Decidamp SLC

viscoelastic self-levelling vibration damping compound

Decidamp® SLC is a two-component, polyurethane-based,vibration-damping compound used in flooring applications.

Developed to meet market requirements to reduce structural noise and vibration in the marine and offshore industries. Viscoelastic, lightweight and predominantly used as a primary deck layer or a sub-layer to a variety of floor coverings. Inherent self-levelling properties are highly suited to levelling uneven floor surfaces e.g. warped metal plates, or providing a seamless flat working surface.

Decidamp® SLC can be applied from relatively thin layers up to the required thickness to treat the surface. It's unique properties reduce structural vibration in flooring applications when installed as a constrained layer between two rigid surfaces. When used between a steel or aluminium deck and any non-combustible cementitious screed, it performs like a constrained layer damper and significantly enhances the acoustic properties. It isolates and insulates floor coverings, thereby reducing noise transfer from airborne and structural vibration, footfall or impact noise to noise-sensitive areas under decks.

 

Decidamp® SLC

Technical data

Decidamp® SLC is a two-component, polyurethane based, vibration-damping compound used in flooring applications.

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

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Applications

  • Marine: on decks, as a constrained layer system to reduce vibration noise and structure borne noise
  • Underlay for floor coverings
  • Reduce impact noise in flooring applications
  • Highly suited for levelling uneven surfaces e.g. warped metal plates.
  • Where a seamless flat working surface is required

Features

  • Easy-flow, self-levelling formula
  • Excellent adhesion, even to aluminium and glass composites substrates
  • Solvent-free
  • Reduces vibrational structural wear/tear
  • Suitable for outdoor exposure
  • Excellent flame resistance, ignition retardant
  • Broad temperature and frequency range
  • Low-weight, viscoelastic
  • Cures without shrinking or cracking; independent of application
  • Tested to International marine fire standards
  • Excellent acoustic and vibration damping properties
  • High build rate, fast application