Noistop Steel

Effective and durable CE®-tested noise fences with a galvanized steel frame for climbing plants.

Fitting solution

The Noistop Steel fence was the first in a series of modular noise fences.

The galvanized steel frame makes the fence maintenance-free, and the acoustic stone wool core is covered with decorative green polythene netting.

The frame can serve as a trellis for climbing plants, enabling you to create a pleasant, colourful garden environment.

The slimline modules are available in different sizes, making it easy to fit them in between trees and bushes already in your garden.

The modules can be installed between wooden or steel posts, depending on the surroundings or the look you would like to achieve.

Add beautiful colours to your garden

Noistop Steel is available in up to five standard colours.
The maintenance-free Noistop Steel fence helps you get creative and add a personal touch of colour to your surroundings.

Steel

RAL 6005

RAL 7016

RAL 9005

RAL 9010

  • Steel (galvanized)

  • Moss green – RAL 6005

  • Anthracite grey – RAL 7016

  • Black – RAL 9005

  • White – RAL 9010

Flexibility through different module sizes

The noise fence consists of different sized sections, which makes it easy for you to erect the fence yourself. The fence has a noise-absorbing core within a galvanized steel frame, which is a perfect trellis for climbing plants.

The following module sizes are available depending on the color/design:

Dimensions (LxHxW) per element

  • 100 x 100/090/045 x 11 cm

  • 200 x 100/090/060/045 x 11 cm

  • 300 x 060/040 x 11 cm

With a depth of 11 cm, the modules can be mounted on e.g. 100 x 100 mm steel posts or larger. Installation is very straightforward: Just screw the modules onto the posts using the pre-drilled brackets.

Specifications

Acoustic fence made of steel, ROCKWOOL stone wool (core and acoustic material) and green PE netting.

Product Dimensions
Length (cm)
Height (cm)
Width (cm)
Weight pr. element (kg)
Elements per pallet
100
100
11
30
20
100
90
11
27
20
100
45
11
13,5
40
200
100
11
60
10
200
90
11
53,5
10
200
60
11
36
10
200
45
11
27
20
300
60
11
52,5
20 or 10
300
40
11
36
20
Technical Features
Insulation
22dB according to EN 1793-2 (B2)
Absorption
8dB according to EN 1793-1 (A3)
Decorative surface
PE Netting (Polythene)
Galvanization thickness
70 mµ according to ISO 1461
Wind load test
Tested to maximum load 2.49 kN/m2 according to EN1794-1

Accessories

03

Adjustment Kits

Adjustment Kits

05

Supports

Supports

Downloads

Please find below our list of flyers, installation guides and product sheets.

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Find the right plants for your Noistop fence

The shown plants below can be recommended in connection with the installation of a Noistop noise fence. You should of course consider the soil conditions, water availability, light as well as orientation (North/East/South/West) and maintenance. We recommend that you contact a local gardener, who has knowledge about the local conditions.

Vines and climbing plants are increasingly popular in many gardens, and are very suitable for growing up a noise fence. The plants can grow high up the fence and thus ensure a green covering, even in small gardens with limited space. This is why noise fencing can help to create a sense of space – in addition to a quieter garden.

Hedera Helix/Ivy

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Will also grow in full sun. Tolerates a wide range of soils, but prefers rich loams.

Climbing Hydrangea

Climbing hydrangeas need a rich, moist soil that is well-drained. If your soil needs improvement, dig in a generous amount of compost before planting. The vine grows well in full sun or partial shade.

Fallopia Baldschuanica

Best grown in well-dained sandly loams with regular moisture in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Plants are less apt to spread invasively in poor, lean soils.

Vine

Grape vines not only produce sweet and versatile fruits, they add an element of drama to a garden or landscape. They are vigorous growers, and with the proper pruning, they will produce fruit with ease and can last longer than 30 years.

Clematis "Montana"

Clematis montana is the best known of the early summer-flowering species, and has neat, flat, circular flowers about 4cm across in May and June. It isn't demanding special soil, as long as it gets fairly good light.

Climbing Rose "New Dawn"

A deservingly popular rose. Grow in full sun with fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil. For best flowering apply a balanced fertiliser and mulch in late winter or early spring and a balanced fertiliser again in early summer. Tolerant of poor soil, shade and a north aspect.

Address
ROCKWOOL Danmark A/S
Hovedgaden 501, DK-2640 Hedehusene
Denmark

Contact
Tel: (+45) 4656 1616
noistop@rockwool.com

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