Advanced Joiner Systems From Rockment Featured On New Cruise Vessels

Rockment A/S reports that Rockwool TNF Systems are now some of the most popular soft core systems in the world, with installations on over 1,150 vessels.

Rockwool Modular TNF Systems have been supplied for some of the world's most modern and advanced passenger cruise vessels and ferries.

The reference list includes Royal Caribbean's 2,600-passenger Sovereign of the Seas and her sister ship, the Future Seas; Carnival Cruise Lines' 70,000-gt Fantasy, under construction at Wartsila Marine; the cruise ferry Norsun, built by Nippon Kokan K.K.; and the cruise ship Crown Odyssey, delivered by Meyer Werft.

In addition, Rockwool Modular TNF systems have been installed on cargo vessels, tankers and offshore rigs.

The tailor-made TNF systems (knock-down type) have very high noise reduction capabilities, are aesthetically appealing, and easy to install.

In nearly all types of accommodations, the specifications call for a noise reduction value of better than 40 db. Rockwool TNF Bulkhead Systems are tested for values of 44 db, and with Rockwool CSS selfsupporting ceiling systems, requirements can be easily fulfilled.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 45,  May 1989

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