Coarse textured spray applied finish. Ideal for use in sports halls, stadia, auditoria, night clubs, bars, factories, warehouses, etc.
Acoustic spray for ceilings and walls above 2 metres.
Noise reduction insulation spray ideal for use in offices, public spaces, stadia, sports halls, auditoria, stadiums, night clubs/bars, factories, warehouses etc.
Please note that it is important not to use moisture resistant plasterboard as this can cause staining of wet applied products. Oil based stain barrier paints can be used to prevent this. Please consult Oscar Acoustics for more information.
A minimum of 12.5mm thick plasterboard, installed to British Gypsum specification should be used.
Acoustic spray application by Oscar Acoustics trained in-house teams. Consult Oscar Acoustics for relevant acoustic spray preparation details.
A deliberately industrial, coarsely textured, seamless spray applied acoustic spray finish for reverberation control.
Coarse textured compressible surface coating. Naturally safe recycled cellulose fibre with low embodied energy. Can be disposed of as non-hazardous waste.
An excellent alternative to acoustic panel ceilings without design compromise.
Features and benefits:
B-s1,d0 & Class 0 to BS476 - significantly betters the requirements of the new Approved Document B providing little to no smoke and absolutely no droplets, assisting in the safe escape of occupants.
90% of flangeless fittings do not work properly with any acoustic finish. If you are specifying a flangless fitting, please contact Oscar Acoustics for advice.
Acoustic testing has been carried out against concrete. Substrates likely to provide increased performance include plasterboard with the use of an air gap behind, rib deck or profiled metal sheet. Please contact Oscar Acoustics’ technical department for free design assistance.
Recycled high grade.
In accordance with OEL3 Oscar pre-start check list.
Recessed light halos (flanged fitting only).
Water based adhesives.
R 0.03 per mm (W/m·K).
Movement joints - Form with
(Only required when passing over existing movement joints).
Can achieved up to 100 mm thick, typically 25–50 mm to achieve acoustic performance and 75 mm for thermal insulation.
To BS EN ISO 354 at 125 Hz: 0.10, at 250 Hz: 0.40, at 500 Hz: 0.90, at 1 kHz: 0.95, at 2 kHz: 1.00, at 4 kHz: 1.00.
To BS EN ISO 354 at 125 Hz: 0.20, at 250 Hz: 0.55, at 500 Hz: 0.95, at 1 kHz: 1.00, at 2 kHz: 1.00 at 4 kHz: 0.95.
To BS EN ISO 354 at 125 Hz: 0.20, at 250 Hz: 0.65, at 500 Hz: 1.00, at 1 kHz: 1.00, at 2 kHz: 1.00, at 4 kHz: 1.00.
To BS EN ISO 354 at 125 Hz: 0.35, at 250 Hz: 0.80, at 500 Hz: 1.00, at 1 kHz: 1.00, at 2 kHz: 1.00, at 4 kHz: 1.00.
To BS EN ISO 354 at 125 Hz: 0.40, at 250 Hz: 1.00, at 500 Hz: 1.00, at 1 kHz: 1.00, at 2 kHz: 1.00, at 4 kHz: 1.00.
To BS EN ISO 354 at 125 Hz: 0.50, at 250 Hz: 1.00, at 500 Hz: 1.00, at 1 kHz: 1.00, at 2 kHz: 1.00, at 4 kHz: 1.00.
Weighted sound absorption coefficient
50 mm, 70 mm, 76 mm.
Noise reduction coefficient
50 mm, 70 mm, 76 mm.
Country of material origin
Country of product manufacture
SonaSpray fibres are made up of minimum 80% post-consumer recycled high grade paper.
Warringtonfire: Method of test for Fire propagation for products - BS 476 Part 6: 1989 A1: 2009
Warringtonfire: Method for classification of the surface spread of flame of products - BS 476 Part 7: 1997
Warringtonfire: Classification of reaction to fire performance - 13501-1:2007+A1: 2009
Warringtonfire: Classification of reaction to fire performance - EN 13501-1:2007 A1: 2009
Warringtonfire: Compliance with the requirements for A class 0 surface - Class 0 Summary Report