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Aero Lite AAC Block is an endeavor towards building an eco-conscious society where nature and the future can grow harmoniously. Modern-day construction practices take many points into consideration. While aesthetic and strength are the prime factors,...
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Red Clay Bricks Against AAC Blocks

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Red Clay Bricks AAC Blocks
Density 1600-1800 kg/m3 550-700 kg/m3
Compressive Strength 2.5-3 NKg/m2 3-4 NKg/m2
Fire Resistant 120-180 mins (Max.) 240-360 mins (Max.)
Thermal Insulation 0.8 W/m2k 0.16 W/m2k
Sound Reduction 50 for 230mm thick wall 45 for 200mm thick wall
Cost Benefit None Savings in Steel & Concrete
Breakage: 20-30% Less than 5%
Size Variations 5mm(+/-) 1.5mm(+/-)

FAQ

Q. When was AAC first developed?

AC was developed in 1924 by a Swedish architect, who was looking for an alternate building material with properties similar to that of wood – good thermal insulation, solid structure and easy to work with – but without the disadvantage of combustibility, decay and termite damage.

Q. What are Aero Bricks blocks/panels made of ?

Aero Bricks blocks and panels are manufactured using fly ash mixed with cement, lime, water and an aerating agent. The resultant building material, comprising millions of tiny air pores, is set and cut into blocks and panels of varying sizes.