A variety of Rockfon acoustic ceiling tiles have been installed at Islwyn High in Caerphilly as part of a project to amalgamate two former schools in a new purpose-built development.
Rockfon Scholar 40mm and Rockfon Tropic dB40 ceiling tiles were installed on the school’s top floors in part to reduce the noise generated internally by rainfall on the external metal roof. Rockfon Scholar provides Class A sound absorption and has an impact-resistant surface, ideal for education buildings as it helps lower the level of reverberation in classrooms.
Rockfon Tropic dB offers superior sound absorption and sound insulation which decreases the ambient sound level in the classrooms and limits noise transference.
For the reception area and dining hall, Rockfon Blanka tiles with Z-edge conceal the grid to create a modern linear aesthetic, and in the classrooms, circulation areas and auditorium, 4,800m² of Rockfon Koral E-edge ceiling tiles provide acoustic control and the safest fire classification.