World Leaders in Noise Reduction Technology
Echo Barrier is the global leading supplier of acoustic solutions for the increasing problem of excessive noise and noise pollution that is affecting people on a daily basis. The Echo Barriers are an International, multi award winning noise mitigation system that provides advanced, market leading solutions to control excessive noise from various sources.
The Echo Barrier H2 Series, is a temporary acoustic barrier and has been designed by people with over 30 years of practical experience in the noise control field. Through this unique acoustic expertise, Echo Barrier & Supply Force can ensure that we are able to provide you with a solution tailored to your needs.
Echo Barriers ensure that noise management is fast, simple and highly effective. We provide solutions for noise reduction relating to the following applications:
The Echo Barriers are flexible, and produced using innovative, patented technology. They are easy to store, transport and install, and able to provide the most cost effective solution to noise pollution issues.
Furthermore, the commercial advantages of noise reduction are extensive and include extending site operational hours, resulting in reduced operational costs, as well as minimizing noise complaints, improving company reputation through controlling public awareness of works facilitating an improved working environment.
Unwanted noise from construction sites, utilities maintenance and rail engineering projects is becoming more and more of a problem for contractors and site managers as complaints from affected local communities is on the rise. If works are delayed because of complaints and don’t finish on time they can cause the involved parties thousands of dollars in fines, so it really is important to include noise reduction solutions into your site management plans.
While noise barriers can ensure works finish on time, they can also help reduce the amount of days needed to complete a project, by extending site operating hours. If the noise being produced by a site is dramatically reduced, it can be possible for work to take place later into the evening or start earlier in the morning as the effect on nearby people is minimised.
Not only is excessive noise a problem for those living and working nearby, it can also be detrimental to the health of employees who are working on site and who are continuously exposed to loud noise. It has been scientifically proven that, along with noise and hearing issues such as tinnitus, exposure to loud noise can also lead to stress and lack of sleep, eventually resulting in heart problems in severe cases