ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS & WALLS | Eritrea

 

     Marking | Technical Feature for Ceiling

|   Reaction to Fire
|   Asbestos Content
|   Release of Formaldehyde
|   Durability / Class of Exposure
|   Shatter Properties
|   Flexural Tensile Strength (FTS) for Safety
|   Sound Absorption & Sound attenuation
|   Thermal Conductivity
 

All membrane component manufacturers are required to identify the level of formaldehyde emissions from their product and display it on the CE mark label.

The product standard defines two classification levels (E1 & E2) when tested to EN 120 or ENV 717-2.

All Armstrong products achieve the E1 classification, E1 being the best performance (i.e. the lowest formaldehyde emissions)

 

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