Whether you're an architect or contractor, Knauf High Performance Boards are designed to make your life easier.
Knauf Sound Panel offers enhanced levels of sound performance and a greater density, making it ideal for residential applications or where a minimum of 10kg/m² is required.
Easily identifiable by the blue paper face, the boards can be finished with ready-mixed finishes, traditional plaster or direct decoration. Use with the full Knauf metal, jointing and fixing range to ensure performance.
Knauf Sound Panel is Part E compliant for transmission of sound on internal walls so complies with building regulations. This performance is fully tested and backed with a Knauf System Performance Warranty, providing warranties for the building and peace of mind for the client.
Thermal conductivity: 0.24 W/mK
Compliance (to BS EN 520 Classification): Type A & D
Reaction to fire: The National Classification is “Limited combustibility” but the European Classification is rated as “A2”.
The enhanced sound resistance of the board makes it ideal for use in residential where a minimum of 10kg/m² is required.
The board should be installed using Knauf Drywall Screws and finished using the full range of Knauf jointing and finishing products include Knauf Airless Finishes.
Sound Panel can be recycled with other gypsum products.
What is the weight of the board?
12.5mm – 10kgm²
What is the colour of the board?
Blue paper face.
What fire rating does the board give?
We test fire resistance performance using the complete Knauf system such as a partition wall, ceiling or floor, and it is the complete Knauf system that will achieve a fire rating. This means the board alone cannot be given a fire rating. Contact Knauf Technical Services for more information.
What acoustic performance does the board give?
We acoustically test the board on a full Knauf system; it is the system that will achieve an acoustic rating. Contact Knauf Technical Services for more information.
What edge profiles are available?
What is the acceptable moisture content?
If the board has been exposed or semi-exposed for a brief period, it is common for those inspecting it to use a damp proof meter such as a Protimeter, in such cases we would recommend as a rule of thumb that the board should be suspected of lasting damage if the reading exceeds 16-18. Below 16 is acceptable.
What is the maximum temperature that the board can withstand?
What are the manufacturing board size tolerances?
In accordance to BS EN 520:2004 Knauf manufacturers its board to the below tolerances: Width +0/-4 mm Length +0/-5 mm Thickness +0/-5 mm
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Enhanced sound protection over standard wallboard.
Available in tapered edge (TE)
Use in conjunction with Knauf jointing compounds, plasters, fixings, plasterboard adhesive and metal systems to receive the Knauf System Performance Warranty.
BS EN520, Types A and D