Welcome to ConRo Electronics’ “Sound Deadening” category, your premier destination for high-quality sound and vibration damping solutions designed for industrial applications. Whether you’re looking for sound deadening panels for vehicle interiors, insulating foam, or coating products, our sound deadening solutions are designed to deliver exceptional results.
At ConRo Electronics, we understand the importance of noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) prevention, and our products are engineered to meet the highest standards of performance, durability, and ease of use. As part of our commitment to offering top-notch products, ConRo Electronics proudly stocks Henkel’s Teroson sound deadening solutions. Henkel is renowned for its cutting-edge technology and superior product quality, and their Teroson range is no exception.
ConRo Electronics is an authorized distributor for Henkel.
In our range you will find a selection of high-quality sound deadening products, including:
- Self-adhesive panels: These bitumen and plastic self-adhesive panels are specifically crafted to tackle sound and vibration issues in vehicles. They are ideal for floor panels in the vehicle interior and chassis. Self-adhesive panels become flexible when heated, conforming to body panel shapes and flowing into ribbings and corners.
- Sound deadening foam: Polyurethane sound deadening foam blocks the passage of airbourne noise in hollow cavities, effectively reducing noise, vibration, and harshness. Additionally, it offers superior sealing properties against water and dust and meets flame-retardant standards, ensuring safety and reliability. Sound deadening foam is a versatile and adaptable product, suitable for a wide range of applications.
- Underbody coatings: These rubber- and resin-based coatings not only provide sound deadening capabilities but also offer the flexibility of being overpaintable. This makes them ideal for preserving and complementing existing underbody coatings and spot repairs. Underbody coatings also enhance abrasion resistance on underbody car parts. Plus, they can be easily applied with spray guns.