Reimagining the quiet ride
The world can be chaotic and full of noise, but that doesn’t mean your vehicle has to be. Wind, roads, bumps from suspension, engine vibrations and more can be controlled with holistic, tailor-made NVH systems powered by Dow materials.
From polyurethane foams and polyolefin elastomers and resins to liquid applied coating materials, our acoustics product portfolio and unique NVH testing and analysis capabilities are sure to help your project create some buzz without making any noise.
Curious about NVH and how our MobilityScience™ team is using data to develop optimized solutions?
Learn what makes these specific materials work so well for NVH and explore our full portfolio below.
Liquid Applied Sound Damping
We understand the pressure to innovate and bring mobility to market faster than ever. With our ACOUSTICRYL™ acrylic liquid applied sound damping (LASD) coating technologies, a one-step spray application process makes it simple: faster assembly in safer, healthier work environments, reduced costs and waste, lower weight for better fuel economy, and to top it all off, the ability to be more versatile and flexible in design, no matter the application.
Watch our video to find out more about the applications and benefits of ACOUSTICRYL™
Polyurethane foams, like BETAFOAM™ and Flex Foam Systems, provide another innovative alternative to traditional sound damping technologies across the mobility space, from airplanes to passenger vehicles. Our foam solutions fill cavities to provide structural support while minimizing costs and improving fuel efficiency through reduced weight.
Incredible at blocking sound waves and dispersing vibrations, polyolefins reduce NVH in mobility, especially in carpet flooring applications. Whether you’re concerned about light weighting, VOCs, recyclability, processability, flexibility or all the above, our MobilityScience™ team can help you find the right solution for your project.
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