Your house and garden are where you relax. People have always highlighted the importance of this by marking off their territory and building fences to protect themselves against anything that might disturb their peace and quiet. Your garden is where you can relax and spend quality time with family and friends. It’s where you play with your children or spend quiet moments reading to them.
An iKoustic NoiStop noise fence protects you against noise from passing cars, buses and trains. It also protects you from noise and disturbance from neighbours and passers-by, as well as shielding you from prying eyes.
The iKoustic NoiStop® noise fence design, featuring a specially developed stone wool core by RockDelta®, that has unique sound-absorbing acoustic properties that effectively dampen and absorb noise, rather than reflecting noise away as with most acoustic fence designs.
All iKoustic NoiStop products are characterized by high sound-absorbent performance and last for a long time, with little or no maintenance required.
These slender, unobtrusive noise fences (also called noise screens) can be used to create a quiet, secluded area in your garden. They are available in different sizes to match surroundings of all kinds. An iKoustic NoiStop fence means you can enjoy all these relaxing activities in a quieter, less stressful environment, boosting your quality of life in the precious moments when you can spend time on your own or with your nearest and dearest.
How tall does the Acoustic Fence Barrier need to be? Ideally, an Acoustical Engineer will advise on the optimum height for the barrier. But a basic rule of thumb for barrier height is: Any noise barrier should be at least as tall as the line-of-sight between the noise source and the receiver, plus 30%. So if the line-of-sight is 3m high, then the barrier should be at least 3.9m tall for best performance.
Where should I place the Acoustic Fence Barrier? Again, such matters are best left to an Acoustical Engineer to determine if possible. Generally speaking, a noise barrier should be as close to the noise source as possible, while allowing for suitable access and air flow for the equipment.