Tag: noise reduction

Keeping the noise down with sheer ingenuity

We never cease to be amazed by the sheer ingenuity of our customers and of our own fabrication teams in meeting the often quite intricate requirements of our customers. In this case, the project was in Horwich near Bolton at a furniture factory which needed to suppress the noise of extraction plant for people living nearby. No… Read more »

Good fences make good neighbours

We are well used to our acoustic fencing panels being installed close to road, railways and industrial activity but we’re finding them increasingly being installed to reduce noise in a domestic setting.  Here are some double sided panels which, because they’re for a local resident in Bishop’s Castle, we not only manufactured but also installed…. Read more »

The sound of silence for some more Scottish residents

  This load of acoustic fencing panels is bound for developments adjacent to the M8 near Glasgow where housing and other facilities are built close to the road. The installation is being undertaken by Mulligan Fencing, who are one of the most respected contractors of their kind. Our panels are all tested in accordance with current relevant British… Read more »

Containing the noise from the car wash

These Ransford acoustic fencing panels have been installed around the carwash at the Asda superstore in Redditch to contain the noise created by the carwash itself and the ancillary equipment. The panels were installed by Procter Contracts who have developed an excellent reputation for carrying out work like this to a very high standard. “It… Read more »

Full steam ahead on the Bicester line

The Bicester to Oxford collaboration is a large railway engineering project which includes building a new one kilometre section of railway to connect the Bicester Town to Oxford line to the Chiltern main line, widening the existing track bed and doubling over 18km of track. It is expected to deliver a wide range of economic… Read more »