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Rockfon® Eclipse™

Rockfon Eclipse is an innovative acoustic island which offers new opportunities of correcting acoustics while bringing a whole new aesthetical dimension to the room. It can be used alone when a traditional suspended ceiling cannot be used (glass roof, historical buildings…) or as a complement to an existing ceiling for retrofitting purposes.

Trendy and stylish, Rockfon Eclipse is available in square, rectangular and aesthetical shapes in order to bring a solution to any kind of room configuration. Frameless, it offers a sharp edge underlined by a subtle and elegant bevel. Aesthetical shapes come with a minimalistic straight edge. Its smooth white surface is very longlasting and ensures a perfect reflexion of light and heat (energy saving). Suspension accessories were also developed with design in mind. Modern and very sober they give the impression that the islands are floating in the air.

Just like every other Rockfon solution, Rockfon Eclipse offers the highest performance in sound absorption and contributes to reducing reverberation time and ambient sound level. Rockfon Eclipse therefore enables to reach the optimal level of acoustic comfort. Sound absorption is optimised thanks to the product absorbing on both sides.

Rockfon Eclipse is made of stone wool and therefore offers an excellent behaviour to fire and humidity resistance.

Rockfon Eclipse also enables to bring acoustic correction to premises using thermal mass by enabling the air to flow freely in the room. Thanks to its numerous qualities, Rockfon Eclipse fully complies with stringent requirements in terms of protection of the Environment. It is recyclable and is also stamped with the Danish Indoor Climate Label.

Fast and easy to install, Rockfon Eclipse is a very competitive island solution.

Product description:

Rockfon Eclipse is an acoustic island made of a 40mm stone wool panel. The visible side is covered with a painted glass fleece which offers a nice smooth white surface. The back side of the island is covered with a white acoustical fleece providing excellent light and heat reflexion. The edges are painted.

Installation:

The installation of Rockfon Eclipse acoustic islands can be done with Rockfon spiral anchors and Rockfon Eclipse suspension system. Please refer to Rockfon Eclipse installation guide for further information.

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All rectangle and square Rockfon Eclipse in custom colours are only available in a Be-edge.
Size 2360 x 1160 x 40 is only available in custom colours on one side.
Contact us for special shapes, colours, sizes, lead times and minimum quantities.

Technical data

Sound absorption

The sound absorption property of islands and baffles is quantified using the equivalent sound absorption area Aeq expressed as m2 per item. The Aeq value is measured in accordance with the ISO 11654. This is the area of a fictive absorbing surface of αw = 1.00 which would absorb the same amount of sound as the tested island or baffle.

Reaction to fire

ROCKFON products have a core of stone wool. Stone wool is non-combustible with a melting point of more than 1000°C. Reaction to fire is classified in accordance with EN 13501-1.

Light reflection and light diffusion

Humidity and sag resistance

Rockfon® Eclipse™ is dimensionally stable even at humidity levels of up to 100% RH and can be installed at all temperatures ranging from 0ºC to 40°C. No acclimatisation is necessary.

Corrosion resistance: The spiral anchors used to fix Rockfon® Eclipse™ consist of stainless steel type 1.4401 (grade 316) which offers an extra high resistance to corrosion under normal conditions and are suitable for application in class C3 areas (EN-ISO 12944-2). This type of stainless steel is typically used in food processing or brewery equipments, chemical and petrochemical industries, laboratory benches & equipment, medical implants. Rockfon® Eclipse™ should not be used in swimming pools or outdoors.

Cleaning

Hygiene

Stone wool provides no sustenance to the following microorganisms tested in accordance with JIS Z 2801:2000 and ASTM C 1338-96:

  • Eschericia coli
  • Staphylococcus aureus
  • Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  • Stachybotrys chartarum
  • Penicillium brevicumpactum
  • Alternaria tenuissima
  • Aspergillus niger
  • Sporobolomyces roseum
  • Rhodotorula rubra

Surface durability

The surface of some ROCKFON products is specially treated to provide enhanced durability and dirt resistance.

Visual appearance

Environment

Indoor environment

Datasheet and brochures

Rockfon® Eclipse™
Rockfon Eclipse New: DoP-RFN-0159-041-2
Rockfon Eclipse New Rectangle 2360: DoP-RFN-0160-041-2

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