Dynamat is excited to partner with
Kindig-It Design and Dave Kindig,
the star of Motor Trend TV’s “Bitchin’ Rides”.
Scott Whitaker’s fascinating story of how he created the market for automotive soundproofing. Through necessity and innovation created the Dynamat brand of products and brought them to the world.
Dynamat is a thin, flexible, easy to cut and mold sheet that actually stops noise causing resonance and vibration, by using visco-elastic qualities that promote vibro-acoustic energy conversion. In short, that means noise becomes silent energy. This process is called “damping”. The Dynamat line of products also include other acoustic materials that absorb air-borne noise.
Dynaliner has the highest heat blocking properties available in a single layer synthetic foam. Combined with Dynamat, Dynaliner nearly doubles the total thermal resistance ability. It provides excellent insulation for the roof, firewall, floor, quarter panels, doors, and even under the hood. The Hoodliner provides 97% heat reflection. Same goes for your boat’s engine compartment or your RV’s generator box.
Dynamat uses a process called ‘damping’ – which in simple terms – is the process of restraining vibration (noise) by dissipating or using up the energy causing those vibrations. Dynamat converts the movement of the vibration into silent, low-grade thermal energy. No more noise = problem solved at source.
“We’re really excited about this partnership, everyone knows the Dynamat name – they are the verb in the industry, and deservedly so. They created the market and paved the way for the sound deadening industry, going back over 30 years. Dynamat is known for delivering the highest quality products which aligns with the same vision that we have, here at Kindig-It Design.”