Mineral wool suspended ceiling AMF THERMATEX® Symetra Rg 4-16 / 4 x 4
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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
mineral wool
Type
tile
Technical characteristics
acoustic, flame-retardant, water-repellent
Aesthetics
perforated
Thickness

15 mm, 19 mm (0.591 in)

Width

Max.: 2,000 mm (79 in)

600 mm, 625 mm (24 in)

Min.: 1,200 mm (47 in)

Length

300 mm, 600 mm, 625 mm (12 in)

Description

The THERMATEX® Symetra Rg 4-16/4 x 4, like all tiles in the Symetra range, impresses with its uniform drilled holes and outstanding values in acoustics. It features a so-called block perforation. Uniform breaks in the rows of perforations result in a grid-like pattern of four by four perforations. The result is an accurate, well-ordered surface design ideal for use in show rooms, amongst other applications. The result is an accurate, well-ordered surface design ideal for use in show rooms, amongst other applications. Attributes / Features Building material class: A2-s1, d0 according to DIN EN 13501-01 Fire-resistance class: F30 - F90 according to DIN 4102 part 2 (according to test certificate)REI30 - REI90 according to EN 13501 part 2 (according to test certificate) Sound absorption: DIN EN ISO 354αw = 0,50 according to DIN EN ISO 11654NRC=0,50 according to ASTM C 423 Humidity resistance: up to 90% relative humidity Light reflection: for white similar to RAL 9010 glare-free approx. 87% Thermal conductivity: λ = 0,052-0,057 W/mK according to DIN 52612 Colour: White similar to RAL 9010;

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