Automotive / Powertrain / Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH)

Noise, vibration and harshness (NVH)

A comprehensive range of differentiated noise damping adhesives and vibration damping tapes that can help vehicle engineers improve noise attenuation. From laminating damping pads and sound absorbers to adhesive technologies for constrained layer dampers and decoupled laminates, our noise damping adhesive technologies can be tuned to meet your acoustic challenges.​

Michel Ravers
Application Technical Service Manager

Michel joined Avery Dennison in 1990 as part of the R&D team.
For 24 years he has been active in development of adhesives & tapes for automotive and industrial applications.
After R&D he moved into a technical service role for automotive and industrial customers and since 2 years he's leading the European technical service team.

Application summary

Noise damping adhesives for a premium driver and passenger experience


  • Low and high temperature damping from -10°C to over 110°C
  •  Pressure-sensitive adhesives engineered for high performance with a wide range of substrates
  • Effective solution for bonding needs related to buzz, squeak and rattle issues
  • Custom-engineering and tuning to cancel vibrations in a variety of rigid components
  • Innovative properties that contribute to improved driving comfort and light-weighting


  • Bespoke solutions to address noise damping spanning a variety of frequencies
  • Customizable noise damping adhesives to provide optimal performance depending on the materials, surfaces and other factors involved
  • Sound damping tapes that simultaneously address application and acoustic challenges
  • Collaborative opportunities with vehicle engineers to provide customized NVH solutions

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