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Brand: KnuKonceptz
Product SKU: KNO-KOL14
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 13.5
Price: $59.99

  • Kno Knoise Kolossus Edition 2 Door Kit 14sq ft

Kno Knoise is a constrained layer dampener, or what is now commonly abbreviated as a CLD. What is a CLD? A CLD is a material that adheres to panel to reduce resonant noise by using a viscoelastic polymer, in this case butyl rubber, sandwiched between two constraining walls to strengthen or "deaden" the outer wall. The outer aluminum backing reinforces the panel and reduces vibrations and rattles. It deadens the panel it is attached to, thus the name sound deadener. Kno Knoise quiets your vehicle's panels by stopping the vibrations that generate noise.

Kno Knoise Kolossus Edition uses the thickest aluminum top layer and butyl rubber in one package. With a total thickness of 100mils and a nearly a pound per square foot, the Kolossus Edition lives up to its name! The Door Kit includes 8 sheets of Kno Knoise Kolossus Edition for a total of 14sq ft.

Dampening Material: Butyl Rubber
Total Thickness: 100mil (2.5mm)
Foil Thickness: 10mil
Weight: 0.93 lb/sq foot
Sheet size: 1.75sq ft (11" x 23")
# Sheets included: 8
Max Temperature Range: -50F to 350F Meets FMVSS 302 standards for flammability
Operating Temperature Range: 10F to 130F

Please click on a product quesion below to reveal the answer.

This model is listed as a door kit, can I use it anywhere?
Yes! We offer our sound deadener in many different package sizes to target specific installation areas. The material is all the same, only the amount offered per package is different.
How do I install Kno Knoise sound deadener?
The butyl rubber is a sticky polymer, you simply clean the surface the sheet is to be applied onto, rubbing alcohol or similar cleaner is fine, peel the wax paper backing from Kno Knoise and place onto the panel. Use a rubber roller or your hand to firmly attach the deadener onto the vehicles panel.
Can I cut this material and with what?
Kno Knoise can be cut easily with a utility knife, scissors or tin snips to the shape of your panel