MINERAL FIBRE CEILING TILES

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Rockfon Logic Project

Rockfon Logic

Rockfon® Logic is an easy-to-cut alternative to a plastic-faced plasterboard tile

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Rockfon® Medicare™ Standard

Rockfon MediCare Standard

Rockfon® MediCare® Standard ceiling tiles are suitable for use in healthcare environments.

Product code : 56CGMCS

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Rockfon® Medicare™ Block

Rockfon MediCare Block

Rockfon® MediCare® Block ceiling tiles are specifically designed for use in high-risk, pressurised healthcare environments.

Product code : 56CGMCB

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Rockfon® Medicare™ Plus

Rockfon MediCare Plus

Rockfon MediCare Plus are ceiling tiles suitable for demanding healthcare applications.

Product code : 56CGMCP

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Rockfon® Samson™ Project Image

Rockfon Samson

Rockfon® Samson are highly impact-resistant and are ideal for use in schools and sports facilities.

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Rockfon® Scholar™ Project Image

Rockfon Scholar

Rockfon® Scholar provide good impact resistance to create appropriate reverberation times for learning environments.

Product code : 56CGSC

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Rockfon® Tropic™

Rockfon Tropic

Rockfon Tropic provides enhanced sound absorption, suitable for various commercial applications.

Product code : 56CGT

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Zentia | Armstrong Academy Diploma ceiling tile

Zentia | Armstrong Academy Diploma

The ideal ceiling tile solution for the education sector offering excellent sound acoustics to DFES criteria.

Product code : 56CA01

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Zentia | Armstrong Academy Merit ceiling tile

Zentia | Armstrong Academy Merit

The ideal ceiling tile solution for the education sector offering excellent sound acoustics to DFES criteria.

Product code : 56CA02

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Mineral fibre ceiling tiles offer the broadest range of textures, sizes and shapes and offer good thermal insulation, sound attenuation and fire performance.

Mineral fibre ceiling tiles can control sound transmission through adjacent rooms via a continuous concealed grid. Why not view our range of suspended ceiling systems?