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Tuf-Barrier (Reflective)


AILs Tuf-Barrier reflective sound wall systems lead the industry in strength and performance.


With an overall density of more than four pounds per square foot, and able to withstand a considerable wind live load; AIL’s Tuf-Barrier reflective sound wall system is known for its strength and sound reduction performance.

Tuf-Barrier’s smooth surface reflects unwanted noise back toward the source and beyond.


  • Cost-effective
  • Quick and easy-to-install
  • Maintenance-free
  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Will not rust, rot, or stain
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Wind load tested up to +140 mph (+225 kph)
  • Designed to meet AASHTO, CSA and EN noise wall guidelines
  • Impervious to rain, snow, ice and sleet
  • Graffiti and tagging can be easily removed

Cost-effective solutions for:

  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Institutional
  • Municipal
  • Utilities
  • Power Generation
  • Roof Top Mechanical Systems
  • Highways
  • Railways
  • Bridges
  • Oil & Gas

Ideal for reflecting noise in heavy traffic areas and neighbourhoods.

AIL Sound Walls’ Tuf-Barrier reflective sound barrier wall system is constructed of tongue and groove PVC panels. Panels are stacked and placed within standard steel posts to the required height and capped with a top panel.

    • PVC reflective sound barrier wall system
    • Blocks and reflects unwanted noise
    • Graffiti and tagging can be easily removed
    • Textured finishes available

    AIL Sound Walls are available in a variety of attractive colours.





    Honey Maple

    Green Teak

    Due to differences in computer and mobile screens, colours may not be exactly as shown. Product Colour Samples are available upon request.



    NRC-TBSTC – Sound Transmission Class
    STC is a single-number index used to rate the material’s ability to reflect noise and to reduce the decibel level.

    NRC – Noise Reduction Coefficient

    NRC is a single-number index rating used to determine how absorptive the material is. Industry standard ranges from zero to 1. An absorptive sound wall reduces the sound energy that would typically reflect back toward the sound source and has a higher decibel reduction.

    Lightweight and easy-to-install, Tuf-Barrier reflective sound barrier wall systems block and reflect unwanted noise.

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