Strong and secure
A cost-effective acoustic barrier system, SoundBarrier is an alternative to precast concrete that is 30% cheaper, whilst also reducing crane sizes, traffic blockages and maximises truck utilisation.
The panels in the SoundBarrier system contain caged steel with an anti-corrosion protection layer for maximum strength and durability. These panels are non-combustible and are placed horizontally between or against galvanised steel columns in concrete pier foundations and held in place by galvanised steel angles or plates.
Offering design freedom and flexibility, Soundbarrier panels can be factory routed providing an attractive urban landscape, making it a smart choice for your next acoustic barrier.
Fast construction times
Highly fire resistant
Superior acoustic performance
High sustainability values
Hebel Soundbarrier Panels – 100mm & 125mm – Non Cuttable (Non-stocked standard. Lead times apply) – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY
- 3000x300x100mm T&G2M5
- 3000x600x100mm T&G2M5
- 4000x300x100mm T&G2M5
- 4000x600x100mm T&G2M5
- 4000x300x125mm T&G2M10
- 4000x600x125mm T&G2M10
T&G=Tongue & Groove; 2M=Caged; 5=5mm Bevel; 10=10mm Bevel
Note: Panels are non-cuttable ie.made to length
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- MSDS Files
The CSR Hebel Technical Manual has been prepared as a source of information to provide general guidance to consultants.
The contents of the Technical Manual are provided with consideration to and in accordance with the relevant Australian standards, legislative requirements and building regulations. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the information provided in this manual is appropriate and similarly conforms to the relevant New Zealand Standards, legislative requirements and building regulations.
Use of Technical Manual for Hebel AAC Block Structures
In New Zealand, AAC block structures require specific engineering design. Such design must be undertaken by a suitably qualified structural engineer. Furthermore, specification of control joint requirements & locations in Hebel AAC block structures must be assessed and verified by the structural engineer with consideration to the information within the Technical Manual and to the relevant masonry block Standards and Codes of Practice existing in New Zealand, specifically with reference to seismic design.