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I got me some of this mad insulating material, apparently used in the aviation industry for soundproofing and insulating...

As you can see it's a layer of lead sandwiched between dense foam and covered in a tuff foil type material, it measures about 10mm thick in total...

This pic only shows two strips of self adhesive, but other stuff I have has the entire back covered in it, making it easier to apply with a wallpaper edge roller.

I'm gonna give it a go soon. Has anyone else seen or used this stuff on their van? I'm hoping that it's gonna make a whole lotta difference in noise reduction.

Any thoughts or comments?
 

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It looks old school (lead isnt used much now) so Concord is possible. Fast jet because there smaller so the insulation is denser also the use of lead was more common.

If its aircraft stuff I wouldnt use it on you van(esp old school stuff). If you get a fire it will burn and the smoke is highly toxic.
 
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