Temporary Walls: Silent Space Panels
From: Sharon Villines (sharonsharonvillines.com)
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2013 08:05:08 -0700 (PDT)
Takoma Village does not have these and I haven't seen them in person. Temporary 
walls are visual barriers but most do not actually stop sound. These look very 

SilentSpace Panel is a free-standing flexible wall system. Easily set up. 
Sections join with magnets. Can serve a crash barrier when put along the walls. 
78″ tall. 8′ (57lbs) or 12′(85lbs) long. The panel cores are made of LDPE (low 
density polyethylene) Foam core. LDPE — a durable, lightweight, flexible, solid 
extruded plank. Offers strength, resistance to creep under load, vibration and 
shock absorbency, and water resistance.


Panels roll for storage, with 15ft rolling into 24 inches. Or stand against the 
wall taking 2 inches of space. Wash with soap and water. Punctures are all but 


• ASTM E-84 Tunnel Test (Class A)
• Flame Spread 15
• Smoke Density 30

(Caution: polyethylene foam is combustible and should not be exposed to flame 
or other ignition sources).

Independently tested by Western Electro-Acoustic Laboratory for noise 
reduction. Rated at .80 (Noise Reduction


Colors: French Blue, Pewter, Roan (taupe)

Custom made and non-returnable

Sharon Villines
Takoma Village Cohousing, Washington DC

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