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Temporary Sound Walls
We supply temporary sound walls for use on construction as well as oil and gas sites.
Our temporary sound walls are made in the U.S. and can be rented from NMS. Our temporary sound walls can be installed at the perimeter of any site and effectively control unwanted sound. The materials we use are high quality, durable, and fire resistant.
Our Clients Include:
Strong support beams for wind loading requirements
Sound Transmission Class (STC) 26
Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) 0.70
Our noise barriers have been tested by an independent acoustical laboratory per ASTM E-90 and ASTM E-413 requirements. Our blankets have a verified Sound Transmission Class (STC) rating of 26 and a verified Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of 0.70
Our modular blanket system is perfect for unwanted noise mitigation at any site. Sizes of 8, 16, 24, and 32 feet allow our product to function on oil & gas sites as well as construction. Our flame resistant durable material meets safety requirements and can be installed quickly.
• Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of 0.70
• Blankets constructed with a reinforced PVC UV-resistant outer layer and encase acoustically absorptive materials.
Temporary Sound Wall Performance Modeling
Using the environmental noise monitoring software Soundplan, we have modeled an unmitigated situation in order to simulate the noise levels with no temporary sound wall on a construction site. The noise contour map shows the unmitigated noise levels as they propagate across the affected area.
Eight, Sixteen, Twenty Four, and Thirty Two foot sound wall performance maps
Using the environmental noise monitoring software Soundplan, we have modeled our temporary sound walls in sequentially increasing size in eight foot increments in order to simulate the noise reduction increase compared to the unmitigated map above. Our sound walls can provide 15 decibels or more of sound reduction. They have been designed to combat unwanted noise levels from construction and oil & gas sites regardless of the noise source. Below you'll see one such example: