Australian Rollforming Manufacturers’ deep rib steel noise wall systems are widely used alongside motorways and other major road and rail systems to provide unique sound deadening barriers that are also aesthetically appealing, blending in and complementing the surrounding landscape.
Australian Rollforming Manufacturers’ noise walls are designed to withstand considerable wind loads, and they provide a number of advantages over other materials and systems:
- Superior sound attenuation qualities
- Aesthetical appeal
- Flexibility with design
- Ease and speed of installation
- Low maintenance
- Long lifespan
The noise wall panels are typically rollformed into a 60mm or 90mm deep trapezoidal profile from pre-galvanised or weathered steel in 1.6mm, 2.5mm and 3.0mm steel thicknesses.
Other thicknesses and profiles are also available in a variety of materials, including Colorbond, Corten, stainless steel and aluminium, to suit specific project and design requirements.
Where a highly aesthetically appealing appearance is required for both sides of the noise wall and/or where an even higher level of sound attenuation is required, double sided sections can be provided.
Australian Rollforming Manufacturers were awarded the 2010 prestigious Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Award for Australian Steel Innovation for the noise walls that were supplied to the Deer Park Bypass project in Victoria.
Depending on the design of the wall, the panels can be laid horizontally, vertically or at any other angle to achieve the desired architectural appearance, and each panel is mitre cut and pre-punched to very tight tolerances to match the structural members of the wall.
Australian Rollforming Manufacturers’ noise wall systems are available either as a complete package, which includes the panels and the supporting structural members, or the panels can be supplied separately.