Frequently Asked Questions
Aerated concrete blocks are suitable for use in a variety of buildings, including schools, hospitals, hotels, offices, single-family homes, and apartments. Buildings made of AAC blocks are also regarded as environmentally friendly structures because they do not require curing or plastering.
External walls, internal walls, floors, and fences will all benefit from AAC Block & Panel, which is available in a variety of sizes and widths for non-load-bearing construction applications.
The Swedish architect and inventor Johan Axel Eriksson invented the AAC Block Plant, also known as Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Block Plant, in the mid-1920s. AAC Plant is regarded as one of the most significant achievements in the field of construction during the twentieth century. It is a precast lightweight building material that provides structure, insulation, and fire and mold resistance all at the same time.
AAC blocks are prominently used in South-East Asia for a decade. The major advantage of AAC blocks is that they are lightweight and hence contribute less to dead load.
AAC blocks are light weight Aerated Autoclave Concrete Block. It is manufactured through a reaction of aluminium powder and a proportionate blend of lime, cement, and fly ash or sand.
Small AAC block, capacity of the plant is 50 cbm expandable to 200 cbm. This is the most advance plant and the most easy to operate AAC Block manufacturing plant in India. Aac equipment are made with highest quality materials involving latest and smartest technology.