Rockfon® MediCare® Block

Specifically designed for use in high-risk, pressurised healthcare environments where high cleanability is required such as emergency rooms, washing facilities and intensive care (compliant with HTM 60). For use in operating theatres, seek client approval
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Color

White

ColorWhite
Color GroupWhites
NCSNCS S 0500-N
Light reflection74

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Sound absorption details

Edge Thickness (mm) Suspension height (mm) αw NRC Sound absorption class (ISO) Sound curve
A24 edge icon 25 225 0.85 0.85 B
Sound curve

Sound absorption is measured in accordance with ISO 354.

Sound absorption data αp, αw and absorption class are calculated in accordance with ISO 11654. Sound absorption properties of islands and baffles are quantified by the equivalent sound absorption area Aeq expressed as m² per item.

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Other performances

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Reaction To Fire Reaction To Fire B-s1,d0 (EN 13501-1)
Reaction to fire is classified in accordance with EN 13501-1.
Light reflection and light diffusion Light reflection and light diffusion 74%
Light reflection expressed in % is measured in accordance with ISO 7724-2.
Humidity And Sag Resistance Humidity And Sag Resistance Up to 100% RH.
No visible deflection in high humidity
ROCKFON ceiling tiles are dimensionally stable even at humidity levels of up to 100% relative humidity and can be installed at all temperatures ranging from 0°C to 40°C. They can be installed during the very early stage of the build (when windows are not fully sealed). Their lightweight yet stable non-hygroscopic character minimises the final weight of the fully-installed ceiling. ROCKFON ceiling tiles are predominantly classified as Class 1/C/0N in accordance with EN 13964. Certain module sizes (width above 700mm) are Class 2/C/0N.
Surface Durability Surface Durability The high performance inert film of Rockfon MediCare Block provides enhanced durability and water-repellence.
The film contains DMAc (CAS 127-19-5) in a concentration ≥ 0.1% and < 1% by weight.
The surface of some ROCKFON products is specially treated to provide enhanced durability and dirt resistance.
Cleaning Cleaning Vacuum, Damp cloth, Dry steam cleaning (daily), Resistant to disinfection using Hydrogen Peroxide Vapour, with no impact on aeration time, Chemical resistance: Tested according to ISO 2812-1 (“Determination of resistance to liquids - Part 1: Immersion in liquids other than water”) and classification in accordance with VDI 2083 Part 17. Results are classified as ‘Excellent’ with the following detergents and disinfectants (daily disinfection): – Formalin (37%) – Ammonia (25%) – Hydrogen peroxide (30%) – Sulphuric acid (5%) – Phosphoric acid (30%) – Peracetic acid (15%) – Hydrochloric acid (5%) – Isopropanol (100%) – Sodium hydroxide (5%) – Sodium hypochlorite (15%)
Vacuum: The surface can be vacuum cleaned with a soft brush attachment. Damp cloth: The surface can be cleaned using a damp cloth or sponge with a slightly alkaline detergent (pH between 7 and 9) without alcohol, ammonia or chlorine. This may render the surface slightly shinier, so we recommend cleaning the entire surface evenly.
Clean Room Classification Clean Room Classification 2
Clean room classification is measured in accordance with ISO 14644-1.
Bacteriological Class M1, NF S 90-351:2013
Air Pressure Air Pressure Suitable in areas where differential pressure is required to prevent infections from spreading.
Due to its high performance film and combined with a HDC 2 (25 mm tile) or HDC 7 (40 mm tile), 11,2 clips/m² for 600 x 600mm tiles, it achieves an air leakage rate of less than 0.5m³/h/m²/Pa under a pressure range of 5 to 40 Pa.
For more information please contact customer service.
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Reaction to fire is classified in accordance with EN 13501-1.
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Light reflection expressed in % is measured in accordance with ISO 7724-2.
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ROCKFON ceiling tiles are dimensionally stable even at humidity levels of up to 100% relative humidity and can be installed at all temperatures ranging from 0°C to 40°C. They can be installed during the very early stage of the build (when windows are not fully sealed). Their lightweight yet stable non-hygroscopic character minimises the final weight of the fully-installed ceiling. ROCKFON ceiling tiles are predominantly classified as Class 1/C/0N in accordance with EN 13964. Certain module sizes (width above 700mm) are Class 2/C/0N.
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The surface of some ROCKFON products is specially treated to provide enhanced durability and dirt resistance.
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Vacuum: The surface can be vacuum cleaned with a soft brush attachment. Damp cloth: The surface can be cleaned using a damp cloth or sponge with a slightly alkaline detergent (pH between 7 and 9) without alcohol, ammonia or chlorine. This may render the surface slightly shinier, so we recommend cleaning the entire surface evenly.
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Clean room classification is measured in accordance with ISO 14644-1.
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Full range

Edge Dimensions (mm) Thickness (mm) Weight (Kg/m2) Min. suspension height (mm) Recommended installation system  
A24 1200 x 600 25 2.00 50 Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™
Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR)

Recommended installation system

Humid environments Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™ Versatile and simple ceiling system suitable for humid and harsh indoor environments such as swimming pools, kitchens and sanitary areas
Healthcare Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR) Elegant, unbroken ceiling expression

Sound absorption details

αw 0.85
NRC 0.85
Sound absorption class B
Sound curve
Sound curve

Tile details

Minimum installation height 50 mm

Packaging

Pieces Per Pack 12
Area Per Pack 8.64 m2
A24 600 x 600 25 2.00 50 Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™
Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR)

Recommended installation system

Humid environments Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™ Versatile and simple ceiling system suitable for humid and harsh indoor environments such as swimming pools, kitchens and sanitary areas
Healthcare Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR) Elegant, unbroken ceiling expression

Sound absorption details

αw 0.85
NRC 0.85
Sound absorption class B
Sound curve
Sound curve

Tile details

Minimum installation height 50 mm

Packaging

Pieces Per Pack 24
Area Per Pack 8.64 m2

MS = Minimum Suspension

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Recommended installation system

Humid environments Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™ Versatile and simple ceiling system suitable for humid and harsh indoor environments such as swimming pools, kitchens and sanitary areas
Healthcare Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR) Elegant, unbroken ceiling expression

Sound absorption details

Sound curve
Sound curve

Tile details

Minimum installation height 50 mm
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Packaging

Pieces Per Pack 12
Area Per Pack 8.64 m2
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Recommended installation system

Humid environments Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™ Versatile and simple ceiling system suitable for humid and harsh indoor environments such as swimming pools, kitchens and sanitary areas
Healthcare Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR) Elegant, unbroken ceiling expression

Sound absorption details

Sound curve
Sound curve

Tile details

Minimum installation height 50 mm
Easy access -

Packaging

Pieces Per Pack 24
Area Per Pack 8.64 m2
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Downloads

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Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)
Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)

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Rockfon® MediCare® Block | Datasheet
Rockfon® MediCare® Block | Datasheet

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Rockfon® MediCare® Block | Product Sustainability Declaration
Rockfon® MediCare® Block | Product Sustainability Declaration

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DoP-RFN-0001-061-6 - Rockfon® MediCare® Block
DoP-RFN-0001-061-6 - Rockfon® MediCare® Block

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Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™ | System description
Rockfon® System T24 A, E ECR™ | System description

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Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR) | System description
Rockfon® System MediCare T24 A, E™ (ECR) | System description

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Design for hospital care | Healthcare Guide
Design for hospital care | Healthcare Guide

How acoustic solutions help improve patient healing and well-being.

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