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Hz acoustic panels can be glued to ceilings or walls that are fixed and solid, as well as suspended plaster or fibre concrete structures on straight or slightly curved surfaces. Can be used in dry and wet areas. The supporting surface must be able to support 20 kg/m2.
Hz acoustic panels consist of custom-made recyclable hard glass wool sheet, laminated with a custom-made 10 mm waterproof glass granulate sheet, of which 100% is recycled material.
Panels are stored free of frost and moisture. The temperature must not exceed 40 degrees Celsius and panels must not be stored in direct sunlight.
The supporting surface must be dry, free of grease and loose substances. Loose plaster, chalking and other non-solid surfaces are removed and supporting surfaces are primed with hz primer. Previously painted surfaces must be primed with hz primer. Hz acoustic panels are fully glued with flexible tile adhesive, and a notched trowel with 6-10 mm notches is used, depending on the evenness of the supporting surface. The adhesive is pressed into the glass wool sheet, and the sheets are glued together with an offset of at least 15 cm. Hz fill is used on all edges of the panels. Read the supplier’s instructions.
At 20 degrees Celsius and 50% RH, the fill for joints and holes is dry after 1 hour, and can then be sanded with a drywall polisher connected to a vacuum cleaner. Cleaning can then be carried out the same day.
For information on safety during transport, storage, handling and disposal, see the Safety Data Sheet for the product. The above statements, including particular suggestions for the processing and use of our product, are based on our knowledge and experience in normal cases and assume that the products are stored and used correctly. Due to different materials, supporting surfaces and working conditions, no general guarantee can be given for the outcome or adhesion. It is the responsibility of the user of the products at all times to verify their suitability for the purpose.
|Panel thickness||100 mm|
|Panel format||600 x 800 mm (0.48 m2)|
|Use||2.083 panels per m2|
|Colour||White or dark|
|Fire class||A2-s1, d0 according to EN 13501-1|