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Old 12-01-2019, 06:13 PM   #1
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Another help question. What is the best option for insulating foam or Thinsulate? Most R-value and most noise reduction?
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Old 12-01-2019, 06:42 PM   #2
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I would suggest Thinsulate over foam.
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Ok thank you very much>
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Your not gonna get much sound deadening from thinsulate, multiple layers of thermozite will give you both or any type of Dynomate or knock off like be quite or kill mate & thinsulate can achieve what your looking for...
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MSD provides excellent recommendations. For sound deadening, Dynamat works well (believe this may be what MSD means with Dynomate?).
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MSD provides excellent recommendations. For sound deadening, Dynamat works well (believe this may be what MSD means with Dynomate?).
Yup that is correct dynomate not dynamat I’d actually never pay what they want for there product since there are great alternatives @ a lot less $$$.
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Hello MSD.
GreaT Alternatives?
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Yes, I covered the entire van interior walls with Noico and used thinsulate with the black scrim backing for insulation. Expensive, but probably the one if the best products out there for our applications-doesn’t hold moisture, isn’t toxic, won’t break down or get compacted and won’t warp the wall skin like spray in foam.

3M Thinsulate Acoustic/Thermal Insulation SM600L (50' x 60") https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074XLDV58..._nTM6Db39TKQZ8

Super nice to work with, easy to cut and install with a little spray adhesive. I will point out, Thinsulate does provide a fair bit of acoustic insulation as well as thermal. It will not address any sheet metal resonance or the hollow door sounds though, that’s what the Noico (or dynamat) is for, but it does provide a “blanketing” effect.
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Thank you very much for your time and information. Helped me coming up with the solution.
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