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PVC Sound Barrier – Decoupler


PVC Vinyl Barrier with Closed Cell Foam Decoupler

Made to last. Acoustical Surfaces offers a PVC solution tailored for the needs of professionals and homeowners alike.

Key Features of PVC Sound Insulation:

  • Effective Noise Reduction: Our PVC insulation has been engineered to meet stringent noise reduction requirements, offering a quieter environment for both residential and commercial spaces.
  • Durability: With resistance to moisture, mold, and mildew, our sound insulation ensures longevity and consistent performance.
  • Thermal Insulation: acts as a barrier from both heat and cold.
  • Eco-Friendly: Our insulation is produced with PVC, minimizing environmental impact.

Whether you are in the construction industry, a property developer, or simply a homeowner seeking better acoustic solutions, our PVC Sound Insulation offers a reliable, high-quality choice. Choose quality and efficiency. Order from Acoustical Surfaces for your sound insulation needs.

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Product Specs


PVC Insulation Sheet Made From Mass Loaded Vinyl


High density limp material with acoustic foam decoupler to reduce noise transmission.


PVC closed cell foam board reduces noise transmission through ceilings, walls, floors, machinery and equipment, enclosures, PVC waste pipe, HVAC ducts. Apply on any solid surface for effective noise containment.




54″ Wide × 20′ Roll


PVC Foam


Black, Grey


UL 94-HFTI Class C


Materials can be mechanically fastened

Acoustical Properties

STC 27 per ASTM C423

Sound Transmission Loss (STC)
PVC Barrier – Decoupler131719212833404227

graphicAcoustical Pipe lagging dramatically reduces the amount of noise that transmits through the walls of ductwork, PVC and cast iron pipes. When a decoupler closed cell sound deadening foam layer is added sound transmission is improved.

Caution: Polyurethane foam is flammable and may emit toxic fumes when burned. Do not use PVC closed cell foam board near open flame. Check local codes for allowed use. Manufacturer assumes no liability.