Provides good impact resistance and complies with BB93 Acoustics for Schools to create appropriate reverberation times for learning environments.
A tough concealed reinforcing mesh applied between the stone wool and the finished surface acts as a resilient impact resistant membrane – this combined with the strong latex covered edges ensures that Scholar is a tough and durable, fire safe, acoustic ceiling tile.
The use of Rockfon Scholar can enhance the performance and durability of areas in schools and can contribute towards compliance with Approved Document E and Building Bulletin 93, 'Acoustics for Schools. Scholars’. High sound absorption ensures appropriate reverberation times.
Scholar ceilings make a significant contribution to acoustic comfort in education sector spaces and the creation of ‘all inclusive’, flexible use, future proof buildings.
Micro-textured white reinforced fleece
600 x 600 x 20 mm
600 x 600 x 40 mm
1200 x 600 x 20 mm
1200 x 600 x 40 mm
1800 x 600 x 20 mm
1800 x 600 x 40 mm
2100 x 600 x 20 mm
2100 x 600 x 40 mm
|Uniclass 2015||Mineral fibre infill units (Pr_35_93_13_53)|
600 x 600 mm
1200 x 600 mm
1800 x 600 mm
2100 x 600 mm
20 mm thickness only.
2400 x 600 mm
700 x 700 x 200 mm
1300 x 700 x 200 mm
|Standard product features|
To ISO 11654: 0.90 αw. Class A.
Reaction to fire:
To BS EN 13501-1, Class A1.
Some sizes and edge details of Rockfon® Scholar™ can be used with various Chicago Metallic grids and Rockfon systems to create a 60 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 – consult manufacturer for details.
Humidity resistance and dimensional stability:
In accordance with EN 12667: Minimum thickness 30 mm, measured λD = 37 W/mK.
Rockfon tiles with A-edge can be demounted.
Awarded the Finnish M1 emission classification for building materials and the Danish Indoor Climate Label for low VOC emission products.
Compatible edges, grids and systems: