Product Overview

Product Overview

Introduction

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) begins with the same process used to mix together to form a slurry. Upon the introduction of aluminium paste as expansion agent, air bubble is introduced throughout the material, generating a low-density lightweight material. The wet concrete is molded into shape using forms, then cut into slabs and block once partially dried. The units are then moved to an autoclave for full curing under heat and pressure, which takes approximately 12 hours.

Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is a lightweight, precast, foam concrete building material suitable for producing concrete masonry unit like blocks. Composed of quartz sand, calcined gypsum, lime, cement, water and aluminum powder, AAC products are cured under heat and pressure in an autoclave.

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