See below how acoustic ceilings by Eurocoustic can contribute to BREEAM criteria: Indoor air quality
To recognize and encourage a healthy internal environment through the specification and installation of appropriate ventilation, equipment and finishes.
Minimizing sources of air pollution through careful design, specification and planning. (Avoidance of asbestos is a prerequisite). In additional, building ventilation strategy is designed to be flexible and adaptable to potential future building occupant needs and climatic scenarios.
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Our ceilings (tiles and grids) emit very little VOC and are all classified A or A + according to the French legislation on VOC emissions.
The emission tests are carried out according to the ISO 16000-9 protocol with analysis of the ISO 16000-3 formaldehyde and ISO 16000-6 VOC. These performances are confirmed by analyzes carried out by an independent laboratory as requested in Option 2 of this target.
To meet the EN 13964 standard (suspended ceiling product standard specifying the requirements and test methods), the Eurocoustic ceilings are classified E1 according to EN 717 - 1 & 2 (best possible class for formaldehyde releases).
Eurocoustic - Air Quality Certification, Technical Data Sheet and Product Label, for French labeling
Find here Air Quality Certification, Technical Data Sheet and Product Label, for French labeling
Eurocoustic - Product label and DoP - European ranking
Find here Product label and DoP (Declaration of Performance), for the European ranking
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