• Audi a4 avant

    Audi a4 avant

    The client did not like the loud noise at the back, coming from the wheels. Since the car is a station wagon, there is no partition wall between the passenger compartment and the boot. We applied vibration insulation all over the walls of the boot. Special attention was paid to back wheel arches and to the compartment where the spare wheel is stored, where a thicker vibration insulation material VBR M3 was applied. We applied soundproofing material on top of the vibration-insulating material FLR M9. We covered plastic panels with the vibration damping material SKR M10, paying special attention to the joints, to get rid of the squeaks.

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  • MBW211

    MBW211

    Even though it is a business class car, the client was still not happy with the factory-applied soundproofing. After reviewing the client’s complaints, we decided to choose a composite approach to resolving the problem. We dismantled the entire passenger compartment, except for the roof, and applied vibration insulation to all of its parts. We applied a layer of soundproofing, and depending on the area, used either FLR M9 (on the floor) or ZVU M4L (on the door). We also applied SKR M10 on the inside of the plastic finishing, which helped to remove the unpleasant squeaks caused by plastic rubbing against plastic.

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  • Saab 9-3

    Saab 9-3

    The owner did not like the squeaks in the passenger compartment. In addition to applying vibration insulation to the doors, we paid special attention to applying soundproofing materials SKR M5/SKRM10 on plastic components at the points of contact plastic/plastic.

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  • Nissan Patrol Y61

    Nissan Patrol Y61

    Even though the car looks massive and bid. The factory sound insulation is poor. The car was getting ready for the factory speakers upgrade, so we applied a layer of vibration damping material on the outside door metal VBR M1,5 and a layer of sound proofing material ZVU M4L .

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  • Volvo S60

    Volvo S60

    The owner of this vehicle didn't like the factory soundsystem, so he decided to change the speakers himself and let us do the soundproofing. The doors were covered with VBR M1,5 and a layer of sound proofing material ZVU M4L .

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