AAC Block Plant Capacity

  • 30 Cub - M per day ( is equal to 15,810 Bricks )
  • 50 Cub - M per day ( is equal to 26,350 Bricks )
  • 100 Cub - M per day ( is equal to 52,700 Bricks )
  • 200 Cub - M per day ( is equal to 1,05,400 Bricks )

What is AAC Blocks?

AAC is alight weight Aerated Autoclaved Concrete Block. It is suitable for multistoried structure as it is lighter than standard size bricks and blocks. The use of AAC blocks in construction, reduce the dead load significantly and also ensure less usage of steel and concrete. This Product requires lesser number of joint, which results in saving jointing material, time and labor. AAC is manufactured through a reaction of aluminum on a proportionate blend of lime, cement and fly ash.During this process, the hydrogen gas that escapes creates millions of tiny air cells, rendering AAC block with a strong cellular structure. This is further strengthened by high pressure steam curing in Autoclaves. The Product thus formed is not only light weight but also has higher compressive strength.

Technical Specification

Particulars AAC Block Conventional Red Bricks
Strength 30 - 40 Kg. / cm2 30 - 80 Kg. / cm2
Shape & Size Uniform & Regular Non Uniform & Regular
Plaster Thickness 10 - 12 MM 15 - 20 MM
Density 600 - 750 Kg / cm3 1500 - 1900 Kg / cm3
Mortar Consumption Less High
Mortar Joint Thickness 8 - 10 MM 15 - 18 MM
Breakage / Wastage Nil - 0.5 % 8 - 10 %

Comparison Between AAC Block & Red Brick

Parametar AAC Block Clay Brick
Size 600 x 200 x 100 - 300 MM 230 x 115 x 75 MM
Variation in Diamension +/-MM /-MM
Compressive Strength 30 - 40 Kg / m3 25 - 30 Kg / cm2
Dry Density 500 - 700 Kg / m3 1950 Kg / m3
Wet Density 800 - 850 Kg / m3 ( Approx ) 2400 Kg / m3
Fire Resistance 4 - 6 Hour Depending o Thickness 2 Hours
Sound Reduction Index 45 For 200 MM Thick 50 For 230 MM Thick Wall
( db ) Wall
Energy 32 % ( Approx ) Air Condition Load Both Heating and Cooling Will Come Down No Saving
Thermal Conductive 0.16 - 0.17 ( Approx ) 0.81 ( Approx )
Mortar Consumption 0.018 per m3 with 1:6 / 0.5 bag of cement 0.1 per m3 with 1:6 / 1.35 bag of cement