Noise Control

Noise Control is an important aspect to consider when building large stretches of road near residential areas. Not only can it help us litigate legal issues regarding our project, however the use of Noise Control structures also promote good design practices that reduce noise pollution for the environment.

Effective Noise Control comes down to the efficient placement of noise resistant walls or structures along our roads. Our walls can comprise of high columns of concrete in the form of structural form liners, however there are also materials that sufficiently absorb noise and vibration in an effective and cheap manner.

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Noise Control Products

CNC-Graphic Formliners

CNC technology allows graphical representations to be produced using line structures of different local density and depth. This is based on a relatively homogeneous basic structure

Photo-Engraving Formliners

The Photo-Engraving Process is a computer-based method for transferring image data onto sheet materials by means of milling technology. First an image template is scanned and converted into 256 grey scales.

Custom-Made Formliners

The RECKLI system is a modern and economic method for producing patterned and textured concrete finishes in either insitu or pre-cast methods.

Formliners

Formliners come in a range of decorative shapes & textures. Reckli formliners are perfect when you need repetitive & consistent results. Formliners are ideal for attractive surface modulation and shaping of exposed concrete.

EnvoQuiet™ Noise Abatement Fencing

The EnvoQuiet™ Noise Abatement Fencing provides a 20dB noise reduction at an economical price.

Noise Control Suppliers

RECKLI are suppliers of Rubber Moulds & Form-Liners for patterns on concrete panels & other concrete elements. RECKLI offers flexible & ...

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Envorinex are manufacturers of virgin and recycled plastic products by either extrusion or injection moulding. We provide a recycling ...

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