Decidamp CLD PRO

constrained layer vibration damping pad

Decidamp® CLD PRO is a constrained layer, visco-elastic damping material, designed to reduce structural vibration and sound transmission within light gauge materials. Decidamp® CLD PRO was developed to meet market noise reduction requirements across automotive, industrial and OEM markets.

To achieve this high performance, the Pyrotek® engineering team developed a product that thermally bonds two layers; a rigid outer metal layer, and a visco-elastic adhesive membrane, hence the name CLD (Constrained Layer Damping).

Lightweight panel constructions such as sheet metal (steel, alloy, tin etc.) and rigid plastics (ABS and FRP etc.) easily transmit noise when vibrational energy is introduced to the structure. 

Decidamp CLD PRO

Decidamp CLD PRO

Technical data

Decidamp® CLD PRO is a constrained layer, visco-elastic damping material, designed to reduce structural vibration and sound transmission within light gauge materials.

Please refer to the Technical Data Sheet (TDS) for more information.

Document downloads

Document title Document type Document language
DECIDAMP-CLD-PRO-TDS-174IP Technical Data Sheet English

Applications

  • Maximum performance when applied to lightweight panels and steel substrates of up to 2 mm, aluminium substrates up to 4mm and FRP (solid) up to 6 mm thick
  • Automotive floors, firewalls, doors, ceiling and boot panels
  • Generators, compressor covers and machine housing guards
  • Metal air-conditioning ducts and compressor housings
  • Laundry and garbage chutes, hoppers, lids and bins
  • White goods and under sink bowls

Features

  • Free from lead and bitumen
  • Performance across a broad temperature range
  • Lightweight and easy to handle
  • Easy to install, high-tack acrylic adhesive backing, simply peel and apply pressure to position
  • Easily conforms to irregular surfaces without use of heat
  • Remains flexible, does not become brittle
  • Resistant to weather and UV light
  • Available in various weights, widths and roll lengths