3M introduces a new line of Thinsulate Acoustic Insulation products. The polyester and polyolefin fibers dissipate acoustic energy by converting it into thermal energy. Polyester offers loft and resilience while polyolefin absorbs sound. 3M says the new line is half the weight of the next-lightest acoustic insulator, so that automotive designers don't have to worry about the material hindering the handling, comfort or aesthetics of the vehicle. The new Thinsulate Acoustic Insulation is ...
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