surface. Peel off the release liner. The simplest application technique is to bend the mat slightly and attach it along its shortest edge. Press the mat firmly into place, using a Dynamat Roller for larger pieces. The roller reduces the risk of leaving air pockets, which reduce Dynamat’s sound damping capacity. Finish by covering all seams and wiring with DynaTape to ensure a professional look and finish. The temperature of the mat and application surface should not be below room temperature during fitting. Heating the material is not necessary.