Composite coil materials

Materials expertise

With our expertise in steel, rubber, and adhesive, we have a wide composite coil material portfolio available for the vibration, acoustics, insulation, sealing, and damping markets. 

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Noise, Vibration, and Harshness

To accommodate composite coil material demands for noise, vibration and harshness soluions, we are constantly expanding our product portfolio. Currently, we have more than 500 active composite coil material combinations in our productions.

All current Meneta materials consist of steel, rubber, and adhesive combined to offer NVH solutions for specific applications and purposes. 

We can produce thousand of different solutions by combining our materials.

damping and insulation

Our composite coil materials are suited for both damping and acoustic insulation purposes. With our suppliers and customers, we are constantly developing new solutions to dampen, insulate, and decouple noise levels in various applications across industries. 

With our material portfolio, we can ensure a more comfortable experience with your product. 

Material portfolio

Various steel thicknesses are available from 0.2 mm to 1 mm. The steel thickness is directly linked to the damping performance – A thicker steel layer results in higher damping.

Note that the steel grade does not affect the damping performance of the material. 

Due to its high durability and temperature resistance, we offer calendered and liquid vulcanized NBR rubber. Depending on our customers’ needs, we also offer various surfaces such as smooth, textured, or with patterns or logos embedded in the rubber.

Our NBR-rubber is versatile and approved for a wide range of applications, suitable for both OE and aftermarket product lines. Our typical thickness ranges from 0.10 mm to 0.30 mm, and we can readily accommodate requests for lower or higher thicknesses.

The standard rubber thickness we offer is 0.15 mm. Thinner thicknesses are commonly utilized for brake shims, where a stiffer contact with the brake caliper is required, or in shims when limited space is available in the brake system.

On the other hand, thicker rubber layers, at 0.30 mm, are typically employed to address specific noise issues. Meneta stands out as one of the few suppliers capable of providing coil material with this thickness.

Sealing solutions

With our liquid rubber production facility, we offer composite coil materials that consist of liquid rubber-coated metal that is ideal for sealing components, such as elastomer gaskets and for applications where the containment of fluids or gases is needed. 

All our materials are thoroughly tested in our advanced materials science laboratory according to the highest standards of the industry. You can trust that our sealing material reliably prevents leakages in your application.  

From our liquid rubber production facility, we offer the following options:

With our state-of-the-art and fully automated coil coating lamination line, we can produce multi-composite materials without the use of solvents. This enables us to produce combinations of rubber-coated coil material with other coating options such as polyester and epoxy coatings for the sealing, acoustic, and vibration insulation industries. 

Our unique lamination production enables portable manufacturing lines in Europe, India, China, and the US. 

To ensure that costs are kept competitive, our production lines are designed by Meneta’s engineers to be streamlined, fully automated, and can run both small and large quantities of coil material in little time. 

Our continuous liquid coating line not only enables us to produce rubber coatings but also very thin rubber films. And with a unique in-line thickness measuring system, we can create a complete mapping of the entire coating thickness. 

In collaboration with our suppliers, we have developed a water-based anti-stick top coating to be used on rubber coatings which allows us to offer customer-specific colorized rubber coatings. The water-based top coating is PFAS-free. 


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