Product Benefits

  • Resistance to airflow and water vapor
  • Thermal resistance: R = 2.2 m². K/W
  • Can be fitted beneath a cold roof
  • Excell hygiene hallmark for food processing facilities and wineries
  • Reaction to fire: A1 
  • 100% flat irrespective of the moisture content
  • Superior flexural strength

Caracteristics & Performance

Acoustic absorption  
Acoustished® CV A 80


  • Light reflection: The light reflection coefficient is for the veil.
  • White: L = 92% - according to ISO 11664-4.
  • Gloss: Matt - The gloss value is - according to ISO 2813.
  • Light diffusion: 100% of the light is diffused.

Fire reaction

  • According to EN 13501-1: Euroclass A1

Humidity performance

  • 100% flat irrespective of the moisture content.

Thermal resistance

  • Acoustished® CV A 80 ceilings offer thermal resistance measured according to EN 12667 and are ACERMI-certified according to EN 13162:
Thickness Thermal resistance
77 mm 2.2 m².K/W
  • Compatible with French thermal building regulations.

Resistance to bending

According to EN 13964 - Annex F, tensile strength is expressed according to two criteria: 

  • The maximum atmospheric conditions to which tiles may be exposed (humidity (%) and temperature (°C)) are expressed in classes from A to D:
Class  Exposure conditions
A Humidity ? 70%
Temperature ? 25°C
B Humidity ? 90%
Temperature ? 30°C
C Humidity ? 95%
Temperature ? 30°C
+ risk of condensation
D Harsher conditions than above
  • The type of load is expressed for a distributed load in N/m² (10 N/m² = 1 kg/m²).

Acoustished® CV A 80 ceilings in all dimensions, including the largest, are Class C/195N/m².

Air resistance

  • Airflow resistance refers to a product's ability to oppose the flow of air.

Water vapour resistance

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Environment and health


  • Mineral wool is recyclable, and the vast majority of production waste is recycled. The recycled content of our Acoustished® CV A 80 panels is 45%.
  • For projects based on NF HQE™, LEED® and BREEAM® construction principles, the verified environmental and health product declarations are available at Please contact us for more information about environmental certification.
  • Eurocoustic is certified to ISO 14001: 2004 "Environmental Management Systems".


  • Stone wool panels are manufactured with fibers exempt from the carcinogenic classification (European Regulation 1272/2008 as amended by European Regulation 790/2009). According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, mineral wool is not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans (Group 3).

the International Agency for Research on Cancer, mineral wool is not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans (Group 3).

CE Marking

  • DoP no.: 0007-08.

Indoor Air Quality

  • Products Acoustished® CV A 80 are class A.
  • Excell hygiene hallmark

Installation & Cleaning


  • Installation must conform to the requirements of the DTU 58.1 code of practice, the NF P 68203-1 and 2 standards and other applicable standards and codes of practice according to the type of room.
  • You are advised to ensure that air can circulate between the rooms and the plenum to balance the temperature and pressures on each side of the ceiling.
  • Acoustished® CV A 80 ceilings are fitted on T35 grids.
  • Tiles can be cut with a craft knife without generating any noise or dust.


  • The surface of Acoustished® CV A 80 ceilings does not retain dust, which makes them easier to clean.
  • Acoustished® CV A 80 ceilings can be cleaned using light brush / vacuum cleaner.
  • This type of cleaning will help extend the service life of Acoustished® CV A 80 ceilings.

Colors & Dimensions

Acoustished® CV A 80

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