Based on the sound absorption requirements on your project, find the recommended Rockfon ceiling panel options for controlling noise and reverberance inside rooms.
Select the appropriate sound absorption rating (NRC) below.
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When deciding the sensitivity to noise inside a room, consider how people will use the room and what the ramifications will be if they are interrupted. For example, restaurants and waiting rooms have low sensitivity to noise while patient rooms and distance learning classrooms have high sensitivity to noise.
When deciding the amount of noise inside a room, consider the number of people and pieces of noisy equipment in the space. For example, private offices and medical exam rooms have a low amount of noise while large open offices and restaurants have a high amount of noise.
|Sensitivity to noise||High||better NRC 0.80||best NRC 0.90||best NRC 0.90|
|Medium||good NRC 0.70||better NRC 0.80||best NRC 0.90|
|Low||good NRC 0.70||good NRC 0.70||better NRC 0.80|
|Amount of noise in the room|
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Elegant, lightly textured white surface; best sound absorption; high fire performance; high light reflectance; optimal design freedom.Learn More
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