Providing high sound absorption at low frequencies and low sound absorption at high frequencies
Install with Koral for optimum acoustics
Stone wool tile
Visible side: special, micro-textured white painted fleece
Rear side: back fleece
Reaction To Fire - A1 (EN 13501-1) -
Reaction to fire is classified in accordance with EN 13501-1.
Fire Resistance - The fire resistant properties of stone wool ensure Rockfon ceiling tiles provide fire protection in construction. The fire protection properties of Rockfon ceilings have been tested and classified in accordance with European norm EN 13501-2 and/or national norms depending on requirements in national building codes.
Some sizes and edge details of Rockfon Koral Tenor can be used with various Chicago Metallic grids and Rockfon systems to create a 30 minutes fire protecting ceiling in accordance with BS 476 Part 21 and Part 23. They can also be used to create a 30 minutes fire protecting membrane ceiling (integrity only) in accordance with BS 476 Part 22.
The stone wool core of ROCKFON products is non-combustible with a melting point of more than 1000°C and provides fire protection. Some ROCKFON ceilings have been tested and classified in accordance with European norm EN 13501-2 and/or national norms.
Humidity And Sag Resistance - Up to 100% RH.
No visible deflection in high humidity -
ROCKFON ceiling tiles are dimensionally stable even at humidity levels of up to 100% relative humidity and can be installed at all temperatures ranging from 0°C to 40°C. They can be installed during the very early stage of the build (when windows are not fully sealed).