Megasorber DT2 is self-adhesive constrained layer vibration damping tile. Using the latest polymer alloy technology,
Megasorber DT2 has a unique polymer blend designed to provide high viscous damping and isolation properties over
a wide temperature range with built-in self-adhesive technology (patent applied for).
Megasorber DT2S on 5mm Steel Plate
(Impact Noise Reduction)
Aluminium Damping Tile
Megasorber DT2A (Green)
Megasorber DT2A on 12mm Aluminum plate
(Impact Noise Reduction)
The built-in self-adhesive provides for ease of installation. This unique adhesion enables the product to withstand
temperatures up to 180ºC without delaminating from the substrate (short term exposure only). In addition, Megasorber
DT2 has excellent adhesion to primed steel, lacquered steel, aluminium and low surface energy substrate such as
polypropylene and polyethylene.
Megasorber DT2 complies with IMO Resolution A653(16) for marine applications.
Megasorber DT2 is designed to reduce the low frequency structure-borne noise as well as increasing the sound transmission
loss. Megasorber DT2 is specially developed to provide sufficient damping for thick substrates such as steel, aluminium,
plastic and GRP composites.
Megasorber DT2A is a self-adhesive aluminium damping tile to provide high vibration damping for aluminium
plates up to 12mm thick. It is a light weight vibration damping and isolation material. It is designed to provide
maximum vibration damping and isolation without adding much weight. It is one of the most suitable damping material
for weight sensitive applications, such as automotive, boats, buses and trains.
Megasorber DT2S is a self-adhesive steel damping tile. It is designed to provide excellent damping
for steel plates up to 12mm thick.
DT2 can be supplied in either green or black colour.
Reduce panel vibration and resonant noise effectively
Increase sound transmission loss
Low installation cost – just peel and stick on
Suitable for high temperature applications (up to 180°C short term exposure only)
Low or non-fire hazard
Safe and environmentally friendly
Thin and light weight damping tiles
High damping efficiency for thick metal plates
The latest built-in adhesive technology – excellent adhesion to most substrates
Complying with IMO Resolution A653(16) for marine applications
High temperature resistance – it can stand up to 180°C in overhead and vertical positions (short term exposure
Self-adhesive for easy “peel and stick on” application
High efficiency vibration damping and isolation material for reducing impact or vibration induced noise:
Vibration damping for thick metal substrates, typically from 4mm to 12mm thick
Ship bulkheads, decks, hulls and other marine applications
Vibration damping for thick metal plates in locomotives, trains and trucks, enclosure, metal housing
Soundproofing Case Study: Bombardier Tram Noise Reduction
Complies with IMO Resolution A.653(16) as amended by IMO Resolution MSC 61(67): Annex 1, part 5.
AS1530.3. 1989 Early Fire Hazard Properties:
Spread of Flame: 0
Heat Evolved: 0
Smoke Developed: 0
MVSS 302: Self-extinguishing
IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Please contact us for the latest version. "Fireproof", "Non-flammable",
"Non-combustible" means the product has successfully passed AS/NZS 3837, IS0 5660-1, ASTM E1354 Group 1 fire rating (AWTA test report No. 7-566397-CV). Patent applied for Soundmesh G8 (U.S. Patent No. 8167085;
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.
Surface preparation: The surface must be dry, free of oil, dust, grease, rust and other contaminants.
Application method: Peel off the release liner on the back of the damping tile and apply the tile onto the substrate.
After the initial contact, apply firm hand pressure or use a roller to push the damping tile onto the substrate.
The damping tile must be in full contact with the substrate and free of any trapped air bubbles.
The damping tile is designed to be re-positionable within 24 hours after application. The damping tiles will reach
their full bond strength after 24 hours.
For tiles to be installed in overhead potion, it is recommended using Megasorber A200 along the edges to provide
extra support. Alternately, mechanical fixing method such as small screws is recommended to provide the extra
If a high temperature resistance damping sheet is required, please refer to Megasorber D14. If a spray-on liquid deadener is preferred, please refer to Megasorber LD5.