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Old 06-09-2009, 10:12 PM   #1
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Where to buy MLV (mass loaded vinyl) and CCF

Hi, I am looking for some MLV (mass loaded vinyl) 1/8'' thick with a density of 1lbs/square feet .. need around 100 square feet

example

http://www.soundisolationcompany.com/sound.../walls/barrier/
http://sounddeadenershowdown.com/


if someone can letm e know where I can find some eastern Canada (as close to Trois-Rivières, qc), if you know some place in quebec it is better but ontario could do it... Would need it fast.. like next week

also is there a palce in Canada where Ican find this type closed cell foam(CCF) but at better price than overkill or ensolitewould need around 75 square feet

http://sounddeadenershowdown.com/

thanks everyone for your help..

I have already tried to contact some company's but anything can be usefull in my search.

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i guess nobody use this stuff?
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Just for the info if someone is looking for MLV, this is the palce in Canada

AcoustiGuard, Soundproofing for buildings, studios and home theaters

they are not selling CCF so will buy some Raam Ensolite from a canadian dealer..
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Has anyone found a supplier of MLV in Vancouver?
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Has anyone found a supplier of MLV in Vancouver?
Burnaby Insulation Supplies Ltd.

www.burnabyinsulation.com

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Hello ondeaudiodauto and elses,
I read the article on sounddeadenershowdown.com and found your posts on Google.

Have you guys bought MLV from Acoustiguard and Burnaby Insulation Supplies? I'd like to know your appreciation of MLV and how you installed it.
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Sorry, I didn't. I waited too long, and then it was the rainy season here. I'll try again in the summer. Looking forward to hearing about your experience, though.
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Wouaw,
That was a fast reply. I hope ondeaudiodauto will answer soon.
Cheers.
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I'm going to try contacting Acoustigard and see what their pricing is like.

I will probably go with B-Quiet Extreme for a dampener but want to get some foam or MLV type material on top to really quiet things down.

B-Quiet suggested fully covering everything with the Ultimate or Extreme but I think the sound deadener showdown advice is sound in that you only need 25% coverage or so to dampen but then you need to really isolate/insulate to prevent the balance of the sound from getting through.

I've created another thread to discuss pricing so once I hear back, I'll post there.
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Here's my other thread:

http://www.canadiancaraudio.com/onli...ning-foam.html
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