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Non-combustible for every application

Rockwool stone wool insulation provides outstanding fire, thermal and acoustic performance

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Rockwool stone wool insulation installation at a healthcare project in Cwmbran, Monmouthshire.
Rockwool stone wool insulation installation at a healthcare project in Cwmbran, Monmouthshire.

Rockwool’s non-combustible stone wool insulation provides outstanding fire, thermal and acoustic performance for any building application.

It is backed by the company's interactive Rockwool Red Book, launched to help architects make informed choices and specification easier. It provides access to performance documentation, calculation tools and technical resources.

Rockwool’s non-combustible stone wool insulation is manufactured from naturally occurring volcanic rock and is available in a range of products for use in roofs, floors, walls and facades. 

The stone wool is rated Euroclass A1, beyond the thermal performance expected of any insulation. This means it will not burn or contribute to the spread of fire.

Rockwool offers excellent acoustic performance by trapping sound waves and vibrations, reducing noise to create safer, quieter environments.

Stone wool insulation is water repellant, versatile and reliable and maintains its performance for the lifetime of the building it is installed in. Rockwool is easily recycled, helping to support a circular economy in construction.

To download a copy of the Rockwool Red Book, visit rockwool.co.uk/redbook

Like you remember, but now even better: The Rockwool Red Book is available in digital format.
Like you remember, but now even better: The Rockwool Red Book is available in digital format.

For more information and technical support, visit rockwool.co.uk

 

Contact:

01656 868400

customersupportcentre@rockwool.co.uk


 

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