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Frost King Tubular Pipe Insulation - P10B/6 D.I.Y. Marine Starboard Lumber Dri-Dek Plastic Deck Tiles
Frost King Tubular Pipe Insulation - P10B/6
List Price: $3.99
Our Price: $2.99
Pre-slip polyethylene foam saves energy, stops wasted heat loss. Prevents pipes from sweating. Protects pipes from freezing.
Fits 1/2” copper plex and CPVC or 1/4” iron and schedule 40 PVC.
1/2” x 6’. 5/8” wall thickness.
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Soundown Accoustic Foam Push Pins for Insulation with Washer & Cap - HPA25K Mylar Scrim Tape; Silver; 2" x 125' Roll - HTA20SC
Mylar Scrim Tape; Silver; 2" x 125' Roll - HTA20SC
List Price: $79.99
Our Price: $59.99
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Sundown 1/2" Thick; No Vinyl Core - IAF05MN32 Soundown 1" Thick; No Vinyl Core - IAF10MN32 Soundown 1/2" Thick; Vinyl Core - IVF1005MN32
Sundown 1/2" Thick; No Vinyl Core - IAF05MN32
List Price: $49.99
Our Price: $39.99
Soundown 1" Thick; No Vinyl Core - IAF10MN32
List Price: $70.92
Our Price: $56.74
Soundown 1/2" Thick; Vinyl Core - IVF1005MN32
List Price: $106.92
Our Price: $85.54
Polyether formulation that will outlast inferior polyester foams available on the market today. This polyether foam provides the highest level of hydrolytic stability in the harsh marine environment , as the dampness found in the marine environment will promote polyester foam disintegration drastically reducing the life of the foam. Acoustic insulation materials work by two processes: Absorption of sound energy, which dissipates sound as heat energy, and reflection, which reflects noise away from a location where quieting is desired.The effectiveness of absorptive material increases directly with thickness, in both the amount of energy absorbed and the range of frequencies over which absorption occurs. Bass frequencies require thicker absorptive layers. For engine noise 1/2” is generally a minimum useful thickness while 1” is good and 1-1/2” to 2” approaches the optimum with the practical considerations of effectiveness and space available. 1 lb. per sq. ft. barrier. Sheets are 32” by 54”. (12 sq. ft.)

These items do not qualify for free freight. Please call 1-800-262-8799 for quote on shipping.
Polyether formulation that will outlast inferior polyester foams available on the market today. This polyether foam provides the highest level of hydrolytic stability in the harsh marine environment , as the dampness found in the marine environment will promote polyester foam disintegration drastically reducing the life of the foam. Acoustic insulation materials work by two processes: Absorption of sound energy, which dissipates sound as heat energy, and reflection, which reflects noise away from a location where quieting is desired.The effectiveness of absorptive material increases directly with thickness, in both the amount of energy absorbed and the range of frequencies over which absorption occurs. Bass frequencies require thicker absorptive layers. For engine noise 1/2” is generally a minimum useful thickness while 1” is good and 1-1/2” to 2” approaches the optimum with the practical considerations of effectiveness and space available. 1 lb. per sq. ft. barrier. Sheets are 32” by 54”. (12 sq. ft.)

These items do not qualify for free freight. Please call 1-800-262-8799 for quote on shipping.
Polyether formulation that will outlast inferior polyester foams available on the market today. This polyether foam provides the highest level of hydrolytic stability in the harsh marine environment , as the dampness found in the marine environment will promote polyester foam disintegration drastically reducing the life of the foam. Acoustic insulation materials work by two processes: Absorption of sound energy, which dissipates sound as heat energy, and reflection, which reflects noise away from a location where quieting is desired.The effectiveness of absorptive material increases directly with thickness, in both the amount of energy absorbed and the range of frequencies over which absorption occurs. Bass frequencies require thicker absorptive layers. For engine noise 1/2” is generally a minimum useful thickness while 1” is good and 1-1/2” to 2” approaches the optimum with the practical considerations of effectiveness and space available. 1 lb. per sq. ft. barrier. Sheets are 32” by 54”. (12 sq. ft.)

These items do not qualify for free freight. Please call 1-800-262-8799 for quote on shipping.
Soundown 1" Thick; Vinyl Core - IVF1010MN32 Soundown 2" Thick; Vinyl Core - IVF1520MN32 Heronrib® Barefoot Mat
Soundown 1" Thick; Vinyl Core - IVF1010MN32
List Price: $125.28
Our Price: $99.99
Soundown 2" Thick; Vinyl Core - IVF1520MN32
List Price: $179.31
Our Price: $139.99
Polyether formulation that will outlast inferior polyester foams available on the market today. This polyether foam provides the highest level of hydrolytic stability in the harsh marine environment , as the dampness found in the marine environment will promote polyester foam disintegration drastically reducing the life of the foam. Acoustic insulation materials work by two processes: Absorption of sound energy, which dissipates sound as heat energy, and reflection, which reflects noise away from a location where quieting is desired.The effectiveness of absorptive material increases directly with thickness, in both the amount of energy absorbed and the range of frequencies over which absorption occurs. Bass frequencies require thicker absorptive layers. For engine noise 1/2” is generally a minimum useful thickness while 1” is good and 1-1/2” to 2” approaches the optimum with the practical considerations of effectiveness and space available. 1 lb. per sq. ft. barrier. Sheets are 32” by 54”. (12 sq. ft.)

These items do not qualify for free freight. Please call 1-800-262-8799 for quote on shipping.
Polyether formulation that will outlast inferior polyester foams available on the market today. This polyether foam provides the highest level of hydrolytic stability in the harsh marine environment , as the dampness found in the marine environment will promote polyester foam disintegration drastically reducing the life of the foam. Acoustic insulation materials work by two processes: Absorption of sound energy, which dissipates sound as heat energy, and reflection, which reflects noise away from a location where quieting is desired.The effectiveness of absorptive material increases directly with thickness, in both the amount of energy absorbed and the range of frequencies over which absorption occurs. Bass frequencies require thicker absorptive layers. For engine noise 1/2” is generally a minimum useful thickness while 1” is good and 1-1/2” to 2” approaches the optimum with the practical considerations of effectiveness and space available. 1 lb. per sq. ft. barrier. Sheets are 32” by 54”. (12 sq. ft.)

These items do not qualify for free freight. Please call 1-800-262-8799 for quote on shipping.
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