Silencing is essential for passenger comfort and well-being, especially as noise is now recognised as a burden on health. Recticel provides a versatile range of acoustic absorption and isolation solutions that can help to reduce sound levels. In the automotive sector, NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) issues have different causes. Above all, noise reverberation can cause acoustic pressure to increase due to the effect of standing waves. Acoustic absorption reduces reverberated noise and efficiently prevents this. Acoustic isolation also reduces the transmission of exterior noises into the cockpit.
Recticel offers several sealing solutions. Our materials are extremely effective due to the foams’ hydrophobic character, high number of closed cells, density when compressed and ability to conform to inconsistent gaps. We also provide foams with very low resistance to compression. These are particularly suitable where ease of assembly and strain reduction are key requirements. Good resistance to fluid and weathering makes our sealing materials suitable for many different environments.
Thanks to innovations in materials technology, modern passenger vehicles are becoming more and more comfortable. Recticel Flexible Foams offers comforting and sensing solutions for seating covers and accessories, headliners and door panels. We also provide specially developed barrier foams for pour-in-place/in-situ applications. All our materials meet the automotive market’s strictest technical requirements.
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