For the boot

Regardless of body style, every car needs an isolated boot in order to reduce cabin noise.

Microvibrations from the car boot can cause significant cabin noise, which can be mitigated by the following systems:

Layer One On the floor of the boot and boot bonnet is a layer of vibration cushioning material: Alumast
Layer Two On the floor of the boot is a second layer of sound absorbing material: BB-Ton
Layer Three On the wheel wells inside of the boot is a separate layer of vibration cushioning material: Kombi
Layer Four On the wheel wells inside of the boot is a second layer of sound absorbing material: Violon PTN
Layer Five On the floor of the boot is a layer of vibration cushioning material: Alumast
Layer Six On the floor of the boot is a second layer of sound absorbing material: BB-Ton
Layer Seven On the boot bonnet is a second layer of sound absorbing material: SGM-izol

These isolating systems can reduce cabin noise by as much as 3-6 dB on separate frequencies.

Alumast

The insulating (absorbing) butyle-rubber material.

Armature

The ultrahard insulating (absorbing) material.

BB-ton, BB-ton Ultra

The sound absorber material from recycled foam or polyurethane.

Bitalym

The insulating (absorbing) butuminic material.

Carpet

The decorative cushioned material.

Combi

The combined bituminous and butyle-rubber insulating (absorbing) material.

Floor carpet

The cushioned high-density flooring material.

SGM-Izol

The combined sound absorber and insulating materials.

Violon Beta

The absorption and anti-creak material.

Violon BlackWell

Super effective viscoelastic soundproofing foam.

Violon PT, PTN

Sound absorber material. Synthetic felt.

Violon VEL

The viscoelastic absorption and anti-creak material.

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