Dy­naliner

Low Rider - - MONTHLY PAINTTIP -

Best for im­proved sound, noise re­duc­tion, and ther­mal in­su­la­tion. Dou­ble its ef­fec­tive­ness by us­ing it in con­junc­tion with stan­dard Dynamat.

The per­fect ul­tra-light­weight in­su­la­tor, Dy­naliner has the high­est heat block­ing prop­er­ties avail­able in a sin­gle-layer syn­thetic foam. When used on top of Dynamat, Dy­naliner nearly dou­bles the to­tal ther­mal re­sis­tance abil­ity of the prod­uct. Dy­naliner is also a durable crush- and tear-re­sis­tant ma­te­rial.

Dy­naliner isn’t af­fected by oil and does not ab­sorb wa­ter. Dy­naliner pro­vides acous­tic iso­la­tion and ex­cel­lent ther­mal in­su­la­tion for roof, fire­wall, floor, quar­ter-pan­els, doors, and even as a hood­liner.

Dy­naliner is an ul­tra-light­weight, high-per­for­mance closed cell foam. Dark gray in color, Dy­naliner is avail­able in 18 ⁄ -, 14 ⁄ -, and 12 ⁄ -inch thick­nesses. Dy­naliner is self-ad­he­sive with a high-tem­per­a­ture acrylic ad­he­sive. Dy­naliner is op­ti­mized for tem­per­a­tures from 30 to 200 de­grees F (-34 to 94 de­grees C) and meets both UL and FMVSS flame re­sis­tance.

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