We are thrilled to announce the launch of six new products into the market. Using a new and improved acoustic foam, the new range of products have better noise reduction performance than their predecessor the Echo H2, they are lightweight and are also more adaptable for a bigger range of work sites.
The team at Echo Barrier is delighted to have launched a new website to cope with the increased demand for services across the globe. The site, which includes a full product range with technical specifications, sector by sector tips and advice, up to date news and details of distributors worldwide is now live.
We have spent lots of time recently testing and innovating to ensure our products are always performing at their optimum. In October we took a range of products up to the MIRA testing centre at Nuneaton in Warwickshire to go through a series of stringent wind tests.
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. 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.
Noise reduction experts Echo Barrier have secured a deal with US giant United Rentals, which will see their award-winning acoustic barriers becoming available across the globe.
USA NEWS: Echo Barrier and United Rentals sign exclusive agreement for product distribution throughout the United States and Canada
Echo Barrier USA (Echo Barrier) is pleased to announce an exclusive agreement with United Rentals, Inc. (NYSE: URI) for the distribution of Echo Barrier products in United Rentals branches in the United States and Canada.
Echo Barrier have been delighted to provide noise reduction solutions to Morrison Utility Services recently, for a project which was located right in the centre of a bustling high street. Site Manager Pat Birrane knew that the works, which included digging up part of Knowle High Street in Solihull, would attract concern about noise from local people, so he wanted to ensure that the company went the extra mile to be a considerate company. The project was on behalf of Western power Distribution (WPD) who were carrying out the installation of 2 x 11000volt cables. These cables, which were needed to increase electrical capacity, stretched from Copt Heath Primary Substation, situated near J5 of the M42, for 8.5km, to the Jaguar Land Rover site at Honiley.