February 22, 2013

SoftSound Noise Barrier Wall Passes Flame Spread Test

MIDLAND, VA. - Easi-Set Worldwide recently announced that its proprietary sound-absorptive noise wall product - SoftSound - passed the "flame spread" test. The test was performed in accordance with ASTM E84 Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials using the 25' tunnel method. This is just one of a battery of successful environmental tests that have been performed on the SoftSound product to ensure its acceptance by state and provincial authorities. SoftSound has an NRC rating of 0.80, passed the 300+freeze/thaw cycle test, has a minimum MOR (modulus of rupture) of 170psi, an STC of 50 and OITC of 45. In addition, the noise barrier wall product meets salt spray and stain requirements. The SoftSound product is approved for use by both the Commonwealth of Virginia and the state of Maryland and has been installed on major highways in both jurisdictions.

What is SoftSound?

SoftSound is an environmentally friendly and 100% recyclable wood-chip based product that is durable under all weather conditions, and is resistant to rotting, decay, mildew or mold build-up, insect nesting, vermin, termites, and combustion.

For more information please call (540) 439-8911 or visit www.easiset.com.