db Engineering flexible noise barrier materials are limp and tough. They are resistant to the passage of sound waves and reduce noise transmission.
dB Engineering Flexible Noise Barriers are available in a number of styles to meet a variety of applications. For example, the non-reinforced barriers can be used to reduce noise between rooms when incorporated in standard wall or ceiling construction. Reinforced barrier materials are used where high-strength, high tear-resistant materials are required. The foil-faced lagging material is used to wrap noisy piping and duct work (see dB-105). Additional high-temperature and other specialty barriers are available including a Class A Flammability rated barrier.
Barricade Noise Barrier is perfect for applications that require high sound transmission classification (STC). Barricade Noise Barrier is a mass loaded flexible noise barrier that reduces sound transmission through walls, floors and ceilings
Homes, Apartments, Condos
Barricade Noise Barriers are ideal for hotels, classrooms, homes, home theaters and any areas where reduction of noise transmission is necessary. Barricade Noise Barrier is available in rolls 54" wide by 60' long.
Barricade Noise Barrier may be installed in conventional wall construction or in a staggered stud assemble for higher STC results.
Barricade Noise Barrier is easily installed on walls, floors and ceilings. Complicated construction is unnecessary. Low cost solution for noise transmission problems.
Barricade Noise Barrier is available in rolls 54" x 60' long, 270 sq. ft. per roll, with custom lengths available.
Die "C" Tear (#/In.)
200 Deg. F/7 Days
Mil Std. 6411 Burn Test
MVS 302 Burn Test
Noise Transmission Loss:
Noise Transmission Loss (dB) per Octave Band (HZ)
2 lb. PSF
1 lb. PSF
3/4 lb. PSF
1/2 lb. PSF
Per ASTM: E-90 (90A)
54" W x 60' L
48" W x 60' L
16"W x 100'L & 48"W x
12"W x 200'L & 48"W x
8"W x 300'L & 48"W x
54"W x 60'L
48"W x 25'L
38"W x 45'L
Additional information on tensile, breaking and tear available upon request.
The test results reported were obtained using standard laboratory procedures recognized by the technical community. The data is valid as a measurement of the material under specific controlled test conditions. However, this data does not represent an accurate indicator of the performance of the material or of the hazards which may exist under actual field conditions.
Flexible Noise Barriers in Use
This temporary barrier wall surrounds a drilling operation near a residential neighborhood.
Table showing how the human ear perceives