Thermal-acoustic insulation RW3
rock woolrigid panelwall

thermal-acoustic insulation
thermal-acoustic insulation
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rock wool
rigid panel
wall, for roofs, for flooring, for ceilings
Technical characteristics
Fire Class
Class A1
Thermal conductivity

0.034 W/(m.K)


Max.: 100 mm (3.94 in)

Min.: 25 mm (0.98 in)


An all round performer ROCKWOOL RW3 is a robust insulation solution for a range of general building projects as well as specialist specifications such as commercial, leisure, industrial and more. The insulation provides excellent acoustic, thermal and fire performance ROCKWOOL RW3 has been developed for thermal, acoustic and fire performance in a range of construction types. RW3 is made up of high-quality resin bonded slabs in a variety of thicknesses and densities. Specialist facings are available to order to meet the specifications of unique projects. The ROCKWOOL slabs can be applied to an array of general building applications for acoustic and thermal insulation of partition walls, ceilings, floors and roofs. The multi-use solution is well suited for easy application throughout constructions. RW3 is rated Euroclass A1 non-combustible, providing the highest level of fire performance. Using RW3 in ceilings, walls and floors can help to compartmentalise rooms, reducing fire spread and damage. RW3 insulation slabs achieve Lambda 0.034 W/mK and are available in eight standard thicknesses from 25-100mm, with a density of 60 kg/m3. Accreditations: Euroclass A1 Non-combustible Compliance - - BS EN 13162, ISO 14001 - Reaction to fire - - Euroclass A1 - Thermal conductivity - - 0.034 W/mK - Water repellent - - Water Repellent - Water vapour resistance - - Negligable


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