BASWA Basic Acoustic Plaster

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BASWA Basic

BASWA Basic acoustic plaster for Ceilings & Walls

The most resilient acoustic system in the BASWA range with a system thickness of only 30 mm. Excellent for wall and ceiling installation.

The resilient BASWA Basic system provides enhanced impact reistance due to the pressure resistant acoustic panel. Used with BASWA Base, Fine, Top or Casual acoustic plaster coatings to fit seamlessly into the design.

     System profile

  • Two-layer system

  • System thickness: 30 mm

  • Organically bonded, robust acoustic panel made of recycled glass

  • Sound absorption class: C (up to αw 0.60)

  • Final layer grain size: 0.3 / 0.5 / 0.7 mm 

  • Non-combustible (A2-s1, d0) according to DIN EN 13501-1

  • Standard colour ~ NCS S 0500-N 

  • Short, economical installation

  • Unlimited colour selection

Product description and application areas

BASWA Basic is a pressure-stable (limited ball impact resistance), sound-absorbing acoustic panel made of expanded glass granulate to reduce the reverberation time. These are glued to a mineral substrate over their entire surface and coated seamlessly.
Applicable for ceilings and walls in all interior areas, damp rooms and protected exterior areas.

Material - Expanded glass granulate from recycled glass, organically bound

Size - 60 cm x 80 cm (0,48 m2)

Thickness - 26 mm

Consumption per m2 - 2.083 panels per m2

Weight - approx. 4.2 kg / panel

Fire behaviour - A2-s2, d0 according to EN 13501-1 0. 073 W / m*K

Thermal conductivity - 0. 073 W / m*K




 

Installation

  1. Apply BASWA Fix C or BASWA Fix K adhesive plaster over the entire surface of the back of the BASWA Basic panels using a 3x3 or 6x6 mm notched trowel (In the case of unevenness of more than 4 mm, it is recommended that this be glued in a floating manner, or if the substrate is to be levelled out in advance).

  2. The panels can easily be cut with a standard cutter knife or circular table saw. Cutting edges should be ground flat, right-angled and straight using a sanding board to ensure an optimum, joint-tight panel connection.

  3. Glue the panels in combination with an offset of at least 10 cm flush and over the entire surface of the substrate. Avoid cross joints! Do not contaminate the visible side of the panel.

  4. The acoustic panels are full, without gaps, joint-tight and butt joints! Joints of more than 1 mm are to be avoided! (Connections to PVC or L-profiles as well as other fixtures must be glued to the front sides).

  5. Install the panels lengthwise to the light strip.

  6. Grind the surface flat and even using a sanding board (grain 24 K recommended) and remove dust.

  7. Subsequentlycoatthesurfaceseamlesslyaccordingtothemanufacturer'sspecifications.