Acoustic tape for front roller shutters | 125 mm wide
Don't lie awake anymore from rain tapping on your front roller shutter. With this tape you reduce the noise significantly without much work and expense!
- The acoustic tape is specially designed to reduce the sound of rain on the shutter box.
- The material consists of the tape with a black aluminum layer and has high adhesive strength.
- Roll of 10 meters length, so usually enough for several shutters (depending on the width of the shutters and how much of the shutter you cover).
- The material is 1.5 mm thick.
- You use the tape for front shutters and in places where you suffer from the noise of rain on the shutter box.
Acoustic tape for front roller shutters
The acoustic tape is specially designed to reduce the noise of rain on the shutter box. The material consists of the tape with a black aluminum layer and has high adhesive strength. The tape is available in two widths: 100 mm and 125 mm and has a length of 10 meters per roll. The material is 1.5 mm thick.
You place the material on the inside of the shutter box. Place it at the top of the bin. This is easiest when the roller shutter is down so you have room to work. The material sticks immediately, but needs 24 hours for the adhesive to fully bond/cure. The material sticks well, but have you can use a hard roller to press it on extra. This is best done before removing the film layer of course. The processing temperature is between +5C and +35C degrees. Furthermore, make sure the surface is dry and clean.
Where to use?
You use the tape for front shutters and in places where you are bothered by the noise of rain on the shutter box. This will be particularly in bedrooms, so you use it on any front roller shutter where you find the noise of raindrops on the tray disturbing. You can cover the top of the shutter tray on the inside, and to reduce the noise of driving rain considerably, you can also cover the front of the shutter tray on the inside. Make sure you have enough space, because the material is 1.5 mm thick. The shutter should still be able to roll on and off unhindered after the tape is placed. At least 60% of the surface should be covered with the tape for best performance. So you don't have to tape the entire tray, which saves on costs, but also works a lot faster.