Acoustic ceiling tiles for clean room conditions
Our Rockfon® Hygienic Plus™ acoustic ceiling tiles meet low particle-emission requirements and have a clean room classification of ISO Class 5 (ISO 14644-1).
Stone wool is the basis of our complete portfolio of ceiling products. It is non-combustible; our acoustic panels exhibit high fire performance. It has excellent sound absorption and high light reflection for acoustic and visual comfort under clean room conditions.
This natural basalt stone material does not absorb water. Our stone wool ceiling products also do not hold moisture and resist humidity. In addition, all of our stone wool acoustic ceiling solutions are GREENGUARD® Gold certified for low chemical emissions.
Because stone wool is not organic, it has no nutritional value; therefore, it provides no sustenance to mold, mildew, bacteria and another microorganism such as Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA).
Gasketed ceiling grid systems for controlled environments
These grid systems are designed for use in ISO 14644-1 controlled environment facilities and our Chicago Metallic® BarrierGrid® exposed metal suspension systems feature ceiling gasketing. The precision-applied, factory-installed, closed-cell PVC foam gasket grid restricts air movement between cleanrooms’ plenums and the clean process work areas.
The BarrierGrid suspension grid is made from hot-dipped galvanized steel with aluminum-capped runners and tees for superior corrosion resistance. Butt-cut cross tees keep all of the ceiling grid components in the same plane for a uniform appearance and maximize the perimeter seal to panels.
All of our BarrierGrid suspension systems are ICC-ES listed for seismic applications, and our heavy-duty 1-3/8-inch wide-face ceiling suspension also is fire-rated. Our metal ceiling systems also inhibit the growth of mold and bacteria through their inherent material performance. Made with recycled content, they are can be locally recycled at the end of their useful lives as a clean room ceiling system.
1. International Standard ISO 14644-1:2015, “Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments-Part 1: Classification of air cleanliness by particle concentration,” second edition 2015-12-15