Rockwool Safe'n'Sound Insulation - Up to 59.7-sq. ft. - 12-pack

Article #0708002 Model #196204 Format3x15.25x47"
Rockwool Safe'n'Sound Insulation - Up to 59.7-sq. ft. - 12-pack
 

Description

This stone wool insulation by Rockwool has all the qualities needed to improve your life. It is non-combustible, water resistant, fire-resistant, can easily be cut and has an excellent sound absorbency. In addition to all of these features, it is chemically inert, moisture resistant, does not rot nor promote mildew, fungi or bacteria and is CFC and HCFC-free. The stone wool formula is made from natural and recycled materials. 3 x 15.25 x 47 in. 12-pack batts. Covers up to 59.7 sq. ft.

GREENGUARD 

Ecological Attributes

This product is certified by GREENGUARD, attesting that it has less of an impact on indoor air quality. The concentrations of the total volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and formaldehyde are less than 0.5 mg/m3, reducing the impact on human health in the home.

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J'ai un poêle à bois et je me demande si je peux coller cette laine isolante sur le conduit à double paroie dans le plafond?

Asked by: Marc_dubois
Rockwool ne possède aucune homologation ni aucun test de système pour cette application. Il est recommandé de vérifier auprès du fabricant du poêle pour connaître ses recommandations.
Answered by: Rockwool Team
Date published: 2021-03-22

mon sous sol mesure 12 pieds par 36 pieds! Combien de Laine Rockwool safe n sound que j aurais besoin? Svp

Asked by: Zazzy
Bonjour. Pour une superficie de 12' x 36', il vous faudra au moins 8 paquets de SafeNSound.
Answered by: Rockwool Team
Date published: 2020-09-02

is there any insulation value or is this just soundproofing I want to insulate an area in my outside basement walls I have been given conflicting info on safe & sound as insulation value

Asked by: hlmm
This product is for sound reduction and one would use their Comfort Batts for R value.
Answered by: imoth
Date published: 2019-11-12

My basement has drop ceiling tiles, in which I have in-ceiling speakers installed for the home theater. The sound from the speakers travels to the room above and is quite loud. Can this insulation be used between the joists to dampen the sound?

Asked by: Silvi
Yes. Measure your distance between the joists, are they I joists or solid wood (eg 2x10)? Safe n sound comes in wood stud or metal stud format and I found the metal stud batts worked better in my I joists as the metal stud batts are slightly wider. I put 2 layers of safe n sound batts and I also used the roxul 1 1/2 inch rigid boards kn the underside of the joists to create 3 layers. My situation is different as I was insulating a geo furnace room from a bedroom above and the ceiling look did not matter for my utility room
Answered by: Ronloghome
Date published: 2019-05-26

What is the R value is it for outside walls

Asked by: Don 1960
SAFE'n'SOUND® is intended for acoustical and added fire resistance in interior wall applications. Interior walls have no R-value requirements so R-value information is not tracked or published for SAFE'n'SOUND®.
Answered by: Lakeman 2019
Date published: 2019-05-13

What is the insulation factor? How many R ??

Asked by: nnaoy18
SAFE'n'SOUND® is intended for acoustical and added fire resistance in interior wall applications. Interior walls have no R-value requirements so R-value information is not tracked or published for SAFE'n'SOUND®. 
Answered by: Lakeman 2019
Date published: 2019-05-30

I'm putting the insulation in my basement between the above floor joists Can I place the insulation against or very near the the above floor. Because of the wiring in my basement and the 12 pot lights that I have would be much much easier.

Asked by: jimbox
I did the same thing and didn't have any issues. You just need to try and not squish them vertically, as it reduces the sound dampening properties.
Answered by: Chris54321
Date published: 2019-04-17

How much area can one bag cover?

