Siderise improves acoustic treatment to reduce noise in marine engine rooms

SilentWave RCD delivers noise reduction for recreational craft less than 34 metres and a 4x reduction (6dB) in cabin sound pressure level

Acoustic, Treatment, Marine, Engine, Noise

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Siderise has launched SilentWave RCD, an acoustic treatment for marine engine rooms. SilentWave RCD delivers noise reduction for recreational craft less than 34 metres and a 4x reduction (6dB) in cabin sound pressure level.

The SilentWave RCD is moisture-resistant, non-flammable and features a high aesthetic finish.  Tested for fire performance in accordance with ISO 4589-3 (Oxygen index >21% @elevated temperature), the composite prevents ingress of fuel and oil.

Graham Laws, business development officer, Siderise, said: “Modern motor yachts are built for performance, but power does come with a price. As engine performance increases so do sound levels, which can have a negative impact for crew and passengers on-board. Our new composite acoustic product can deliver the ultimate balance between acoustic performance, weight and cost.”

Siderise acoustic products have been developed over a number of years and third-party tested to certify their performance. The company has been providing noise control solutions throughout Europe within the industries of power generation, wind turbines, automotive, HVAC, rail and marine. 

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