Acoustics Line - Noise damping coating

Acoustics Line
DESCRIPTION A one-component water-borne noise damping coating for line application.
PRODUCT FEATURES Suitable to be used on interior and sheltered surfaces only.

Recommended uses Recommended to be used on steel roofing sheets, metal surfaces in vehicles, railway cars, ventilation ducts and other metal surfaces where vibration and noise problem occures.

Features Excellent acoustic damping and vibration absorbing properties.
Forms very elastic and porous coating layer.
Prevents from condensation.
Complies with the requirements of EN 13501-1, class A2-s1d0.

Colour Range White and grey.
Gloss groups Matt

Recommended film thickness

Theoretical coverage




550 g/m2

950 g/m2

1,3 m2/l

450 µm

790 µm

1600 g/m2

2800 g/m2

0,4 m2/l

1350 µm

2400 µm

Practical coverage depends on the application method, painting conditions and the shape and roughness of the surface to be coated.

Thinner Water
Application method Conventional spraying or plaster spray gun.
Drying times

Through dry

+20ºC / RH 55%

+50ºC, recirculating


WFT 1200 g/m2

8–10 h

4 h

6–8 min

Drying and recoating times are related to the film thickness, temperature, the relative humidity of the air and ventilation.

Special feature Noise damping: Tan Delta (combined) 0.19 (VTT-CR-00259-15, test report available on request)

Solids volume 58%
Density 1,2 kg / l
Product code 006 5127, 006 5128

Application conditions All surfaces must be dry. The temperature of the ambient air and surface should not fall below +10ºC during application and drying. Relative humidity should not exceed 80%. The surface temperature of the painted surface should remain at least 3ºC above the dew point. The temperature of paint itself should be above +15°C for proper application. Good ventilation is required in confined areas during application and drying.
Preparation Oil, grease, salts and dirt are removed by appropriate means. (ISO 12944-4)

Aluminium surfaces: Sweep blast-clean with non-metallic abrasives to an even roughness. (SaS, SFS 5873) If sweep blasting is not possible, the surface should be roughened by hand abrading or washed with MAALIPESU detergent.

Zinc and aluzinc surfaces: Sweep blast-clean with mineral abrasives, e.g. quartz sand, to an even roughness. (SaS, SFS 5873) If sweep blasting is not possible, the surface should be roughened by hand abrading or washed with PANSSARIPESU detergent.

Primed surfaces: Industrial coil primer on the backside of the steel roofing sheets does not require any special preparation. Oil, grease, salt and dirt are removed from the surface by appropriate means. Repair any damage to the primer coat with Temaprime EE or Rostex Super. Note the overcoating time of primer. (ISO 12944-4)

Stainless steel: Roughen the surface by grinding or sweep blasting using non-metallic abrasives.
Priming Industrial coil sheet backside primer. Can be applied directly on galvanized thin steel (see Surface preparation).
Coating Conventional spraying or plaster spray gun. Mix the coating thoroughly before use.
The coating can be thinned 0–5% by volume. Spray nozzle tip 6mm and nozzle pressure 2 bar. Air supply >1000 l/min (conventional spraying) and >250 l/min (plaster spray gun).
Finishing Do not overcoat with any other type of coating as it causes loss of condensation protection properties.
Cleaning of tools Water.
EU VOC 2004/42/EC-limit value The Volatile Organic Compounds amount is < 3 g/litre of paint mixture.
Reference number TCF 0001

according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
Safety data sheetACOUSTICS LINE EN
ENVIRONMENTAL and WASTE DISPOSAL Containers are provided with safety labels, which should be observed. Further information about hazardous influences and protection are detailed in individual health and safety data sheets. A health and safety data sheet is available on request from Tikkurila Oyj. Only for industrial use.