JR Kyoto station,Kyoto,Japan
DAIKEN Ceilings are made from selected mineral rockwool fibers and special binders. The mineral rockwool fibers uniformly interwoven by the unique wet-felting process to form DAIKEN Ceilings.
Because the DAIKEN Ceilings has porous properties with a low specific gravity,they exhibit efficient thermal insulation and sound absorption qualities,while resisting sound transmission more effectively than glass fiber products.
DAIKEN makes ceiling from slag wool,
a byproduct of iron manufacturing.
Slag is converted into mineral fibers, than the fibers are felted into DAIKEN Ceilings. Photo shows a piece of slag and mineral fibers.
Acoustic Mineral Fiber Ceiling
- Fire Resistance
Outstanding fire resistance helps contain fires.
- Sound Absorption
Adequately absorb the sound and create comfortable reverberant sound.
- Thermal Insulation
Thermal insulation performance is 6 times better than gypsum board, and helps to minimize cost of air conditioning.
- Attractive Design
With design versatility, DAIKEN ceiling are attractive.
Advantages to Builders
- Easy installation and maintenance.
- Most of DAIKEN Ceiling can be installed by the metal suspension system.
- No Asbestos contained
- All DAIKEN Ceilings are Asbestos-free products.