Sonar dB 40
- Enhanced sound insulation as well as sound absorption
- Reduce the transmission of noise from room to room up to 40 dB
- Safest fire class A1 - the safest class possible.
- Can be used in different interiors, where privacy is relevant ( like bigger conference/ meeting rooms, cellular offices, libraries, assembly halls)
- The tile is light and easy to cut
- User- friendly installation
Sonar dB 40 is made from 30mm stone wool with a high-performance membrane on the back which reduces the transmission of noise from room to room. Sonar dB 40 provides enhanced sound insulation as well as a high level of sound absorption.
In addition, its fire classification is A1 – the safest class possible.
Sonar dB 40 has a subtly textured surface, is easy to cut, and with its low weight of 5.0 kg/m² is also easy to install.Jump directly to specification generator
With our Technical Specifications generator you are able to create your own specification within the different products to see how the combination of edges, installation systems, module size etc. affects the acoustic properties. Click on the above link to refine your choice first.
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|E15||600||x||600||x||30||System SY15 (T15)|
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|E24||600||x||600||x||30||System SY24 (T24)|
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Sound absorption is measured in accordance with ISO 354. Sound absorption data αp, αw and absorption class are calculated in accordance with ISO 11654. Sound absorption properties of islands and baffles are quantified by the equivalent sound absorption area AT expressed in m2/item.
Room to room sound insulation
Room-to-room sound insulation Dn,f,w (C;Ctr) is measured in accordance with ISO 10848-2.
Direct sound insulation
Sound reduction index Rw (C;Ctr) is measured in accordance with ISO 140-3.
Reaction to fire
Reaction to fire is classified in accordance with EN 13501-1.
Light reflection expressed in % is measured in accordance with ISO 7724-2.
Humidity and sag resistance
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). Their lightweight yet stable non-hygroscopic character minimises the final weight of the fully-installed ceiling. ROCKFON ceiling tiles are predominantly classified as Class 1/C/0N in accordance with EN 13964. Certain module sizes (width above 700mm) are Class 2/C/0N.
The surface of some ROCKFON products is specially treated to provide enhanced durability and dirt resistance.
Vacuum:Surface can be vacuum cleaned with a soft brush attachment.
Damp cloth:Surface can be cleaned using a damp cloth or sponge with a slightly alkaline detergent (pH between 7 and 9) without alcohol, ammonia or chlorine. This may render the surface slightly shinier, so we recommend cleaning the entire surface evenly.
Steam cleaning:Steam cleaning (twice a year following a protocol defined by experts and using an adapted surface mop).
Resistance to diluted solutions:The surface resists diluted solutions of ammonia, chlorine, quaternary ammonium and hydrogen peroxide
|Low stress: vaccuum, low pressure,
|High stress: high pressure cleaning||Clips|
Surface can be vacuum cleaned with a soft brush attachment.
Surface can be cleaned using a damp cloth or sponge with a slightly alkaline detergent (pH between 7 and 9) without alcohol, ammonia or chlorine. This may render the surface slightly shinier, so we recommend cleaning the entire surface evenly.
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
Thermal conductivity of products with a thickness ≥ 30mm is measured in accordance with EN 12667 and expressed in mW/mK. Thermal resistance is expressed in m2K/W.