AAC Blocks

AAC Blocks

AAC or Autoclaved Aerated Concrete was developed by Swedish architect J Axel Eriksson in 1923. The key features that it possessed at that time was providing structure, insulation and resistance to mold and fire. Over the years this design has been improved to provide and array of different features like pest resistance and superior strength.

AAC Benefits

  • Cost Effective:
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  • Light Weight:
  • Fast Construction:
  • Strength:
  • Easy to Use:
  • Earth-Quake Resistance:
  • Energy Efficiency:
  • Eco-Friendly:
  • Thermally Insulated & Energy Efficient:
  • Fire Resistance:

AAC Manufacture

AAC blocks are made from portland cement, silica rich material like fly ash or sand, lime, water and aluminum powder as an expansion agent. The production process of AAC blocks is very carefully monitored to insure a controlled consistency in the proportions and timing of all ingredients that are used in each batch.

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