If you wish to implement industrial noise control, please read the following. The cost of an anti-noise wall can be dissuasive, and it is necessary to think carefully about the realization of this type of project. It is, therefore, an investment to plan well in advance. For a practical solution, we must design a wall that runs along all the areas to be protected.

The idea is to place your wall as close as possible to the noise that is to be blocked. Know that a sound barrier that is less than 2 yards wide, except for certain exceptions, is of little or no interest and that the most critical factor is to first define the source of noise and its trajectory in your industrial property. Therefore, the definition of the origin of the sound and the choice of materials are crucial steps. Also, view this link for more data: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noise_control

At the industrial property line, build your wall: its minimum height is between the ground and the shadow line, and know that it must be more than 2 yards high. If you can not place your wall close to the noise zone, it is useless to build this wall. For example, if the space between the noise source and the wall is higher than the space between the wall and the area to be protected then the wall will be less useful.

Low noise levels will not require substantial materials (a wooden fence may be enough) while grave and severe dissonance will compel one to opt for more sturdy materials (bricks or concrete, or even insulated panels with mineral wool or with vegetable fibers). Define the course followed by the acoustic waves. You may or may not need to use a particular anti-UV film depending on the configuration of your industrial property.

As an illustration, if a wall is protected by an overhang, that side of the barrier will not have the sunlight hitting it. The thickness and density of the materials used are two of the factors that will determine the effectiveness of a sound barrier. Remember, the noises generated are sound waves and vibrations propagating in the air and the ground.

Elastic layers such as fibreboard and fiberglass boards, plastic clips, and attachments reduce the transmission of noise. But this remains complex and does not guarantee the effectiveness of the result. A substantial stone wall, on the other hand, will repel the sound and send it back to the source from which it comes. Also, view this link for more data: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound

As an illustration, the nature of the noise may require the realization of an absorbing and non-reflective screen. In order for you to be guaranteed of the effectiveness of your soundproofing process, the wall must fulfill the following criteria: it must be made of insulating materials, it must be built just near the origin of the noises (for example just next to a road), it must not have cracks or discontinuities, and it must have a height of 2 yards or more. The audible noise should also be between 0 dB (the hearing threshold) and 140 dB.