LORD Corporation Introduces Sound Dampening Material to Enable a Quiet Ride
No Read-Through Restores Vehicles to Factory Finish
Designed for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and the collision repair industry, Fusor 231/234 reduces noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) on vehicle metal panels when placed between any outer skin and inner structure where sound dampening is required. Applications include roof bows and roof skins; door skins and intrusion beams; quarter panels and inner structures; and hood and deck lid skins.
“Our new material enhances the OEM’s offering by restoring passenger comfort, and since the material stays in place when applied, repairs are simplified,” said Douglas Craig, Applications Engineering Manager and Collision Repair Industry Liaison, LORD Corporation. “Additionally, it brings the vehicle back to looking ‘good as new.’”
Fusor 231/234 is a two-component urethane that offers excellent adhesion to metal, e-coat and existing NVH materials, enabling a flexible seal with no shrinkage or expansion. It can be applied to vertical or overhead surfaces with no sag or drip.