Soundsulate 1 lb Mass Loaded Vinyl MLV, Soundproofing Barrier 4' x 4' (16 sf)
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The answer is yes, this approach is absolutely valid.
As long as the seal is good, you'll have better noise reduction. But remember that the better the seal, the more sound will be absorbed.
You will be helped by it. You need to just remember that sound will travel around it if it's not completely enclosed.
Make sure you do not obstruct any airflow while you use it. If you do not know how much heat is generated by a heat pump, you should know that MLV can operate at 180 f
Selected User Reviews For Soundsulate 1 lb Mass Loaded Vinyl MLV, Soundproofing Barrier 4' x 4' (16 sf)
Using this product to wrap my over the stove microwave exhaust pipe and secure it with 120lbs zip ties, I used the product to wrap the exhaust pipe for my over the stove microwave. This resulted in a 9-dB reduction in sound output from the vent There is a 10 decibel difference. My experience with this product has been very positive, and I will be using it to reduce noise in other products in the future.
Our decision to purchase it was based on the review of someone who used it to soundproof To hide our loud crawl space pipes, we decided to give this a try. The box cutter was used to cut the product and zip ties were used to secure it. There has been a significant reduction in noise. In our opinion, this is an excellent product for this purpose.
The rug can easily be trimmed to fit your needs. The quality is superb. The material is easy to cut to the necessary size for the installation in the car. It requires industrial strength Velcro on the door panels to install due to its heavy weight. It's a fantastic product in general!.
I used this to cover a loud PVC drainage pipe. It worked perfectly and the pipe is no longer audible.
They seem to be right on with their statement. It is very solid and heavy.
Sound deadening and does the job well.
With this system, we were able to solve the problem. A zip tie was used to attach the pipe to the screen.