Membrane by Restomod Air is the only true thermal insulation with sound dampening material. We found that custom car builders were using standard “sound dampening” material in their builds, and were unaware that it did not provide insulation from the outside elements. Membrane four-layer material that prevents your vehicle from being robbed of the climate control temperature you have set in the cabin while giving you sound dampening.
MEMBRANE INSULATION INSIDER:
Membrane focus is on Thermal Protection. We noticed that most custom car builders thought the “sound dampening” material they were using also block out the heat. This is not true. Membrane is the only material that does this. This is just not an-add-on “liner” to place on your vehicle’s body to muffle noise or rattle. Membrane is a true fortification between your vehicles cabin and the outside world.
FOUR LAYERS OF PROTECTION
Membrane’s four-layer material is like nothing else found on the market. Layer one is foil for durability, layer two is a closed cell insulation foam rubber for thermal protection, layer three is another foil layer for structural integrity, and layer four is the butyl layer for sound dampening.
2 IN 1 DESIGN
Membrane is the only true Thermal Insulator for custom car builders. And with the 2 in 1 Design, there is an added Sound Dampening layer. Membrane’s 2 in 1 design works in congruence to prevent loss of your desired temperature in your cabin while eliminating noise from the outside. By preventing unwanted temperature fluctuation from outside the cabin and noise interference Membrane is the only true barrier from the elements your vehicle can have.
EASY TO USE
Membrane is simple to use. Measure, cut, and peel to apply to your vehicle. Membrane conforms to all the curves and angles your ride offers, without having an odor or being messy like drip materials. No one wants that. Restomod Air understands that you have put a lot of time and hard work into your build because we are car guys like you. We will not just put anything in our own build, so why should you?