composite material for highway noise wall

Noise-Barrier Fences: Factors to Consider . A fence intended to serve as a noise barrier or "sound barrier" will typically use thick tongue-and-groove boards in order to form an impervious barrier. These boards are nailed to heavy rails which in turn are supported by heavy posts. The operative word for noise barriers is obviously "heavy." 【Get Price】

Among our proven sound barrier applications are noise barrier walls retaining walls and acoustic facing panels. As mentioned above SoftSound noise barriers are applicable to a number of location types. Our specially-engineered concrete sound walls include a post and panel system that is sound absorptive on both sides. 【Get Price】

traditional sound walls. In fact the fencing systems can be easily installed by a small crew without the use of heavy lifting equipment. Designed and produced using fiberglass strands and mat the composite material’s maintenance-free construction saves time and money over the product's lifetime. In hot humid environments the AcoustaShield 【Get Price】

Winner of Federal Highway Administration’s Environmental Award of Excellence for Innovation. Meets or exceeds AASHTO and DOT sound wall guidelines. Delivers remarkable decibel reduction per-square-foot per-dollar performance. Lightweight composite material installs fast and easy compared to concrete masonry steel or aluminum. 【Get Price】

Road and highway noise is one of the worst noise pollution problems in the United States. As urban and residential sprawl encounters heavier and heavier traffic loads on nearby roads and highways residents and communities are demanding better highway noise barriers from their local officials and DOT’s. 【Get Price】

Most often we build noise walls – free-standing walls usually made of concrete. The walls range in height from 6 to 20 feet but normally are 12 to 15 feet tall. Trees and shrubs can decrease highway-traffic noise levels if high enough wide enough and dense enough (cannot be seen through) but are often impractical. 【Get Price】

Highway walls are expensive running more than $2 million per linear mile — for one side of the highway Rymer said. The total spent on sound walls through 2013 the most recent government figures tops $6 billion. Each state has a different threshold for what triggers the need for a “reasonable” intervention. 【Get Price】