Mineral wool suspended ceiling DESIGN : THERMATEX® VARIOLINE
woodentileacoustic

mineral wool suspended ceiling
mineral wool suspended ceiling
mineral wool suspended ceiling
mineral wool suspended ceiling
mineral wool suspended ceiling
mineral wool suspended ceiling
mineral wool suspended ceiling
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Characteristics

Material
wooden, mineral wool
Type
tile
Technical characteristics
acoustic, flame-retardant, water-repellent
Thickness

19 mm (0.748 in)

Description

THERMATEX® Varioline Wood is a fleece-coated, highly absorbing acoustic tile. The class A sound absorber fulfils high acoustic requirements as well as important physical properties in fire protection and hygiene. The sophisticated product design enables uncomplicated handling and installation. The high quality acoustic fleece also gives an elegant optic and is applied with a wood décor in a trendy wood surface. Attributes / Features Building material class: A2-s1, d0 according to DIN EN 13501-01 Fire-resistance class: Standard: F30 - F90 according to DIN 4102 part 2 (according to test certificate)REI30 - REI90 according to EN 13501 part 2 (according to test certificate) Fire-resistance class: Acoustic: F30 according to DIN 4102 part 2 (according to test certificate)REI30 according to EN 13501 part 2 (according to test certificate)SF: F30 according to DIN 4102 part 2 (according to test certificate)REI30 according to EN 13501 part 2 (according to test certificate) Sound absorption: DIN EN ISO 354Standard: αw = 0,95(H) according to DIN EN ISO 11654NRC= 0,90 according to ASTM C 423 Acoustic: αw = 0,65 according to DIN EN ISO 11654NRC= 0,70 according to ASTM C 423 SF: αw = 0,65(H) according to DIN EN ISO 11654NRC= 0,70 according to ASTM C 423

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