Celsus, the European distributor of Dynamat, has supplied National Geographic Channel’s hit TV show, Car S.O.S. with Dynamat Xtreme for application on a number of cars in the new series, which embarks on undercover missions to restore the classic cars of deserving owners ahead a surprise reveal.
Hosted by motoring celebrities Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw, Car S.O.S is currently aired in over 100 countries and attracts 500,000 regular viewers in the UK alone.
Sourced from Celsus by Fuzz himself, Dynamat is recognised as the industry’s best noise control material available.
A peel-and-stick application makes it quick and easy to install to any car.
Designed with a special chemical formulation, Dynamat Xtreme is just 1.65mm thick and absorbs road noise by up to 80% as well as engine noise and annoying panel rattles
Celsus, the European distributor of Dynamat, have a summer of events planned, demonstrating the latest and best in noise control.
Their Dynamat Xtreme sound deadening and Dynaliner thermal barrier solutions have already wowed visitors to the Practical Classics stand, amongst 19,000 attending March’s Classic Car Show at Birmingham’s NEC. In May, the Peterborough Arena saw Dynamat at the National Hot Rod & Custom Car Show too.
Car enthusiasts can still discover the Dynamat difference first-hand at a host of popular 2015 events, including:
Route 66 Show, Bournemouth, 4th – 5th July
Billing Land Rover Fest, Billing Aquadrome, 31st July to 2nd August
Mini in The Park, Santa Pod Raceway, 16th August
Beaulieu International Autojumble, Brockenhurst, 5th – 6th September
Busfest, Malvern, 4th – 6th September
Classic Motor Show, NEC Birmingham, 13th – 15th November
Dynamat Original launched in 1989 to reduce noise, through a revolutionary extensional damper technique, which converts vibration into silent energy. Today’s Dynamat Xtreme will cut road noise by up to 80%, thanks to a butyl chemical formula that delivers up to ten times more sound deadening than inferior bitumen asphalt alternatives.
At just 1.65mm thick, Dynamat offers a significant weight-saving over these alternatives too. It’s easy to shape to any car contours, and quick to fit thanks to peel-and-stick sheets. Just 30% area coverage prevents a panel from resonating, whilst covering the entire floor or doors, creates a total sound barrier.
This weekend the Dynamat UK install team were in attendance at the Practical Classics magazine restoration and classic car show in Birmingham’s NEC arena.
To demonstrate the ease at which Dynamat can be applied there was a live demonstration using this superb Jensen Interceptor.
A combination of Dynamat Xtreme and Dynaliner were fitted to this vehicle to reduce panel resonation and produce a quiet, cool ride for any future passengers.
We would like to thank anyone who came along to the stand and showed their support. The was great interest in the product and it’s applications and it is always good to hear how Dynamat has installed luxury in your own vehicles.
Be sure to keep an eye out for the Dynamat UK team attending other car shows throughout the season so you can see for yourself the benefits of the whole Dynamat range.