OWA Sinfonia Humancare is a mineral fibre ceiling tile that offers high acoustic properties, actively combats noroviruses and MRSA pathogens and provides a modern face pattern. This product has been specifically design to suit healthcare applications.
OWA Sinfonia Humancare
- RH 95
- Light Reflectance 87
- Kills Funghi, Spores & Bacteria
- 100% Recylable
- Global Greentag Level A Certified
OWA Sinfonia Humancare offers good acoustic properties with a 0.85 NRC and up to 30 CAC based on the plenum depth.
- Achieves ISO Class 4 in accordance with ISO 14644-1 Standard
- Achieves Decontamination Class CP (0.5) 5
- Prevents growth of bacteria and viruses achieving M1 Classification in accordance with NF S 90-351 and JIS Z 2801.
- Humancare range prevent the growth of bacteria, viruses and fungus however for extra resistance disinfectants may be used
Please Refer to OWA Humancare Hygienic Ceilings Made By OWA Overview.
Our success story began in Bavaria, Germany on September 24, 1948. Driven by entrepreneurial courage and determination, we continuously develop our processes and products.
OWA stands for innovative and sustainable ceiling systems for almost every industry including education, commercial, sports & leisure, retail, hospitality and healthcare. With mineral ceiling systems based on premium Odenwald mineral wool, OWA is focused on delivering high-quality, high-performance products that last.
OWA mineral ceilings are made in Germany from a high-quality mix of natural and recycled materials, approx. 80% of our raw ingredients originate locally. We produce our own bio-soluble mineral wool, ensuring complete control over the production process.
Awarded the German RAL quality mark for products made of mineral wool, OWA ceilings are produced to ISO 14001 for Environmental Management, use solvent-free dispersion paints, and feature up to 54% recycled content.
Achieving GreenTag GreenRate Level A, our mineral ceilings potentially contribute to Green Star points including acoustic comfort, lighting comfort, sustainable products, life cycle impacts and more.