Stone Wool Ceiling Systems Decrease Noise Levels and Improve Speech Intelligibility

ROCKFON stone wool ceiling panels can reach noise reduction coefficients as high as .95.

ROCKFON stone wool ceiling panels can reach noise reduction coefficients as high as .95.

The ROCKFON Group offers a portfolio of acoustic stone wool ceiling systems which includes baffles, islands and ceiling panels that can achieve Noise Reduction Coefficients (NRC) as high as 0.95. Sound-absorbing ROCKFON ceiling products shorten reverberation time, improve speech intelligibility, decrease noise levels and promote privacy.

ROCKFON sound-absorbing acoustic stone wool ceiling systems include:
•ROCKFON Alaska, with an NRC of 0.90, provides sound absorption for open plan offices, classrooms, retail and reception areas.
•ROCKFON Medical Plus, with an NRC of 0.90, provides sound absorption and hygienic properties for medical office buildings, acute care hospitals and eldercare residences.
•ROCKFON Sonar, with an NRC of up to 0.95, provides sound absorption for health care, education and open plan offices.

Available in a wide range of sizes, styles and formats, ROCKFON acoustic ceiling products contribute to commercial projects’ designs, performance and sustainability goals. The panels’ textured white surface delivers light reflectance (0.85 LR) to maximize daylighting and dimensional stability at up to 100 percent relative humidity. Contributing to buildings’ environmental goals, ROCKFON acoustic stone wool ceiling products have earned UL Environment’s GREENGUARD Gold Certification for low-emitting products.

ROCKFON products supplied in North America are supported by a 30-year warranty.

To learn more about ROCKFON Optimized Acoustics, please visit OptimizedAcoustics.com. The website serves as a hub of educational resources and tools on acoustical performance and ceiling systems.

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