6 September 2016
<p>Noise reduction experts Echo Barrier have announced that a new and improved version of the H20 Acoustic Enclosure will be made available to the market at the start of September.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.echobarrier.co.uk/news-articles/echo-barrier-releases-new-improved-enclosure-market/">Echo Barrier releases new and improved noise enclosure</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.echobarrier.co.uk">Echo Barrier</a>.</p>
Feedback from contractors and users indicated that they often needed a mobile noise enclosure with a roof design that allowed for the easy use of larger breakers. As a result of this feedback, the updated H20 enclosure now not only includes an innovative roof, but it also includes a window for improved visibility.
The window has been included in the new design to improve the safety of those who are lone working inside the tent, allowing them to see out and colleagues to see in.
The new roof has been designed to assist those using breakers or other machinery, as the standard roof was proving tricky to manoeuvre inside.
The standard H20 will continue to be available alongside the new and improved version.
Peter Wilson, technical director at Echo Barrier said: “We work closely with contractors and the end users and welcome feedback as part of our commitment to a process of continuous product development. This ensures that we are always at the forefront of innovation in the field of noise control.
“Our design and development team have worked hard to take on board all of the feedback and come up with a new and improved enclosure which ticks as many boxes as possible.”
The Acoustic Enclosure range has all of the noise reduction benefits of the award winning H2 barrier and are ideal for working internally or next to high-rise buildings. They are mounted on wheels and so fully mobile, and have a lightweight yet robust frame which is easy and quick to install.
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