Insulation in van

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Insulation in van

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Hi all insulation in van on panels was going to put silent coat ,sound deadening and then some stick on closed cell foam is that ok??thanks
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I've used Silentcoat followed by the self adhesive foil backed closed cell product linked below.

https://www.kiravans.co.uk/collections/ ... on-damping" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Why would the glass be anything other than half full?

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hi thanks
right so silent coat in places when foil over top?? so wheel arch in voids the foil top to bottom ??
what about bottom foil or wax?? do you get as much condensation on windows? :ok
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Condensation isn't an issue as mine is full panel with a full bulkhead. I installed loads of silentcoat in the cabin area and the same with the insulation. It made a big difference which will help even more once new door seals are fitted.
Why would the glass be anything other than half full?

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