Powerclad Sound Barrier
- Reinforced PVC with an acoustic foam insulate layer
- Suitable for tube & fitting and modular scaffold systems and temporary fences
- Ideal for noise reduction and temporary weather protection
- Conforms to BS 7955*
- Flame retardant to BS 476 Part 12C
||14 to 16 dB (ISO717-1)|
|Standard size||2.0 x 1.2m
2.0 x 3.5m
2.2 x 10m
*NOTE: for BS 7955 compliance, min. tensile strength 630N/50mm, min. eyelet strength 500N, min. fastener strength 500N
Powerclad Sound Barrier is a flame retardant, reinforced insulation and acoustic sheeting for temporary applications, providing an effective system for controlling and conditioning the working environment in both hot and cold climates. Featuring a special sound-absorbing foam, it provides both thermal insulation and sound absorption and helps minimise noise emissions in sensitive environments such as construction sites adjacent to commercial or residential areas.
Flame retardant to BS 476 Part 12C, Powerclad Sound barrier conforms to BS 7955.
Industrial Textiles & Plastics Ltd is ISOQAR Quality Assured and certified to ISO 9001.
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Powerclad Sound Barrier is suitable for all tube & fitting and modular scaffolding systems. Install to BS 8410 Code of practice for lightweight temporary cladding for weather protection and containment on construction works.
Powerclad Insulated Sheeting is normally installed horizontally or vertically on the outside of the scaffold.
We recommend using one bag (100) of Powerclad Powerties elasticated toggle per roll of scaffold sheeting for correct installation.
Certification and Compliance
BS 7955:1999 This British Standard is for: Containment nets and sheets for construction works. Specification for performance and test methods. It specifies the minimum tensile strength of the scaffold sheeting, the eyelet strength and the ties.
BS 476 PART 12C Ignitability by direct flame.