Yes – however, it must be borne in mind that the insulation criterion is met in conjunction with a floor structure above the ceiling as tested in accordance with e.g. BS 476 Part 21. Typical floor structures include, concrete, timber, and a combination steel and timber etc.
Rockfon does not provide ceilings that in their own right achieve 30 minutes INSULATION. E.g. HTM 60 and SHTM 60 recommends the use of ceilings that have been shown capable of achieving 30 minutes integrity (in accordance with BS 476 Part 22) - but that suspended ceilings should not be used for fire protection purposes in a hospital - this is also reinforced by DOH* - this being due to the conflicting needs for accessibility though suspended ceilings regardless of what they are constructed from.
*extract from HBN10 3.10 Demountable ceiling systems must not be required to provide or contribute to the fire resistance of the elements of structure or to the fire containment principles such as the enclosure of hazard rooms, because access requirements to services in the ceiling void may render them incompatible with achieving the fire-resisting performance.
Rockfon supports this recommendation and confirms that that the use of Rockfon ceilings which are made from ROCKWOOL stone wool - resin bonded mineral wool - in healthcare premises contributes to additional fire safety, quieter hospitals and peace of mind for specifiers, installers and building users.