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Old 29 December 2013, 10:17   #1
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Country: UK - England
Town: The West End, Penryn.
Boat name: Jenny Haniver
Make: Pacific 8313
Length: 6m +
Engine: Mermaid Turbo 4
Join Date: Jun 2007
Posts: 134
Pacific 22 engine box refurb

Festive greetings to all!
I'm planning to refurbish my engine box on my Pacific 22 as the lid has started to rot out. I'm have a professional company manufactured the lid and I'll transfer the seats and scoops etc from the old lid to the new.
What I'm looking for is the sound-proofing/insulation material that lines the inside of the lid and the removable side panels. It's approximately 20mm thick and appears to be a sandwich of black foam rubber, a thin layer of neoprene rubber then faced on one side with a fire resistant fibre glass material which faces towards the engine.
This is all held in place by a sheet of perforated aluminium held on by self tapping stainless screws. Unfortunately I can't re-use this material as I did too good a job of gluing it in when I made it 5 years ago and I've had to hack it about a bit to get it out!
Does anyone know where I can source this kind of soundproofing/ insulating material from?
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