Acoustic ceiling insulation is an important consideration for many new builds and renovations – where reducing sound transfer between adjacent spaces helps enrich modern living.
Within a building, it can protect apartments and offices from noise above, as well as insulating those that sit above car parks from loud vehicle noise below. It can also limit sound passing to and from converted basements in residential properties.
Often installers create a suspended acoustic ceiling, using a metal or wooden framework, and filled with insulation material. In car park ceiling applications, stone wool slabs are mechanically fixed to the floor or used as loose panel formwork during concrete pouring.
Find out how ROCKWOOL products and applications can improve comfort and privacy today.