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Stone Wool Monolithic Ceiling Systems

Rockfon presents an addition to its North American portfolio range: Rockfon® Mono® Acoustic ceiling systems. This stone wool monolithic ceiling solution creates a smooth, seamless, uninterrupted surface with best-level sound-absorption. For years, these products have inspired European architects, design professionals and their clients. Now, they are available in select regions of North America supported with qualified, certified installers. These areas currently include the U.S. Northeast and Texas, and Ontario, with more being added.


Rockfon Mono Acoustic systems combine high-end aesthetic appeal with the high-performance benefits of stone wool, including acoustic comfort with a Noise Reduction Coefficient up to 0.95, Class A fire protection, healthy indoor air quality, high light reflectance, moisture and sag resistance and long-lasting durability. Stone wool naturally resists moisture, mold and mildew, and gives no sustenance to microorganisms. Rockfon Mono Acoustic ceiling panels have earned UL® Environment GreenGuard certification for low VOC emissions.


The modern, clean, visually continuous Rockfon Mono Acoustic ceilings are well-suited for flat or curved applications with direct-mount or suspended installations in either newly built or renovated commercial interiors. They also may be used for angled and arched transitions and also on sloped or vertical walls.
A choice of three Rockfon Mono Acoustic tapered edge ceiling systems are offered: Rockfon® Mono® Acoustic TE attaches to Chicago Metallic™ Drywall Suspension; Rockfon® Mono® Acoustic TE Direct adheres to existing smooth, flat surfaces; and Rockfon® Mono® Acoustic TE Flecto attaches to concave or convex surfaces. Each of these systems is backed with a 15-year limited product warranty.


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