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Silent Running SR CAR reduces unwanted road noise

(July 18, 2013) -- Unlike the other sound deadening products, SR CAR requires no cutting, fitting or peeling and there is no scrap, said Silent Running President Brian Prinz, who noted the product has excellent adhesion and is designed as a permanent coating that can be painted over.  

EAST HAVEN, Conn. — Silent Running announced a new addition to the product line, SR CAR, a high performance liquid coating used to dampen vibration, reduce unwanted road noise, and improve stereo quality.  

Unlike the other sound deadening products, SR CAR requires no cutting, fitting or peeling and there is no scrap, said Silent Running President Brian Prinz, who noted the product has excellent adhesion and is designed as a permanent coating that can be painted over.  

“Our goal is to make car restoration as easy as possible for both car shops and individuals without sacrificing quality,” he added. “The ability to manufacture SR CAR in the USA was very important and we can’t wait to display the benefits of SR CAR at the 2013 SEMA show.”

The product can also be used in the RV industry to line generator compartments. 

People attending the 2013 SEMA Show are encouraged to stop by the Silent Running booth to try out SR CAR using the company’s hands on demonstration, and to learn more about how the sound and vibration dampener can help improve rideability.

For more information, visit SEMA Booth No. 16610 in the First Time and Featured Exhibitors section or visit www.silentcoating.com or call 877.436.6542. 

SOURCE: Silent Running press release
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