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    SOUNDproofing advice

    Which soundproofing materials and techniques have you Beechers used?

    Thanks much!

    David
    Sierra
    N22PH




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    SOUNDproofing advice

    Aircraft Spruce sells several products. The only ones I have used on certified planes are the FAA-approved ones.
    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...cotekstrip.php (Orcotek blanket)

    Aircraft Spruce used to sell the conventional black foam aircraft insulation, but apparently they no longer carry it. The foam is quite easy to cut to shape, and is usually self-supporting inside doors, etc. I like it since it often avoids the need for adhesives, and can therefore be used in places where removal is required for maintenance. Perhaps Oz or someone else will know of a good source for the foam.

    This one is probably a more advanced product, if you want to take on the approval battle.
    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo.../insulator.php

    The approved ones are all very light, and add no appreciable weight in typical installations in our light planes. This is in part because we are limited to certain areas such as the cabin sidewalls and doors. The original bonded honeycomb panels, typically aft of the rear cabin bulkhead, should be repaired rather than removed. They are damping panels intended to prevent skin drumming and cracking, as opposed to being insulation panels. Noise and temperature insulation is usually too flexible to perform in this role.


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    Which soundproofing materials and techniques have you Beechers used?

    Thanks much!

    David
    Sierra
    N22PH

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    SOUNDproofing advice

    Look in the classifieds section of the BAC website.
    Aviation grade FAR 25.853 compliant Melamine foam insulation with foil
    facing. If you need data sheet e-mail me directly. I periodiacilly
    list it on e-bay if I am over stocked. This is the same insulation that
    is used on part 121/135 aircraft.

    Thanks,
    Oz
    N61526





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