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Antibacterial tiles for healthcare and commercial settings

With acoustic and aesthetic features too, this new range offers specifiers a complete ceiling solution for clients looking to prioritise infection control and sound absorption

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Render of hospital waiting room with Zentia Biobloc Acoustic ceiling tiles: robust antibacterial protection with enhanced acoustic performance.
Render of hospital waiting room with Zentia Biobloc Acoustic ceiling tiles: robust antibacterial protection with enhanced acoustic performance.

UK ceiling solutions manufacturer Zentia has launched its new Biobloc tile range, formerly known as Bioguard. The range offers high-quality performance in infection control and acoustics. 

The Biobloc Plain tile and Biobloc Acoustic tile have been designed for application in healthcare environments, particularly in areas where the risk of infection varies from moderate to severe.

Infection control and sound absorption for healthcare settings and beyond

Zentia Biobloc tiles feature a coating that actively inhibits the growth of micro-organisms, contributing to enhanced hygiene and safety. They are also water-repellent, allowing for effective disinfection as well as fogging in alignment with established infection control protocols. The tiles have an ISO 5 classification for hygiene as per ISO 14644-1:1999.

The Biobloc Acoustic tile offers the same robust antibacterial qualities as the Biobloc Plain tile, but with enhanced acoustic performance. It has a Class C sound absorption rating and sound attenuation performance of 35dB.

  • Hospital MRI scanning space with Biobloc Plain ceiling tiles: designed for areas where the risk of infection varies from moderate to severe.
    Hospital MRI scanning space with Biobloc Plain ceiling tiles: designed for areas where the risk of infection varies from moderate to severe.
  • Zentia Biobloc Plain ceiling tiles have an additional coating that inhibits the growth of micro-organisms.
    Zentia Biobloc Plain ceiling tiles have an additional coating that inhibits the growth of micro-organisms.
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Biobloc ceiling tiles have an aesthetic appeal, designed with sleek, square edges to ensure easy and seamless installation. With a high light reflectance and a uniform surface, the tiles complement the grid structure and seamlessly integrate with its surroundings, achieving a cohesive and polished aesthetic. 

Both tiles in the new range contain recycled content, are fully recyclable and can be recycled through Zentia’s recycling scheme for Pinnacle Approved Partners.

Zentia’s Biobloc ceiling tile range combines cutting-edge technology, sustainability and design to meet the ever-evolving demands of healthcare and commercial environments.

For more information and technical support, visit zentia.com/biobloc


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