Rockwool Infill

Rockwool Infill

Rockwool, as the name implies is made by melting diabase rock mixed with coke and limestone, then converted to fibers. The raw material dia- base (basalt rock) is a pure volcanic material which is millions of years old. Rockwool is classified as an inorganic material and has an excellent resistance to high temperatures and possesses superior acoustic properties.

Other important properties are as follow:
– Water Absorption tested according to BS2972: – Section 12 and ASTM C-209
– Thermal Conductivity in accordance with BS 874, – equivalent ASTM C-177/C 518
– Sound Absorption in accordance with BS 3638 & ISO 354, – equivalent ASTM C 423
– Non-combustible in accordance with BS 476: Part 4 1970 and – ASTM E-136, Class A to ASTM E-84

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