Noise and vibration harshness

Noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) is a significant challenge that impacts the overall performance of a variety of products in numerous markets. Be it household appliances, cars or wind turbines, the combination of metals and motors often results in unwanted noise and vibrations.

At Avery Dennison, we’re highly experienced in using innovative solutions to overcome the challenges of NVH. Through a comprehensive suite of viscoelastic adhesives, we can support materials such as NVH foam to damp unwanted sound and vibrations across a variety of diverse applications.

Marco Ditroia
Application Technical Service Engineer

Marco Ditroia is the Application and Technical Service Engineer responsible for the Iberian region at Avery Dennison Performance Tapes Europe.
Being active for more than 30 years in the self-adhesive industry in several areas such as quality, sales and marketing, he built a strong technical background in various sectors and also expertise in some specific segments.
He is technical and customer minded and he his goal is to help you finding the tape solution that fits your needs.

Application summary

Addressing noise, vibration and harshness with innovative damping material tapes.


  • Viscoelastic adhesives can be tuned to cancel vibrations in a variety of rigid damping materials
  • Can be applied to a wide range of surfaces, including low surface energy (LSE) substrates such as open cell NVH foams and felts
  • Resistant to high and low temperature environments, exposure to chemicals, UV, and weather thanks to variable additives


  • Vibration damping tapes and adhesive solutions can help address damping needs with minimal incremental weight gain.
  • We can work one-to-one with customers to solve specific challenges with customized adhesive solutions


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