- When was AAC first developed?
- What are Aero Lite AAC blocks made of ?
- What is the life of AAC?
- How much lighter is AAC than other wall masonry materials?
Q. When was AAC first developed?
AAC was developed in 1924 by a Swedish architect, who was looking for a light weight building material with properties of good thermal insulation, sound resistant, solid structure and easy to work.
Q. What are Aero Lite AAC blocks made of ?
Aero Lite AAC blocks are manufactured by using sand mixed with cement, lime, gypsum water, and an aerating agent (Almina). The resultant building material, comprising millions of tiny air pores.
Q. What is the life of AAC?
Life of AAC is same as other cement concrete i.e. 60+ years.
Q. How much lighter is AAC than other wall masonry materials?
AAC is almost three times lighter than Red bricks or concrete blocks/bricks.
Q. What are the advantages of using Aero Bricks?
Aero Bricks AAC density is about one-fifth of the normal concrete blocks, making it easy to handle.
Aero Bricks AAC’s excellent thermal insulation properties result in improved comfort level and saves heating and cooling costs.
Aero Bricks AAC helps to reduce at least 30% of the environmental waste, decrease 50% of greenhouse radiation and over 60% integrated energy on the surface brick.
Aero Brick AAC contains millions of closed microscopic cells which strongly resist moisture from passing through.
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Easy To Handle
Aero Bricks AAC can easily be sawn, carved, nailed or drilled using ordinary hand tools.
More superior than traditional masonry for products with fire resistant up to 4 hours for a nominal block of thickness 100mm.
Material & Time Saving
Speed and ease of installation result in cost saving compared to traditional masonry construction.