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Acoustic Foam, Mylar, Charcoal, 54Inx20ft.
- Item # 5T511
- Mfr. Model # K10-M25
- UNSPSC # 30141601
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 24.0 lbs.
- ItemAcoustic Foam
- Length25 ft.
- Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC)0.55
- MaterialAluminized Film Facing Foam
- Temp. Range-20 to 120 Degrees F
- Resistant ToMoisture, Lubricants, Fuels
- Coverage112.5 sq. ft.
- StandardsFlammability UL-94 HF-1 and ASTM D1692-74
- ApplicationRecommended for use in Dirty Environments, Aluminized Film Protects against Moisture, Lubricants and Fuels, Provides Maximum Sound Absorption while Reflecting Heat and Light, Combines the Advantages of Flexible, Strong Foam with a Wipe Clean, Light Reflective 1 Mil Aluminized Film Facing
Compliance and Restrictions
This item has been restricted from sale in the following states: CA.
This item is restricted for international sale.
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