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Fireproof Soundproofing Facing

Megasorber D10

Self-Adhesive Vibration Damping Sheet
with Fireproof Facing


Vibration Damping Sheet with Fireproof Facing

Megasorber D10 is a vibration damping material with a fireproof Soundmesh G8 facing and self-adhesive backing. It is designed to provide both vibration damping and sound transmission loss.

Using the latest polymer alloy technology, Megasorber D10 is a polymer blend designed to provide high visco-elastic damping properties. As a result, Megasorber D10 reduces structure-borne noise effectively.

Megasorber D10 is also designed to follow the mass law to provide additional sound transmission loss (or Rw) of thin metal panels.

The facing material, Soundmesh G8, has BS 476 Part 4 “Non-combustible” classification and BCA (Building Code of Australia) Group 1 fire Classification. It complies with IMO Resolution A653(16) requirements. It has high temperature resistance up to 550°C. It provides a protective, tough and durable surface for Megasorber D10, with standard colours of black (BK), grey (GR), white (WH) and sandstone (SS).

Key Benefits

Australian Made Vibration Damping Sheet
  • Reduce panel vibration and resonant noise effectively
  • Increase sound transmission loss (or Rw)
  • Fireproof facing reduces fire and smoke hazards
  • Cost effective material to reduce low frequency structure-borne noise
  • Safe and environmentally friendly
  • Low installation cost: easy to cut and install

Key Features

  • Fireproof Soundmesh G8 facing
  • High damping efficiency
  • Good sound blocking efficiency
  • Acrylic pressure sensitive backing for easy application
  • Easy to cut to shape


Megasorber D10 is a high-performance vibration damping material used for metal panels to reduce impact or vibration induced structure-borne noise for trucks, enclosures, locomotives, boats, metal cladding panels and other applications.

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Case Study of Project Using Megasorber D10

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Melbourne Airport T4 Terminal

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Melbourne Airport's new T4 terminal building

Megasorber's acoustic panels provide attractive and effective soundproofing for Melbourne Airport T4 terminal's ceiling – a concrete soffit with galvanised steel panels. READ MORE >>
Soundproofing for
Server Cabinets

Server Cabinet Soundproofing
A soundproofing semi-enclosure was built around the machine

Server cooling fans generated a constant harsh humming noise annoying to the office workers. Megasorber designed a soundproofing solution for the server cabinet. READ MORE >>

Tech Specs

Standard Product Range

Product Code Facing
Nominal Weight Width Length
Megasorber D10-4BKA Black 1.7mm 4kg/m2 1,000 mm 1,000 mm
Megasorber D10-6BKA Black 2.5mm 6kg/m2 1,000 mm 1,000 mm


  1. Facing colour code: the standard facing colour is black. The other colours are: GR = Grey; SS = Sandstone and WH = White. MOQ (minimum order quantity) applies for other G8 colours.
  2. Add “A” for the adhesive backing. For example:
    Megasorber D10-4BK: 2mm thick with black Soundmesh G8 facing;
    Megasorber D10-4BKA: 2mm thick with black Soundmesh G8 facing and self-adhesive backing.
  3. G8 facing may have some stripy appearance. Hairline creases may occur on the facing while handling.
  4. Thickness tolerance is ±10% and sheet dimension tolerance is ±1%.
  5. Other sheet sizes available, however MOQ applies.

Acoustical Properties (tested on 1.0mm thick Oberts beam)

Vibration Damping Property
Standard: ASTM E756-83
Standard Test Method for Measuring Vibration-Damping Properties of Materials
Product Steel Substrate Thickness System Loss Factor (at 22°C)* Equivalent Noise Reduction for a Large Freely Suspended Panel
Megasorber D10-4BKA 1mm 0.17 22.3dB
Megasorber D10-6BKA 3mm 0.10 20dB

*Note: Damping Co-efficient (also known as System Loss Factor ) of 0.1 is equivalent to 20dB(A) noise reduction for a large freely suspended panels.

Sound Transmission Loss
SAE J1400
Laboratory Measurement of the Air-borne Sound Barrier Performance of Automotive Materials and Assemblies


Megasorber D10-4BKA
STC = 23
Megasorber D10-6BKA
STC = 26
100 Hz 13 13
125 Hz 13 14
160 Hz 13 14
200 Hz 13 15
250 Hz 12 16
315 Hz 16 17
400 Hz 16 19
500 Hz 18 21
630 Hz 20 23
800 Hz 22 24
1000 Hz 25 27
1250 Hz 27 29
1600 Hz 29 31
2000 Hz 31 33
2500 Hz 32 34
3150 Hz 34 35
4000 Hz 35 37
5000 Hz 37 36


Fireproof Soundmesh G8 facing only

  • IMO Compliant - IMO Resolution A.653(16) AS Amended By IMO Resolution MSC 61(67): Annex1: Part 5 (Exova Warringtonfire Test Report 199086).
  • British Standard BS 476 - Part 4: 1970 "Fire Test on Building Materials and Structures – Non-combustibility Test for Material":
    Test Standard Clarification
    BS476 Part 4: Non-combustibility Non-combustible

    Note: T V SÜB PBS Fire Test Laboratory test report No. 719171919-MEC10-GZJ. Soundmesh G8 was tested together with 24kg/m3 glasswool and 0.5mm perforated GI sheet.
  • AS / NZS 3837: Method of Test for Heat and Smoke Release Rates for Materials and Products Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter.
    BCA Classification Average Heat Release Rate Average Specific Extinction Area
    Group 1 FTI (Failed to Ignite) 0 m2 / kg (non-combustible)

    AWTA Test Report No. 7-576560-CV

Megasorber D10

MVSS 302: Self-extinguishing


Specifications are subject to change without notice. Please contact us for the latest version.  Patented Soundmesh G8 (U.S. Patent No. 8167085, Canada Patent No. 2674986, Australia Patent No. 2009206197). The data listed in this data sheet are typical or average values based on tests conducted by independent laboratories or by the manufacturer. They are indicative only of the results obtained in such tests and should not be considered as guaranteed maximums or minimums. Materials and installation methods must be tested under actual service to determine their suitability for a particular purpose. "Aussie engineered and made" means the products are engineered and made in Australia with globally sourced materials.  “Fireproof ” and “ non-combustible ” mean product has BS 476 Part 4 “Non-combustible” Classification.