Using the HOW TO guide, combined with BXT II RAAMmat, will give you incredible results, doubling that of what a good mat can do alone.
Tens of thousands of yards shipped around the world, everbody loves it!
PS Ensolite(peal and stick) is a superior high frequency acoustical and thermal barrier. It breaks up and diffuses unwanted noise incredibly well and helps decouple acoustcial energy from resonating other parts of the vehicle. Please see the HOW TO guide as it shows the ways we use this to nearly double the results of using just mat based products alone.
Sold by the running yard (36x55.5", 13.875 sq ft)
Normal application is 3 yards per pack of BXT II.
1/8" thick, so effective thicker foam is just not needed and would be to thick for many areas to fit well.
This is a very high grade PS that will handle high heat, is fire retardant just like regular IUO and is stretchable enough for easy install.
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Posted by Martin J Higgins on 29th Aug 2016
Great price, great product...
Posted by Unknown on 21st Aug 2016
Just finished lining my 2002 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport wagon with Raammat and Ensolite. They are one of the best vehicles ever built but with an interior noise level of a 747. Now? Instead of turning the volume nob to 58 I turn it to 19.This means even more when you take into account my biological 70% hearing loss. Forgot how good Emmy Lou Harris sounds on the "quite" songs.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Jul 2016
What can I say.... One layer of mat covered with one layer of Ensolite = completely dead from vibration...
Also, this product filters out road noise as well. Want to turn your hoopty into a Caddy?? You are just one layer of mat and Ensolite away from luxury. :0)
Posted by cs on 11th Jul 2016
Affordable. Did a good job muffling the sound.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jun 2016
I've used ensolite before and very pleased with how it performs. the issue is if you even lightly stretch it to conform with any radius, it will come unstuck and spring back to it's original shape leaving an air pocket. I had to slice where it came unstuck and cover with Gorilla tape. I realize it's not like aluminum backed Dynamat, but the adhesive back could be a little stronger. I may have gotten hold of a bad run, but I'll keep using it.
Posted by Indiana on 23rd Jun 2016
The butyl deadening helped a lot in my car, but the ensolite was the icing on the cake. It seems to really help knock down the higher pitch sounds. The ensolite is really easy to work with to... a real pleasure compared to the butyl products. In the end, I'd recommend using both together as the results seem additive across the sound spectrum. Before the two were installed, I set my stereo level at 21 to hear at highway speeds. After butyl + ensolite, I'm down to level 15. I'm not sure what that means in decibels, but subjectively it sounds like half the noise or less. (Did 4 doors + trunk).
Posted by Unknown on 17th Jun 2016
Extremely pleased with the results I got from Ensolite. I have a thud from my doors and allot more punch from the mids.
Still have yet to complete my hatch and trunk but will really hope for the same results.
I think it was Jason who I spoke to on the phone first before purchasing. He squashed and concerns and answered any questions I had effortlessly. Great customer service.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Jun 2016
Wow! used this over RAAMmat throughout the interior of my truck. Did not use it over the RAAMmat in the inner doors, but on all surfaces inside the truck. Insulating the back wall of the vehicle made a world of difference in the accoustics. Great adhesion!
Posted by Unknown on 27th May 2016
I haven't had much time to evaluate how this stuff affects noise reduction and probably won't ever because like everyone else, I used it along with CLD tiles. I had assumed that this stuff is a sound absorber/diffuser, but I found that its strongest attribute is an ability to reduce panel resonance. I'm sure it has some noise insulation quality to it as well if used in big pieces that cover large areas. Most people seem to replace the stock vapor barrier in doors with a big piece of CLD material. I could see using this stuff instead. Its lighter, it dampens resonsance, and offers sound insulation. Maybe first strategically apply a few CLD tiles. Overall, I think this would be more effective than a CLD sheet by itself in that location.
I don't think this approach would be good for the outer door skin though. This stuff is very hard to apply in constrained spaces because it flops around and sticks to unintended things, so a big sheet that offers both panel damping and sound insulation could never be successfully applied. For my outer door skins, I used CLD tiles and hand-made Ensolite tiles.
Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2016
Applied to entire floor and roof of my car with some CLD tiles. This ensolite is very lightweight and thin so it was ideal for fitting under the headliner and carpet. Combined with the vibration damper it made a huge difference in road noise and interior resonance. Great for a and c pillars and anywhere else you want a low profile sound barrier. Really gives your car a luxury feel when used properly.
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