Nexus DampTek Noise Absorption Material
Nexus DampTek is the latest development in noise absorption material. Nexus engineers searched the market for the most recent developments in noise absorption and isolation. Nexus found the most effective materials to isolate and absorb frequencies coming from your pc components, were combined to create Nexus DampTek. Nexus DampTek consist of a 1.5 mm barrier mass to isolate the noise and a 6 mm foam layer to absorb the multiple frequencies.
Your retail package of Nexus DampTek will consist of three sheets of high quality noise absorption material with a self-adhesive backing. The material is easy to cut and shape and the adhesive allows you to remove and re-fit the material easily. These three sheets will be sufficient to fit in the vast majority of medium to large tower and desktop computer cases.
3 sheets of DampTek noise absorption material
Each sheet consists of a barrier to isolate the noise and a foam layer to absorb the multiple frequencies
Size per sheet: 40 x 50 cm / 15.7 x 19.7 inch
Easy to cut and shape
Easy to remove and to re-fit
Thickness ca. 7.5 mm (1.5 mm barrier layer and 6 mm foam layer)
Total is compressible down to approx. 2mm
Foam layer details:
The DampTek foam is a sound-absorbing foam with open cells. It is fabricated on the bases of melamine synthetics and withstands high temperatures and is flame-resistant. The DampTek foam has exceptional sound absorption properties. The foam layer (combined with a barrier backing) is directed to the inside of the computer case.
Withstands temperatures of:
-43 C to +150 C (continuous)
+200 C (peak)
Self extinguishing according to:
DIN 4102 B1
ATS 1000-001 Pass (Airbus Industries)
Color: Anthracite grey
The DampTek barrier layer is a flexible, sound-insulating synthetic sheet made from thermoplastic, unvulcanized rubbers (EVA-copolymers) and mineral fillers. Its high relative mass makes the DampTek barrier layer an excellent isolator of the noise in the PC. The barrier has a self-adhesive backing.
Be careful not to cover any ventilation holes that are critical to your systems ventilation requirements.
Please do not put the material directly on a heat source.
Please do not stick any material inside the case in such a way that it can or may inhibit the correct functioning of any internal components, such as fans and moving parts.
These materials are installed at the installer's own risk.