Pipe and Duct Lagging
TECHLITE?S Pipe and Duct Lagging is sound-isolating and includes vibration dampening mass-loaded vinyl making these products a unique and welcoming engineered solution.
Benefits and Highlights:
- Integrated ?? thick open-cell, melamine foam decoupler for optimum sound transmission loss
- Easy to install
- MVSS 302 self-extinguishing and UL 94-HF-1 compliant
- Tested in accordance with ASTM E 90-09a?Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Elements
- Highly dense
- Highly sound-isolating tested at STC 24
- Operates up to 180 degrees Fahrenheit
- Comes in large rolls for minimum seams
- Comes with optional reinforced-foil facing
Uses and Applications:
- Noisy pipes and HVAC ductwork
- Direct-applied to noisy equipment such as air handlers
- Wrapped around chiller compressors
- Sound attenuating curtains or enclosures such as for an electrical generator set
- Machinery covers
- Wall and door septum
- OEM applications
Available in Natural, Light Grey or Custom Colors
On its own, noise and vibration is not necessarily a problem. There are three primary players that must be present in order for noise and vibration to become a problem: the source (HVAC, mechanical equipment), the path (piping or structure itself) and receiver (building occupants). Take away any of the three aforementioned elements and there is no noise and vibration ?problem?.
HVAC and plumbing noise may originate from a veritable plethora of sources, depending on the equipment. Noise and vibration can stem from larger equipment such as chillers, cooling towers, air handlers, etc. and smaller components too comprising terminal units, fans, diffusers/grilles, etc. Large or small, mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment produce noise and vibration in buildings over a wide range of frequencies.
Frequencies of most concern for ductwork and piping systems land somewhere in the middle frequencies from 125Hz to around 1,000Hz, nominally. TECHLITE?S 1lb/ft? acoustical pipe and duct lagging is a high-performing, highly dense and flexible mass-loaded vinyl barrier layer that provides superior sound attenuation in the sound frequencies of interest. The industry standard unit of measure for sound-isolating barrier material such as the mass-loaded vinyl is referred to as the Sound Transmission Class (STC). An accredited, standardized test, performed in a certified, independent lab, measured the sound transmission loss of the mass-loaded vinyl over the frequencies of interest, being 125Hz to 4KHz, at an industry-leading STC 24 with decibel reductions as high as 31dB at 4KHz. Armed with a ?? thick layer of TECHLITE decoupling melamine foam intended to decouple the loaded vinyl barrier from the noise-emitting source to achieve optimum noise reductions, the 1/8? thick non-reinforced mass-loaded vinyl barrier and ?? melamine foam decoupler can be employed for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications.
These combined attributes make TECHLITE?S sound-isolating, vibration dampening mass-loaded vinyl a unique and welcoming engineered solution.
The information contained in this data sheet derives from accredited laboratory tests, but without warranty. The physical properties are typical values and intended for reference only. They are not specifications. Recommended uses are based on testing, but it is always recommended the customer evaluate the product suitability under their actual process conditions.
Engineering and Design Services
The TECHLITE? team brings over 30 years of combined engineering, design and consultation experience providing cost-effective and feasible noise control solutions for all types of projects.
Mass Loaded Vinyl, TECHLITE? Flexible Open-Cell Melamine Foam
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|Fire Rating (Light Grey)||
ASTM E 84 Class A ? Flame Spread Index = 10 / Smoke Developed Index = 55
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ASTM E 84 Class A ? Flame Spread Index = 5 / Smoke Developed Index = 20, CAN/ULC S102 ? Flame Spread Index = 0 / Smoke Developed Index = 30