Leading Transparent Noise Barrier Manufacturer in India - Acoustic Sound Barriers Wall, Polycarbonate Noise Barriers, Acrylic Sheet Noise Barrier, Road/ Highway Noise Barriers.
ECOTONE™ Sound Barrier walls are normally used to place a sound barrier between a noise source and a target population.
Sound barriers are an effective means to reduce the noise impact from sound sources affecting sound-sensitive receivers. Common sound sources include roads, highways, railways, retail and big-box developments, Mechanical & HVAC equipment, construction sites, etc. Receivers may include homes or apartments, schools, hospitals, office buildings or even public parks. When noise becomes an issue between such sources and receivers, the use of sound barriers may be an ideal solution.
ECOTONE™ Metallic Noise Barrier with Transparent Element (metallic + polycarbonate or Acrylic)
Ecotone manufactures supplies and installs different types of metallic noise barriers to combat noise pollution coming from linear infrastructures (roads and railways, etc.).
Our Metal noise barriers with the transparent elements are made of galvanized aluminum or steel panels in between polycarbonate or acrylic sheets, that make up a sound-proof casing inside them along with aesthetic properties and being transparent allows people to view the sceneries of another side. The panels overlap vertically between studs made from steel profiles.
The addition of an absorbent crest increases the acoustic performances. The barriers can be bi-absorbent and can include transparent parts.
- Galvanized, aluminium, or stainless steel along with polycarbonate / acrylic sheet
- Two, four, or five-inch thicknesses
- Easy installation and removal
- Horizontal or vertical installation
- Maximum acoustical performance
- All products independently tested (STC 37 above, NRC 0.95 above)
- Graffiti resistant
- Different colours selection
ABSORBENT FACE : oriented to the focus of noise: The absorbing face is a multi-perforated metallic element. The design of the perforations allow to the sound wave to enter in the panel and being scattered into the absorbent material.