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Tranquility in the city? It’s yours when you surround yourself with stone wool acoustic solutions.
Our products are present in all aspects of modern living
Noise & acoustic comfort
The Royal Arena in Copenhagen is hosting thousands of people for concerts, sports, and other cultural events.
ROCKWOOL insulation and acoustic products contribute to creating enjoyable guest experiences – as well as to the sustainability and recyclability of the building
Rapid development is leading to swiftly rising energy demand across Africa. Ensuring that solar energy is not lost through poor insulation is key to the success of solar plants.
To deliver this, ROCKWOOL Technical Insulation is providing several thousand square metres of wire mats, pipe sections and slab insulation.
The BIOROCK system uses Lapinus materials to filter domestic effluent into a quality clean enough for discharge into the environment. The system has been installed in hundreds of off-grid locations around the world, working silently without the need for external electricity and requiring minimal maintenance.
BIOROCK showed 99 percent cleaning efficiency at a holiday home in South Africa.
Noise & acoustic comfort
Architects at Bersepadu Selatan, the main long distance bus terminal in the city, were looking for a roof that would keep 52,000 daily passengers cool, while also blocking out bus noise and meeting world-class fire standards.
ROCKWOOL roof insulation was the ideal solution to keep passengers comfortable at Kuala Lumpur’s main bus terminal.
Around three quarters of greenhouse gas emissions in New York City come from buildings, 90 percent of which is from heating and cooling.
Marriott selected ROXUL insulation for its planned downtown hotel due to its energy efficiency, fire and water barrier properties.
Rockfon acoustic stone wool ceiling panels and suspension systems are helping the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus meet LEED Gold building standards.
As well as meeting high sustainability criteria such as recycled content, the panels also absorb noise, vital for spaces like this where people gather and converse in groups.