What is BAUX Träullit made of?

BAUX Träullit is an environment-friendly, recyclable material made from wood wool, cement and water. The natural components together provide many functional characteristics.

BAUX Träullit products contains two of the world’s oldest building materials – wood and cement united as cement bound wood wool.

The combination is simple and ingenious. Wood fiber gives the product a heat-insulating, heat retaining and sound-absorbing structure. Cement, a proven and popular building material, is the binder to provide strength, moisture resistance and fire protection.

BAUX Träullit products are sound absorbant, have high moisture diffusion, high air permeability and the capability of absorbing and releasing water molecules from the air. This allows the exposed BAUX Träullit discs helps to even out the relative humidity (RH) in the room. BAUX Träullit really have the property that is known as “material that breathes. ”

BAUX Träullit products have also been tested for emission and shows very low values.

Does BAUX Träullit withstand moisture?

The moisture-resistant material evens out air humidity by absorbing moisture from or emitting moisture to the ambient air. This contributes to a pleasant indoor climate which is good for both comfort and health. The high pH value also discourages mould and the material is not affected by rot.

How does BAUX Träullit accumulate heat?

BAUX Träullit stores heat from the ambient air and emits it when the air temperature falls. This contributes to lower energy costs, reduced environmental impact and a stable and comfortable climate indoors.

The BAUX Träullit products has been tested by Intertek Testing Services NA Inc. for compliance with the applicable requirements of the following criteria: ASTM E84-13a TEST FOR SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS OF BUILDING MATERIALS (UL 723, UBC 8-1, NFPA 255) with the following test results:


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Can BAUX Träullit be used to absorb sound?

Yes. The open material structure reduces reflection of sound and makes BAUX Träullit a good sound absorber. The material dampens noise and contributes to restful acoustics in residential buildings, industrial premises and public spaces.

How do you install BAUX Träullit?

BAUX Träullit is either mounted magnetically using magnets pre-fixed to the back of the product. Thin metal sheets are fixed against the underlying surface (wall or ceiling) and the decorative panels can then be fixed by hand and rearranged according to taste. The magnets have a life expectancy of more than one hundred years.

BAUX Träullit can also be fitted using glue. Contact us for advice on the most suitable option for your project.

How much does one BAUX Träullit tile weigh?

The BAUX acoustic panels weigh approximately 14 kg/m2

Is BAUX Träullit suitable for sensitive environments?

Measurements show that emissions from BAUX Träullit are extremely low. The strong surface can cope with vacuum cleaning, and use of the product in restaurants and other sensitive environments show that the boards do not emit dust or particles.

Do you deliver BAUX Träullit anywhere in the world?

Yes. We deliver BAUX Träullit world wide. Depending of where you want us to deliver the tiles the shipping fee may wary. Please consult our price list or contact us for more information.

Where is BAUX Träullit produced?

BAUX Träullit is made by the Swedish company Träullit. Träullit is a traditional family business, founded in 1946 by Lennart Rääf. Today it is headed by his son Bengt Rääf. The company has since made boards and panels of cement bound wood wool. The headquarters and factory are located in Österbymo in southern Östergötland

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