Asked by: Dominador
about 60 sq ft
Answered by: BrewerYXE
Date published: 2019-03-20
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Rockwool Safe'n'Sound Insulation - Up to 59.7-sq. ft. - 12-pack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 805.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to use. I have insulated several homes and used this product on the last one and it is head and shoulders above fiberglass. It is extremely easy to cut and does not irritate your skin. The 3-1/2" thickness also carries about a 15% higher R value than fiberglass and you can cut it into odd shapes to fit around protrusions and angles. My last project was a 100+ year old house where the stud to stud dimensions left a lot to be desired; so I cut the batting to the needed width and placed it horizontally between the studs. The material is stiff and holds it shape and position without having to staple - this saved a lot of insulation time.
Date published: 2011-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So much easier than fiberglass It really does cut like bread with a serrated knife. Trying to cut fiberglass has nearly driven me to violence in the past. This stuff was a dream! I also loved that the batts hold their shape. Cut it 1/4" to 1/2" oversize and it tucks perfectly into stud bays, or joist bays above your head, and stays there. I disagree with some other reviewers about the itching though. Be prepared for itching. I thought it was as bad as fiberglass. The night I did it my nose was running because it was cold. I kept tissues in a different room but the fibers must have been on my face because by the end of the night my nose and cheeks HURT from the frequent wiping.
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best insulation ever!!! I've used cellulose, fiberglass, safe touch, and now this. Im insulating my basement. This is the best ive ever used in every way. It cuts with a dull bread knife like you're cutting cake, seriously. It is safe to handle, unlike fiberglass where you cough up blood unless you wear a respirator. It fits tight and holds in place. No stapling! High flame and fire retardancy, and noise reduction. Waterproof, mold resistant, where do I stop? Why does nasty fiberglass insulation even exist when we have products like this available? Again, why does NASTY fiberglass insulation exist when a product like this is available?
Date published: 2011-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent product! I have worked with fiberglass and denim insulation Roxul rock wool insulation was by far the easiest to work with! It offers a night R-Value than denim and causes less irritation than fiberglass. It was extremely easy to cut (serreated blade required.. Bread knife works great) and the friction fit design made it extremely easy to get a snug fit. The only downfall to this product is the price. It's roughly the same price as the denim but 3 times that of most fiberglass. In my opinion, however, the ease of use, superior acoustic properties, decreased irritants, absents of formaldehyde additives & better water resistance make it a better choice than it's competitors.
Date published: 2012-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hi guys & gals. Here is my review. Listen folks, let's not overthink this...Is this stuff amazing? Yes. Is it expensive - Yes. Does it cut easily? Yes. Can you wedge it in the walls/ceilings without it falling out? Yes. Does it still scratch/itch? A little bit, but not bad. Is it fireproof? Yes. Does it help with sound insulation? Yes. Can you cut it with a butterknife? Depends on the butter knife, but I'd recommend a bread knife. Do the stores carry it? Mine didn't - had to order it. Is it pink? No, it's a dirty yellowish/brown. Do I recommend it? Yes. Even over fiberglass? I think so. But if you're a tightwad, like to scratch yourself, don't care about fires, or have hearing problems, you might be okay with the cheaper fiberglass stuff.
Date published: 2013-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superior Product Ordered 10 bags on Sunday, arrived at my local store Wednesday. Used it to insulate between floor joists in a basement crawl space. Simple to use. Insert one edge between joists, compress slightly, then move the other side into place and release. Roxul expands a bit and holds in place without the need for additional attachment. Got the hang of it in no time. Easily cut to size using a serrated knife. No itching. Fireproof. Waterproof. Insect proof. Absorbs sound, too. It's a pleasure to use such a superior product. Costs more but, like most things, it's worth the money.
Date published: 2013-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Purchase and Easy Install! Wow! I purchased 30 bags of the ROCKWOOL Safe 'n' Sound and was able to install it all by myself. I calculated that many bags on Rockwool's bag calculator on their website! Very accurate.. This product was very easy to install. Cutting around outlets, wires, and pipes was like cutting bread. Before the drywall went up, I could already tell a difference. I put the Safe 'n' Sound around all my laundry room, bathrooms, bedrooms, and in the basement ceiling. Not only does it provide sound proofing, it has other benefits as well. Such as fire resistant and no mildew can grow on it. I am so glad my builder let me install this product on my own. Would I recommend this product? Yes, 100%.
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Insulation, Easy to Install The insulation comes precut to 16" on dead center install ready (it fits between the studs easily and tightly). It is 4' high so you use two to fill an eight foot high space. The stone wool resists fire much better than standard insulation and it doesn't irritate the skin and leave splinters like fiberglass. Now, I am not saying that the wool doesn't shed a little and itch a bit while it is on the skin, but it washes off easily and didn't keep itching later like when I use regular insulation. If you want to see more about this insulation, go to Roxul's website and check it out.
Date published: 2012-07-31
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