Noise Blocking Fence
Noise Blocking Fence
The noise blocking fence can be easily installed or removed in less than an hour. Completely non-mold and UV resistant, this material is almost indestructible and can be used as a sound blocking fence.
An independent laboratory test of the sound blocking fence material shows that its STC is 27, which reduces the sound by about 80% to the human ear. However, the results will be different relative to the surrounding sound-reflecting objects and how many fences are installed.
We recommend that you treat the noise source as a bright light bulb in a very dark night. To reduce the light, the first step is to place a acoustic block fence between you and you to block direct light. Of course, other objects in the area that are not blocked by sound blocking fences will also reflect reduced light to you. The sound will function in the same way.
Noise Blocking Fence Specifications
Structure: 4 layer
Acoustic Performance: 27dB reduction
The sound blocking fence material is very strong and has been engineered to withstand outdoor construction sites, highway environments and most other outdoor applications. The noise blocking fences are completely free from dust, grease, oil and mold. You can even move on without reducing its effectiveness. They can also used used as portable noise enclosures.
There are holes every 300mm on the top edge and 300mm on the bottom, which can easily hang or fix the fence on almost any object. Heavy nylon cable ties and stainless steel cable ties are charged separately. Multi-level construction projects can easily overlap multiple sound blocking fences lapped on the scaffolding to achieve the sound insulation effect of multiple vertical heights.
The staggered wooden shadow box privacy fence (which certainly does not provide acoustic privacy) can easily incorporate noise blocking fences without changing the appearance. Simply remove the vertical wooden slats on one side of the fence, install the acoustic block fence, and then reinstall the vertical wooden slats. This is easy to do and keeps the appearance intact while increasing acoustic privacy. All the tools needed should include a hammer, a small crowbar, a screw gun and some screws that do not rust.