With firm commitment to quality, we are involved in manufacturing, exporting and supplying the wide range of AAC Blocks Plants Systems. These systems are majorly used for the production of light weighted autoclaved cellular concrete at high speed. Offered systems are efficiently manufactured under the strict guidance of specialized professionals by make utilization of excellent quality components and the latest techniques. Further, these AAC Blocks Plants Systems can avail from us in several specifications as per the varied needs of the clients.
AAC Blocks Plants Systems Features:
AAC is Autoclaved Aerated Concrete. The blocks are made to aerate by creating a reaction between silica in base material such as fly ash or sand, active lime, and aluminum power. The block hardness is being achieved by cement strength, and instant curing mechanism by autoclaving. Gypsum acts as a long term strength gainer.
The finished product is a 2.5 times lighter Block compared to conventional Bricks, while providing the similar strengths. The specific gravity stays around 0.6 to 0.65. This is one single most USP of the AAC blocks, because by using these blocks in structural buildings, the builder saves around 30 to 35 % of structural steel, and concrete, as these blocks reduce the dead load on the building significantly.
The major raw material Fly-Ash, an indispensable by-product of Thermal Power Plants, is an environmental threat across the globe. Power plants are facing an ever increasing challenge disposal of this polluting agent. This unit is proposed to manufacture AAC Bricks & Blocks by consuming the Fly-Ash as one of the prime raw material. Secondly, it also helps environment by saving the invaluable top soil by not using them in brick making like conventional brick making. Thirdly, they need no burning, thus further enhancing their Eco-Friendly Brand. The steam curing requires far less fuel, compared to the backing for each cubic meter of Bricks. This is the reason these bricks are also referred as Eco Bricks or popularly Green Bricks, (though the color is gray).
AAC Blocks are largely used in various constructions, such as load bearing and pillar structure Buildings, Boundary walls, Roads, Culverts, Pavements, and wherever conventional bricks can be used. The general AAC blocks fall in the strength zone of 30- 60 Kg/Cm2, thus is having comparable strength as conventional Bricks, and hollow concrete blocks. These Blocks gain strength over a period of time up to 2 years, whereas the conventional bricks tend to lose strength over a period of time.
These green bricks can attain very regular and uniform shapes. As no burning is involved, so the shape also remains unchanged. As a result, the final Brick work with these green bricks consumes less mortar to build, less mortar to plaster. Further, the AAC being a concrete itself, it forms a more uniform bond with cement mortar, giving almost a homogeneous structure. Not only this, even exposed brickwork (without plastering) is a good durable structure. So people prefer to leave the Green Bricks Brickworks in garages, boundary walls etc. un-plastered.